Join Monique Udell, Ph. D., CAAB on Thursday, April 13 at 12:00PM PT/3:00PM ET for “Becoming a Secure Base: Using science to improve human-animal bonds and welfare,” the latest offering in the Maddie’s® Insights webcast series.
Many people feel that they have shared a strong bond with a dog, and there is growing scientific evidence that these dogs also form strong bonds with their humans. However, science also tells us that not all bonds are created equal. The kind and quality of attachment relationship shared can influence a dog’s behavior and welfare outcomes. Dr. Udell will provide an overview of attachment theory, including what it means to be a Secure Base, and how this knowledge can be applied to better understand and improve dog-human relationships and the relationships shared between humans and other animals.
Dr. Udell is also an Associate Professor of Animal Sciences at Oregon State University and the Human-Animal Interactions Lab Director.
Register now for this webcast and you’ll automatically be registered for the next Maddie’s® Insights in May.
After the webcast, be sure to head over to Maddie’s® Pet Forum to share your thoughts or ask questions to our presenter.
This webcast will be recorded and has been pre-approved for 1.0 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits by The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement and by the National Animal Care & Control Association.
This program has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize The American Association of Veterinary State Board’s Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) approval.