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Every year, three months before the ADPT Educational Conference we get an email announcing the program/conference agenda as well as a list of speakers. This year it's in Portland, Oregon from October 30 through November 2.  While it can be a bit rainy that time of year there, it's a very hip and fun town - and the conference is being held in a location right next to light rail station which makes it easy to get around town.

Another plus this year is that Portland is within driving distance of our home base in Wenatchee, WA so that we can bring much more inventory than usual because we don't have to ship it. We will have lots of book/DVDs by speakers and on the subjects that are going to be featured in the various sessions. Here are some of the titles that should be in demand by speakers:

Animals in Translation and Animals Make Us Human by keynote speaker Temple Grandin.
Click to Calm and Reliability for Reactive Dogs With Control Unleashed Exercises DVD by Emma Parsons.
Assessing Aggression Thresholds in Dogs and Understanding Sociability DVD by Sue Sternberg.
Step Up Your Training for Dog Sports DVD set and Canine Freestyle Trick Behaviors DVD featuring Michele Pouliot. 

Here are some titles that should be in demand by subjects featured:

Service Dog Coaching -A Guide for Pet Dog Trainers by Veronica Sanchez. (service dog training)
Teaching the Reactive Dog Class by Emma Parsons. (reactive dog training)
Canine Play Behavior by Mechtild Kaufer. (puppy play behavior)
Behavior Adjustment Training 2.0 by Grisha Stewart.  (BAT leash skills)
Treating Separation Anxiety in Dogs by Malena DeMartini-Price.  (separation anxiety)
How to Run a Dog Business 2nd ed by Veronica Boutelle. (puppy classes)
Newest books and DVDs

Your End of the Lead: Changing How You Think and Act to Help Your Reactive Dog

By Janet Finlay
Your End of the Lead will show you how to shape your thinking and adjust what you do so that you can be successful in helping your dog. Taking a holistic approach and bringing together ideas from a diverse range of disciplines, Janet offers practical ways to change your mindset, so that you can really enjoy life with your dog again. 
*Books, Barks and Banter Facebook group upcoming book!

Pepper Becoming: The Journey of an Unwanted Dog and the Man Who Wanted Her

By John Visconti

Pepper Becoming humorously, tenderly, and sometimes painfully recounts the unlikely true story of two kindred souls -- a dog no one wanted and a man not interested in owning a dog-- helping each other navigate life's challenges.
*Books, Barks and Banter Facebook group upcoming book!

Mental Illness in Dogs: A Guide for Trainers

By Linda Scroggins

The idea that dogs can be afflicted with mental illness is fairly new but growing. Author, Linda Scroggins had years of experience working with dogs with behavior issues when a little yellow dog named Tom entered her life and home. Living with a dog who had been diagnosed with mental illness was her wake-up call to the challenges families sharing their lives with these dogs face each day. 
From the Dented and Dinged Bin

Chill Out Fido! - How To Calm Your Dog (Shopworn)

By Nan Arthur

This two-part book will help you first identify the factors that cause this kind of behavior in dogs, then it provides you with eleven key training exercises to teach your dog how to calm down, pay attention to you, relax, and respond to every day situations with confidence and composure. Pick up a copy today for only $9.95.

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