K9 Magazine is calling for dog trainers and canine behaviour professionals to submit written case studies of the most interesting or unusual dog training assignments undertaken.
The case studies will be used as part of an editorial series, no names or private client details needs to be given and client anonymity will be protected.
The case studies themselves should detail what the problem(s) was in the dog’s behaviour and what solutions/techniques were applied to help correct the problem(s).
Where possible it would be helpful to know the background of the dog and to get some professional perspective on how and why the problem behaviour developed in the first instance.
If you’d like to be involved please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Full credit will be given to each trainer who’s case study is used, along with links to their website, contact details etc.