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Emma ParsonsClick to Calm Seminars

"The seminar was fantastic! Everyone was thrilled with Emma & I was amazed with her also! I have neber met someone so patient and full of energy! She kept going full speed the entire time & gave us all that she had. Thank you!"
— J. Broger, The Iams Company

Learn a path-breaking, effective approach from someone who's been there.
When Emma Parsons, canine trainer and behavior consultant, discovered that Ben, her own prized golden retriever, was aggressive toward other dogs and that traditional remedies took his reactivity to nightmarish levels, she turned to clicker training. In the process, Emma developed innovative and highly effective strategies to calm, alter, and re-shape Ben's aggressive displays. Her work has since helped many clients successfully reduce—and even erase—their dogs' reactivity to both dogs and humans.

Upcoming Seminars

About Emma Parsons

Emma Parsons, a trainer affiliated with Karen Pryor Clickertraining, is the author of the book Click to Calm: Healing the Aggressive Dog. Emma is a member of the faculty of ClickerExpo, where she teaches several sessions related to aggression. Emma was recently granted the Animal Welfare Advancement award from the Animal Behavior and Management Association for her paper "Ben: An Aggressive Dog Case Study." Read more about Emma Parsons.

Host Your Own Seminar

Seminars featuring other top clicker trainers can be profitable, enhance your reputation as a top educational facility, and strengthen the bond with your customer. You'll pull in new dog enthusiasts and have the chance to meet to them, you'll reconnect with customers you haven't seen in a while, and you'll do well financially. We can help you evaluate, arrange, and market a one- or two-day seminar featuring top clicker trainer and ClickerExpo faculty member Emma Parsons. You sponsor the event and we help you market it. Interested? Contact us.

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