Karen Pryor Clicker Training is dedicated to helping you train better. To that end, we offer consulting services for many fields of animal care and training. As a trainer and consultant for nearly 40 years, Ken Ramirez has specialized in building new training programs, problem solving, and teaching new trainers. Described below are some of the consulting services Ken Ramirez offers. We are happy to customize our services to your program’s needs.

Professional Working Dog Services

Ken began his career working with guide dogs. Since 1999, he has been called on to assist search-and-rescue dog programs, law enforcement canine units, and various service dog programs as they work to improve their program productivity and resolve many different types of training issues. He has worked extensively with traditional programs that are interested in exploring the best ways to transition to positive reinforcement training. Contact us to set up a phone appointment to discuss how we can assist you and your organization.

Zoo and Aquarium Services

The list of clients that Ken has consulted with in the zoo and aquarium world is extensive. He specialized in the zoo and aquarium field for more than 30 years. Ken has worked with marine mammals, primates, big cats, birds, reptiles, and fish. He has designed training programs involving more than 1500 different animal species and is particularly skilled at teaching trainers.

Other Consulting Services

It would not be possible to list all of the unique and specialized types of consulting services we can provide. If it involves positive reinforcement training, staff teaching, or animal welfare, gives us a call to discuss your needs.

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Missteps, Myths & Mantras:
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1+1=3: Adduction &
Combining Cues
Concept Training:
Copycat? Copydog!
Oops! What to Do When
Mistakes Happen
Room with a View Point:
A Training Conversation
Aggression: Treatment
and Context
Simplifying Complex
Training Tools
How to Become a Top Trainer:
The 10 Laws of Shaping
Smart Reinforcement