Worldwide Free Seminar of the Family Dog Project - official trailer (2015)





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Published on Oct 29, 2015

Join us for the Worldwide Free Seminar of the Family Dog Project on November 7, 2015! Twelve researchers present their recent studies about canine behaviour. Program: http://tinyurl.com/dogconf15

On behalf of the organizing committee of the 3rd Seminar of the Family Dog Project, we proudly present our yearly largest public event on canine science – coming directly from researchers to the professionals and dog enthusiasts worldwide.

The Family Dog Project at the Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest, Hungary) is the largest and oldest research group with more than two decades of its activity dedicated to the investigation of the dog-human bond and co-operation. This is the third year when we provide a free seminar to everyone who is interested in our most recent discoveries. This event is also for showing our gratitude to those who constantly support our work by participating at our tests with their dogs, and completing our online questionnaires.

The seminar is not only for those who can attend it personally, but first time in its history, we provide all the talks in English as well, with live online broadcasting on the internet.

All the presented talks are based on scientific papers published by our authors in 2015. Not only the chosen topics may deserve the interest of the broader audience, but the invited speakers put also great effort in the clear, understandable message that reaches beyond the scientific community.

The Seminar will start at 3:15 p.m. CET (9.15 a.m. EST) on the 7th of November. For the detailed program schedule, please visit http://familydogproject.elte.hu/

We would be honored by your interest, and kindly ask you to disseminate this invitation among everyone who might be interested in it.

Sincerely yours:

Prof. Ádám Miklósi, DSc
Enikő Kubinyi, PhD
Péter Pongrácz, PhD


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