The Science Dog offers live and watch on-demand webinars covering a range of dog-related topics. Participants in the live versions have the opportunity to ask questions of the presenter at the end of the presentation.

Read Below for a List of Upcoming Live Webinars

On-Demand Webinars

Diet and Dilated Cardiomyopathy – State of the Science
Understanding Canine Body Signals  
Feeding Puppies for Health & Longevity  
Dogs are Carnivores, Right?  
Nutritional Controversies – Looking at the Science  
Beware the Straw Man – Science vs. Stories in the Dog Training World

LIVE: Your Brain on Dog Food:

Making Sound Decisions for your Dog’s Nutritional Health in an Age of Too Many Choices

  • Wednesday, August 28th, 7:00 pm (CST). On-demand recording available until September 27th.

  • Description: This webinar examines the current state of the pet food market and how information overload coupled with an over-abundance of dog food choices influence our ability to make wise and healthful decisions for our dogs. We begin with an examination of the roles that belief, emotions and reason play in human decision-making, including a review of cognitive biases that can hinder one’s ability to “stick to the evidence” when choosing a food. Using the evidence pyramid, we will examine the many types of information that bombard pet food customers daily and will examine the reliability and potential pitfalls of each. A set of basic nutrition facts about dogs is reviewed and participants learn how to consistently apply these when evaluating the many health and wellness claims that are made about commercial foods. Finally, attendees will have the opportunity to review, critically evaluate and support (or not) their own pet feeding beliefs during this informative and enjoyable seminar that asks “Is this Your Brain on Dog Food?”

  • Presenter: Linda Case, MS (Author of “The Science Dog” , Dog Food Logic, and “Beware the Straw Man)
  • CEUs: CCPDT 1; IAABC 1.5
  • Registration Deadline: August 28th, 6:00 pm CST 

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