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APDT's 24th Annual Conference Now Accepting Proposals for Shorts Submissions

Date: February 14, 2017
Author: Association of Professional Dog Trainers
Categories: APDT


Association of Professional Dog TrainersLEXINGTON, Kentucky - February 14, 2017

The Association of Professional Dog Trainers has announced its, "Call for Shorts Presentations" for the 24th Annual Educational conference and Trade Show. Proposals for APDT Shorts are accepted through Jun. 1, 5pm PT/8pm ET.

APDT shorts are 45-minute PowerPoint presentations. Science-based research or new and timely topics will be considered.

Hundreds of presentations are submitted for this program each year. Selected proposals will need to meet the association's guidelines. All applicants will be notified individually via e-mail by June 30.

To complete a shorts proposal form, follow this link: https://apdt.com/education/presenting/conference/shorts/

To review selected shorts presentations from 2016, please visit https://apdt.com/conference/agenda/.

The 24th Annual Conference will be held Oct. 18-21 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Va. The annual conference is one of the world's largest continuing education events dedicated to professional dog training and is attended by hundreds of trainers, behaviorists, pet industry specialists and exhibitors. For more information about the annual conference, visit apdt.com/conference.

The Association of Professional Dog Trainers, headquartered in Lexington, Ky., was founded in 1993 to be an inclusive forum for trainers to network with each other, provide educational opportunities, and grow the profession. Currently, the APDT reaches more than 5,200 members in 48 countries worldwide and is actively involved in ethics issues, business management, research, and continuing education in the professional dog training profession and pet industry.

Mandy Roberts, (859) 545-0483
2365 Harrodsburg Road, Suite A325
Lexington, KY  40504

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