Daniel Estep and Coral
Randolph-Macon College will host Dr. Daniel Q. Estep on Thursday, November 15, 2012
at 5:30 p.m. in the Andrews Hall Multi-purpose Room. Estep will present “Your Pet
Did What? Adventures in Applied Animal Behavior.” This event is free and open
to the public.
Estep earned his Ph.D. in psychology with a specialization in animal behavior from
the University of Florida. He is certified by the Animal Behavior Society as an
Applied Animal Behaviorist. He is internationally respected as a teacher, researcher
and educator in animal behavior. He regularly consults with veterinarians, pet professionals,
humane organizations, government agencies and attorneys about animal behavior. He
has lectured nationally and on five different continents. Estep has published a
variety of research papers and books as well as numerous articles for pet parents.
He is co-author of Help I’m Barking and I Can’t Be Quiet: A Pet Parenting Guide
and Raising a Behaviorally Healthy Puppy: A Pet Parenting Guide
as well as numerous video and audio training programs for pet professionals and
Estep and his wife and partner, Dr. Suzanne Hetts, own Animal Behavior Associates,
Inc., a pet behavior education and consulting firm in Denver, Colorado. Their firm
provides professional animal consulting services to organizations and pet owners
throughout North America and the world. They maintain several popular and active
websites including BehaviorEducationNetwork.com, PetProNews.com and SensibleDogTraining.com,
which contain a wealth of information for pet parents and pet professionals. They
share their home and their lives with Coral the Irish Setter.
This event is sponsored by the Department of Psychology.
Refreshments will be served.