Media Contact and Press Kit
Susan is honoured to receive requests to share her expertise. If you'd like to request Susan's time virtually or at a specific location for a workshop, interview, story, podcast, presentation, panel, or guest appearance, please submit the form below. We make note of all requests and table at planning meetings for Susan's schedule, however not all can be fulfilled. Providing the below information allows us to schedule Susan's time efficiently and effectively. Thank you for your help! If you select the PDF form, please email it to us at [email protected] for submission.
Susan's interest in animal behaviour started at the University of Guelph where she earned a Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Science. A world-leading educator of dog trainers, Susan is also one of the most successful agility competitors of the last three decades. She has won multiple Gold Medals at National or World Championship events with every dog she has ever owned over the past 30 years. Susan was one of the very first dog trainers to share knowledge online when she opened her "Clicker Dogs" website many years ago.
Susan has helped hundreds of thousands of people enjoy a great relationship with their dogs through her workshops and keynote speaking around the world, award winning books, DVDs, magazine articles, interviews, blog posts, podcasts, free dog training and dog agility video series, and online dog training programs.
A natural teacher and an entertaining speaker, Susan is world renowned for her dog training knowledge and practical application of that knowledge. Her understanding of how to apply science-based learning principles to both competitive and family pet dog training has been pivotal in changing how dogs are trained.
Susan is now helping many thousands of dog owners in over 100 countries have the best relationship possible with their dogs. The real joy for her comes from bringing confidence to dogs and their owner through playful interactions and relationship building games that are grounded firmly in the science of how animals learn.