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On this site I share stories of my animal training adventures, information about the science of animal training and behavior, and tips and advice to help you improve your training.

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~Mary Hunter
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Recent posts from the StaleCheerios blog


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ORCA Great Minds Conference–my thoughts, notes and review

Yesterday I attended the ORCA Great Minds Conference, which was absolutely wonderful. ORCA, one of the organizations run by the behavior analysis department at the Univerisity of North Texas sponsorered the conference. The event focused on “The Art and Science of Animal Training: Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?” The Great Minds conference brought […]

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ORCA: Great Minds Conference

ORCA, one of the organizations run by the behavior analysis department at the Univerisity of North Texas is sponsoring a conference on Friday on “The Art and Science of Animal Training: Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?” I was able to sign up to go cheaply, since I’m taking classes at UNT. They […]

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Horseflix!

Note: I no longer use Horseflix, but instead use a service called giddyupflix. Click here to read why I switched. What happens when you combine the concept of Netflix with over 500 horse training and instructional DVDs (as well as a handful of fictional movies, some documentaries and other fun horse-related DVDs)? You get Horseflix! […]

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Personal News.

I’m on spring break this week. It’s exciting! My brother’s going to be in town, so it should be a fun time. I want to go check out this new climbing gym near our house. It’s been awhile since I’ve done any climbing, but I’ve enjoyed the climbing I’ve done in the past. It would […]

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