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PRESENT POSITIONS (2005- )
Owner, DJG Animal Behavior Services, Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist (CAAB)


BEHAVIOR CONSULTANT: PRIVATE AND RESCUE/SHELTER: Bassett Hound Rescue, Boxer Rescue Los Angeles, Irvine Animal Care Center, Seal Beach Animal Shelter, City of Upland, San Clemente Dana Point Animal Shelter (CA), ASPCA (NY)


EXPERT WITNESS:  Dog Bite/Attack (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2010, 2007), Dangerous/Vicious Dog Assessment (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2006), Nuisance Behavior (2011) 


PUBLIC SPEAKING/MEDIA: Interviews


CONTINUING EDUCATION: Career Counseling, Seminars/Workshops: BRLA, IACC, Applied Experience: ACAAB/CAAB Internship/Externship Program


EDUCATION


Post-Doctoral Animal Behavior Fellowship (2002-2004). American
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Animal Behavior
Center, New York, NY. Field: Central Park Zoo, Wildlife Conservation
Society (WCS), New York, N.Y.


Ph.D. (2000). Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, Psychology
Department, York University, Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Dissertation:
Acoustic Communication in the Common Marmoset Monkey (Callithrix jacchus
jacchus): Measurements of Transmissions and Responses. Field: Toronto
Zoo, Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


M.Sc. (1993). Experimental Psychology, Psychology Department,
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada. Thesis: An Acoustic
Basis for Maternal Recognition in Wolf Pups (Canis lupus). Field:
Canadian Center for Wolf Research, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia, Canada.


B.A. (1987), Specialization (1988). Department of Psychology,
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec. Thesis: The Influence of
Extroversion-Introversion on Intellectual Functioning in Aging


LANGUAGES


English

French


REFEREED PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS


Goldman, J. (2014). Parrots as pets? Animal Behavior Society, (Princeton, NJ) (abstract/presentation)

Cannon, C. and Goldman,, J. (2014). The future of the Applied Animal Behaviorist. (abstract/poster)

Goldman, J.A. (2013). Do Puzzle Toys have Long-Term Benefits on Canine Cognitive Functioning?

Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal Behaviorist (IFAAB), San Diego, CA. (March, abstract).

Goldman, J.A., (2013). What is Our Value? Interdisciplinary Forum for
Applied Animal Behaviorist (IFAAB), San Diego, CA. (abstract).


Goldman, J.A. (2013). Do Puzzle Toys have Long-Term Benefits on Canine Cognitive Functioning?

Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal Behaviorist (IFAAB), San Diego, CA. (March, abstract).

Goldman, J.A., (2013). What is Our Value? Interdisciplinary Forum for
Applied Animal Behaviorist (IFAAB), San Diego, CA. (abstract).


Barg, Goldman, Mohan, Silvani, Wirant (2008). To be mod or not to be
mod, that is the question. Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal
Behavior. New Orleans, LA.


Goldman, J.A. (2007). What does it take to make a behavior program
succeed in a city run shelter? Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied
Animal Behavior. New Orleans, LA. (abstract/presentation)


Reid, P., Goldman, J.A., Zawistowski, S. (2004). Behavior Programs. In:
Animal Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff. L. Miller and S.
Zawistowski (Eds). Iowa State University Press, IA.


Goldman, J.A. and Reid, P. (2004). Following up on the follow-up: After
the consultation. Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal Behavior.
Orlando, Florida. February 2004.


Goldman, J.A. and Reid, P. (2003). The sweet smell of Dog Appeasing
Pheromone (D.A.P.). Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal Behavior.
Austin, Texas.


Goldman, J.A. (2001). Vocalizations of Mammals: Squeaks, Chirps,
Twitters and Phees- What do They Mean? Presentation: Behavior, Cognition
and Neuroscience Windsor University, Ontario, Canada.


Goldman, J.A. and MacDonald, S.E. (1998). Chirping in marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus): Evoked

responses to playbacks. Brain Behavior and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, Ontario.

Goldman, J.A. and MacDonald, S.E. (1997) The first look at the common
marmoset sneeze. Animal Behavior Society Meeting, College Park,
Maryland.


Goldman, J.A. and MacDonald, S.E. (2001). Acoustic communication in
common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus): Measurements of
transmission and responses. International Conference on Comparative
Cognition, Melbourne, Florida.


Goldman, J.A. and MacDonald, S.E. (1997). Intra-family differences in
common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus jacchus) spontaneous and response
sneezes. International Conference on Comparative Cognition, Melbourne,
Florida.


Goldman, J.A. and MacDonald, S.E. (1996). Intra-group vocal differences
in the Open-Mouth Phee call of the Common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus
jacchus). Brain Behavior and Cognitive Science, Montreal, Quebec.


Goldman, J.A., Phillips, D.P. and Fentress, J.C. (1995). An acoustic
basis for maternal recognition in timber wolves (Canis lupus)? Journal
of the Acoustical Society of America. 97(3), 1970-1973.


Goldman, J.A. Phillips, D.P. and Fentress, J.C. (1993). An acoustic
basis for maternal recognition in wolf pups (Canis lupus). Animal
Behavior Society Meeting, University of California, Davis, California.


Goldman, J.A. and Fentress, J.C. (1990). Wolf ear movements: A measure
of maternal responsiveness. Animal Behavior Society Meeting, State
University of New York, Binghamton, New York.


NON-REFEREED PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS

Goldman, J. (2015). The Creation of the Animal Coalition of Ottawa (2015). Ladies Who Leash, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (speaker)

Goldman, J. (2015-present). Pet Talk with Dr. Jill Goldman:Barking,
Leash Induced Aggression, Dog Daycare, Mental Stimulation, 10 Steps to a
Stressless Pet. Beverly Hills Courier
http://bhcourier.com/?s=dr+jill+goldman

Goldman, J. (2014). Applied Animal Behavior. Santiago Canyon College, Orange, CA. (speaker)

Goldman, J. (2014). Inter-dog behavior and communication. Dogs, Daycare, and Much More, N.B., CA.

Goldman, J. (2013). De-Stress the Veterinary Visit. Foothill Animal Hospital, Lake Forest, CA. (speaker)

Goldman, J. (2014-present). Dog Guarding Their Possessions, Cooperation
is Key, Dog Daycare Can Help Alleviate Dog Behaviour Challenges, How To
Use Dogs Natural Scavenger Instinct In Behavior Training. Furever
Network
http://furever.ca/vendors/dr-jill-goldman-animal-b...
(Toronto, Canada).


Goldman, J. (2014) The Fear Factor (September), Introducing New Dogs on
Leash (August), Grrr is for\Guarding my Possessions (July), Dogs and
Daycare (June), Dogs Beg Forage and Steal (May). Ritz Carlton Newsletter
(Orange County, CA)


Goldman, J. (2013) De-Stress the Veterinary Visit. (Lunch & Learn) Animal Clinic of Tustin Ranch, Tustin, CA.

Goldman, J. (2012). Behavior Changes in Senior Dogs. Tsavo’s Dog Fitness and Rehabilitation Center , Del Mar, CA (speaker)

Goldman, J.A. (2011). Understanding your Pet’s Behavior and Learning How
to Change it. Seminar: Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada


Goldman, J.A. (2011). Improving Adoptability with Behavior Modification.
Presentation: Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Conference, Las Vegas,
NV


Goldman, J. (June 11, 2010). Another Dog Bites the Dust. Laguna Beach Independent, (Laguna Beach, CA)

Goldman, J. (2009). Clinic Behavior: Canine and Feline Communication
Signals. (Seminar) Irvine Veterinary Services, University and Northpark,
CA


Goldman, J.A. (2009). Wolves Under Fire. Presentation: EcoFest, Endangered Planet, Laguna Beach, CA.

Laguna Beach, CA. (2009). How to be a Better Dog Parent, How to be a Better Cat Parent.

Laguna Beach Times (Laguna Beach, CA) (2009): Dear Dr. Jill

Goldman, J. (Summer 2008). Leash-Induced Aggression. Dog’s Life, Los Angeles, CA.

Goldman, J.A. (2006). Vocal Communication across Species: Endangered Planet Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA.

Goldman, J. A. (2006) Behavioral Issues of Dogs and Cats: Prevention,
Treatment, and Management. Southern California Veterinary Medical
Association (SCVMA), Torrance, CA.


Goldman. J.A. (2006). Preventing the Treating Behavior Problems through Early Detection and Behavior

Modification, Southern California Veterinary Medical Association (SCVMA), Mission Viejo, CA.

Goldman, J. (2005-2006). Communication Signals in the Cat, Dog, and
Rabbit, Preventing and Treating Behavior Problems. Animal Care Staff and
Volunteer Training. Irvine Animal Care Center, Irvine, CA


Goldman, J.A. (2005). From Wolves to Dogs, Presentation: Laguna Beach Rotary Club (Breeze, 74, 10), Laguna Beach, CA.

Goldman, J.A. (2005). Taking the Edge Off: Moving Beyond Behavioral
Boundaries, Seminar: Conference on Homeless Animals and Management
Policy (CHAMP), Anaheim, CA.


Goldman, J.A. (2005). Behavior Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Shelter
Animals. Presentation: Santa Barbara Ventura Veterinary Medical
Association (SBVVMA), Ventura, CA.


Goldman, J.A. (2005, January). Taking the Edge Off: Moving Beyond
Behavioral Boundaries. Presentation: Southern California Veterinary
Association (SCVA) Tustin, CA.


Goldman, J.A. (2004, June). Finding the Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Evaluation and Assessment of Shelter Dogs.

Seminar: ASPCA National Shelter Outreach Animal Shelter Workshops, SUNY, Delhi, New York.

Goldman, J. A. (Summer, 2004) Sierra: The untold story. ASPCA Animal Watch.

Goldman, J.A. and Reid, P. (2004). When two cats are better than one. Petfinder, http://www.petfinder.com/journal/pam.html.

Goldman, J.A. (June, 2004). Animal Behavior in the Shelter: Problems
Issues and Opportunities in Shelter Medicine. Seminar: Cornell
University Veterinary College, Ithaca, New York.


Reid, P., Goldman, J.A. and Pezzanite, B (2003). ASPCA Volunteer Behavior Helpline Manual


TEACHING (see also presentations)

York University, Department of Psychology, Toronto, Canada (1994-2001).

Comparative Cognition

Evolution of Animal Behavior

Humans as Primates, Personality

Physiological Psychology

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (1990-1993).

Undergraduate Supervisor

Laboratory Instructor


COMMUNITY SERVICE AND EVENTS

Ladies who Lunch: Ladies Who Leash (Ottawa, Ontario) (May, 2015)

Ritz Carlton Yappy Hours (Laguna Niguel, CA) (2011-2014)

Dogapalooza, (Edmonton, Alberta) (2011)

Friends of Laguna Beach Dog Park (FLBDP) (Laguna Beach, CA) (2004-2007)


MEDIA


Dr. Goldman is interviewed by the media regularly and provides the most in-depth up to date information about animal behavior.


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