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The first Canine Behavior and Genetics Conference was set in London in June 2015 and had 91 attendees from 10 countries. This paper is a review of the 17 oral presentations by two rapporteurs were invited to attend the conference who also give their own personal conclusions on routes forward for Canine Behavioral Science. The full version of this paper is available at Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research. Editor's Note: The link provided above points to The Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research website. The referenced paper entitled, "The First Canine Behavior and Genetics Conference: Summary and recommendations for future directions in canine behavioral science" is listed as Temporarily Unavailable. We at DogWellNet hope to be able to present content at a later date -- please check back for updates.