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    • Thursday, January 16, 2014
    • 12:00 PM (PST)
    • Wednesday, January 16, 2019
    • 1:30 PM (PST)
    • Recorded

    Presented by Malena DeMartini-Price

    CEU's

    CPDT 1, IAABC 2, KPA 1

     

    This webinar is about understanding separation anxiety and the various facets of its treatment ‐ from client support to protocols, technology and a bit about medication. Separation Anxiety is a  behavior disorder that for so long has plagued trainers, behaviorists, owners and veterinarians as being truly problematic in treatment and often unfixable.

    Through this webinar Malena would like you to become less afraid to take on these cases because they are quite treatable and the owners of these dogs truly need your help. The treatment is not complex; it is simply in the details that we have often failed to get the exact order of things correct to get the results needed.

    Learning Objectives

    • To learn how to effectively counsel and motivate separation anxiety clients and keep them committed 
    • To understand how to create an effective separation anxiety protocol for maximum efficiency 
    • To have a view into the very important technology and tools that are so useful in accelerating separation anxiety training 
    • To have a brushstroke look at the holistic supplements and medications that can be useful in separation anxiety treatment

    About The Presenter


    Malena DeMartini- price, CTC, is a San Francisco SPCA Academy honors graduate with well over

     10 years’ experience. During Malenas career she has worked with several hundred separation anxiety cases. As a trainer who exclusively handles separation anxiety cases in her practice she has found numerous creative solutions for a disorder that often baffles owners and trainers alike. 

    Malena’s particular strength lies in reading the subtleties of dog body language and guiding owners patiently and with great enthusiasm through the gentle process of healing their dogs. Using web technology, Malena counsels clients all over the country and even has a few international clients, giving her an unusually keen view of different types of separation anxiety scenarios.  

    Malena has written for several publications and has given her seminar Fixing the Unfixable nationwide. She is currently in the editing phase with her publisher on her book that is focused on helping trainers to work with this disorder.  

    Malena is the owner of Ain’t Misbehavin’ in Northern California where she lives with her husband Kevin, also a certified trainer, and her two rescue dogs Leia and Tini.

    • Saturday, September 27, 2014
    • 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Sunday, October 01, 2017
    • 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar


    Presented by Jane Ehrlich

    CEUs: PPAB 1, IAABC  1, CPDT 1, KPA 1 


    Join Jane Ehrlich for this 60 minute webinar on Feline House Soiling Problems. House soiling is the key issue responsible for cats being re-homed or placed in shelters. It is also one of the most common problems facing behavior consultants.

    When cats urinate in inappropriate places we are left to ask, why does this happen and what can we do to change this problematic behavior?

    Jane will address each of these key reasons. This webinar will be interactive and attendees will be asked to submit questions prior to the live session during the registration process.

    Presentation Format

    This webinar has been set up to answer specific questions regarding this one topic and the key reasons this behavior may be happening

    • An infection or other medical problem
    • Problems with the litter box
    • Different kinds of stress

    Learning Objectives

    • Understand the types of infections or medical problems that may be causing this behavior problem
    • How to rule out medical concerns
    • Types of litter box problems and the most appropriate solutions
    • The role stress plays in feline house soiling and potential solutions

    About The Presenter


    Jane now owns and operates Cattitude Feline Behavior in Arizona. Jane is Associate Certified with the IAABC.

    Jane has over 27 years as a trained feline behaviorist who understands and works with a cat’s psychology and personalities. For twenty years Jane was a volunteer clinical assistant and feline behavior advisor at the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in London. Jane studied under Dr. Michael W. Fox, internationally known veterinarian, bioethicist, and pioneering canine &feline behaviorist. As a cat behaviorist Jane helps owners worldwide by in-home consultation & telephone consultations.

    • Thursday, December 04, 2014
    • 5:00 PM (EST)
    • Tuesday, December 31, 2019
    • 6:30 PM (EST)
    • Recorded Webinar

    Presented by Niki Tudge

    CEUs 

    IAABC 1.5 , CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5

    Wherever two or more people come together, there is the possibility of conflict. This conflict can be between you and your clients, employees and contractors or a business vendor. This webinar will give participants a six-step process that they can use to modify and resolve conflicts of any size. Participants will also learn crucial conflict resolution skills including dealing with anger and using the Agreement Frame.

    Join Niki Tudge for this 90 minute  webinar on Conflict Resolution. 

    People often assume that conflict is always negative. This is not true! People are inherently different and conflict simply happens when those differences come to light. Viewing conflict in this way can help us maximize the possible positive outcomes of the problem at hand. Equipped with a conflict resolution process people can explore and understand those differences, and use them to interact in a more positive, productive way.


    Objectives

    • Understand what conflict and conflict resolution mean
    • Understand all six phases of the conflict resolution process
    • Understand the five main styles of conflict resolution
    • Be able to adapt the process for all types of conflicts
    • Be able to break out parts of the process and use those tools to prevent conflict
    • Be able to use basic communication tools, such as the agreement frame and open questions
    • Be able to use basic anger and stress management techniques

    Niki  specializes in small business growth, business management & people coaching and training programs. Niki has business degrees from Oxford University in England and is a Six Sigma Certified Black Belt. Niki is  a credentialed people trainer, project manager and certified facilitator. You can learn more about Niki Tudge by clicking here 


    Qualifications

    • Business Degrees Oxford  University, England.
    • Six Sigma Certified Black Belt
    • CPDT-KA
    • AABP – Professional Dog Trainer
    • AABP – Professional Dog Behavior Consultant
    • Dip, ABT. Diploma. Animal Behavior Technology
    • Dip, CBST. Diploma Canine Behavior Science and Technology
    • PCSA, CPCT CAPCT
    • Facilitation Certificate - Acuity Institute
    • The HCITB, International Training Board, Certified People Trainer. TS1, TS2 &TS3
    • Six Sigma Lean Project Management

    Niki's current business roles are Founder DogNostics Career College, Founder & President DogSmith Services Inc and President of The Pet Professional Guild

    • Monday, May 11, 2015
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Saturday, May 11, 2019
    • 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar


    Presented by Claudia Estanislau

    LIMA means Least Intrusive and Minimally Aversive Techniques. 

    CEUs 

    CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5, PPG 1.5, IAABC 1.5



    Join Claudia for a webinar on how to use LIMA when working with aggressive dogs. The webinar will address the following points:

    • The importance of conducting a functional assessment when working with aggression cases
    • Working with your VET to eliminate any probable physical problems
    • Understanding the LIMA protocol
    • Putting theory into practice in real life scenarios.

    Webinar Objectives

    1. Understand the LIMA protocol and it's application in case management
    2. Learn some practical l force free exercises
    3. Grasp the knowledge of some DRA and DRI protocols suitable for working with aggressive dogs
    4. Learn some practical exercises to help achieve better results with your clients

    About The Presenter


    Claudia is a Certified Dog Trainer and Behavior Consultant. She is currently the manager of It's All About Dogs training center in Portugal operating from four locations.  

    Claudia has been a lecturer at several seminars in Portugal and Brazil on learning theory, aggression and force free training. Paula is also a   writer for a national dog magazine in Portugal and writes on dog behavior and training.

    Claudia’s  formal qualifications are DTBC from the CASI Institute. Claudia completed the LLA course with Dr. Susan Friedman and Claudia  is an Associate Certified member at IAABC and a PPG Member.

    • Sunday, August 30, 2015
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Friday, August 30, 2019
    • 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar

    Presented by  Janis Bradley

    CEUs 

    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5



    "That's the Lab in him." "None of my other Cattle Dogs acted like this," dog guardians will say, and often expect their pet's breed will predict his behavior and personality. In attempting to facilitate good relationships (and sometimes good matchmaking between dogs and adopters), we often make 3 assumptions: that we can reliably identify the ancestry of even mixed breed dogs; that breed can help us predict the likelihood of behaviors that were sought in the historical work of the breed or breeds; that this ancestral work is relevant to what pet dog adopters need in their companions. 

    This presentation will explain the weaknesses in visual breed identification and breed based behavior explanations and will demonstrate other ways to talk with clients about expectations and modification of an individual dog's behavior.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understanding the misinformation inherent in framing behavior to clients in terms of breed characteristics.
    • Alternatives to breed labeling of mixed breed dogs. 
    • Alternatives to breed based explanations of behavior.

    About The Presenter



    Janis Bradley is the author of Dog Bites: Problems and Solutions (Animals and Society Institute), a survey of the current scientific literature on the topic, The Relevance of Breed in Selecting a Companion Dog (National Canine Research Council Vision Series), and Dogs Bite, But Balloons and Slippers are More Dangerous, used as the complete guide to research on dog bites. 

    Janice trained and certified more than 450 dog trainers at the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals between 2000 and 2009 where she worked directly with more than 1,500 dogs of all breeds and appearances. In 2010 Janice founded the Dog Training Internship Academy. 

    For 15 years Janice helped owners with pets that had evidenced behavior problems, specializing in aggression issues. 

    Janice is currently the Director of Communications and Publications for the National Canine Research Council, a canine policy think tank that conducts, reviews, and disseminates academically rigorous research which studies dogs in the context of human society. She has lectured widely on behavior at meetings of various animal control, training, and humane organizations. Janice will be presenting at PPG's Summit in November 2015 in Tampa, FL

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