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    • Thursday, November 06, 2014
    • 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Friday, November 06, 2020
    • 3:30 PM (EST)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presentation by Lisa & Brad Waggoner

    CEUs: PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5



     

    Workshop Description

    Join Lisa & Brad Waggoner from Cold Nose College for this 90 minute educational webinar on how to teach a Rocket Recall.

    Learning Objectives

    1.     Be competent in your understanding of the Cold Nose College methodology for teaching and training a fully force-free canine recall.
    2.     You will learn the 12 rules of Rocket Recall developed over 10 years of conducting Rocket Recall training.
    3.     Understand the common misconceptions and mistakes made during recall training
    4.     Learn how to  set your dog up for success during the learning process


    About The Presenter


    Brad & Lisa Waggoner are both Certified Professional Dog Trainers - Knowledge Assessed and are passionate advocates for humane, force-free training.


    Brad is a graduate of the Karen Pryor Academy of Animal Training and Behavior and Lisa is a Pat Miller Certified Trainer, Level 2.


    Lisa and Brad enjoy providing behavior consulting and training solutions to clients in the tri-state area of North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. They also offer educational opportunities for dog trainers and dog hobbyists throughout the U.S.
    • Thursday, November 05, 2015
    • 11:00 AM (EST)
    • Thursday, November 05, 2020
    • 12:30 PM (EST)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    How To Teach Your Dog a Solid Recall  


    presented by  Alexandra Santos

    CEUs 

    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, KPA 1.5, CPDT 1.5


    Many dog owners don't give their dogs much freedom to run loose, because they're afraid the dog won't come back when called. It's a fact that, the moment the leash is removed from the dog's collar, we immediately enter into direct competition with the environment - the dog is free and thus can make choices between interacting with the environment or something in it and coming to us when called. It is also a fact that we often, inadvertently, train "stubbornness" and reinforce non-compliance with the recall cue.

    This webinar will teach dog owners how to train a solid recall by avoiding common mistakes, following some basic rules for success, choosing the right reinforcers, and providing the correct consequences for compliance and for non-compliance.

    Webinar Objectives


    • A brief overview of respondent conditioning
    • A brief overview of operant conditioning
    • David Premack's principle; reinforcer sampling; jackpot
    • Main reasons why dogs fail the recall
    • Common mistakes while teaching the recall
    • Basic rules for teaching a solid recall
    • The solid recall step by step
    • When and how to put the recall on an intermittent schedule

    About The Presenter



    Alexandra Santos is a professional canine behavior consultant and trainer, with formal education through The Animal Care College in the U.K. where she graduated with honors for the Diploma of Advanced Canine Psychology, and through The Companion Animal Sciences Institute where she graduated with distinction for the Diploma of Advanced Dog Training.

    She is the author of the books “Puppy Problems” and “Puppy and Dog Care” and has also authored and co-authored several articles for the Journal of Applied Companion Animal Behavior and for the International Institute for Applied Companion Animal Behavior. Alexandra lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal, has been a lecturer at several seminars on positive reinforcement-based training, is a professor at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias and provides individual coaching for dogs and their people.

    • Wednesday, December 02, 2015
    • 8:00 PM (EST)
    • Wednesday, December 02, 2020
    • 9:30 PM (EST)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    With Michelle Martiya

    CEU's

    1.5 PPAB, 1.5 CPDT, 1.5 IAABC, 1.5 KPA


    This webinar focuses on the broad topic of stress in a grooming salon. It defines what causes stress for the pets, how the stress appears and the steps that groomers/owners can take to either reduce or eliminate stress during the grooming process. This is a great webinar for dog trainers and groomers alike. Gain some insightful knowledge about how a force-free grooming salon can operate and be better able to help educate other pet care providers that you network with 

    This webinar also touches on recognizing and reducing stress in bathers and groomers, and why this is so important.

    Webinar Learning Objectives

    • Understand how stress affects the body.
    • How to recognize stress in dogs.
    • How the pets home life affects dogs during grooming.
    • How pet dog training methods affect dogs during grooming.
    • How to reduce stress in the salon and mobile grooming environments.
    • Gain knowledge on how grooming salons can become force-free so you can better spread the word in your local pet community


    About The Presenter


    Michelle Martiya has been a professional dog groomer for over 20 years and has owned a small mobile grooming business in FL for 13 years. About 2 years ago she became a certified (positive reinforcement) dog trainer, and has since then moved on to working with other species as well, such as horses, cats, and birds. 

    Having been a professional groomer for so long Michelle has a great interest in bridging the gap between grooming and training, and a great interest in sharing her knowledge of canine behavior and behavior modification with other groomers.


    • Friday, May 27, 2016
    • 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Wednesday, May 27, 2020
    • 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded
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    Presented by Claudia Estanislau

    CEUs PPAB, 1.5. IAABC, 1.5. CCPDT, 1.5.




    Respondent Conditioning, also known as Classical Conditioning or Pavlovian Conditioning, consists of the pairing of stimuli. Neutral stimuli can be paired and offered a meaning and emulate emotional responses (positive or negative ones).

    Techniques based on this type of conditioning are very effective in producing conditioned responses and are often used in conjunction with operant conditioning (actually the two seem somewhat intertwined). They are used in techniques which are extremely successful for behavioral modification.

    In this in depth webinar, we will go over the meaning of classical conditioning and how it can be used. We will be taking a look at the basics but we will also learn about higher order classical conditioning and the ways in which it can be used. By the end of the webinar, you will not only be talking like a pro but more importantly, acting like one! You will understand when Respondent Conditioning is taking place as well as how, when and why you should implement responding conditioning into your training plans.


    Webinar Objectives

    • Clarify the meaning of the technical term Classical/Respondent Conditioning
    • Give and demonstrate practical examples of the use of Classical Conditioning
    • Talk about the magnitude of what we can achieve using Classical Conditioning
    • Understand why Classical Conditioning is so effective when properly used

    About The Presenter

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

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

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

    • Wednesday, September 14, 2016
    • (EDT)
    • Saturday, September 14, 2019
    • (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presented by Brittany Alwerud

    CEUs 1 PPAB, 1 IAABC, 1 CCPDT


    For business owners who have team members that work in the field, (dog walkers, pet sitting, dog training, etc.) maintaining quality control over the team and quality of service that your business provides becomes tricky when your business is growing fast. My webinar will offer insight, experience, and techniques that allow these business owners to still maintain quality control when they aren't there.

    They will learn how to implement the necessary structures and processes that will serve to be a strong foundation for there business to grow on, and how to set up their team for success
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    Webinar Objectives

    • Taking the leap from a one-man-band to creating a team you can trust
    • Employees vs. Contractors
    • How to find quality hires
    • Welcoming your new staff member to the company
    • Putting systems and processes in place for quality control
    • Performance Reviews

    About The Presenter



    Brittany began her dog walking business while she was attending UCSD. Before she knew it, she was walking 30 dogs/day. The last thing she wanted to do was work on the schedule, create invoices, and get back to customer requests. She felt like she was stuck on a hamster wheel of the daily grind.

    Brittany was on a search for years trying to find the right software solution. It was exhausting to come up empty handed. So, Brittany decided to set out and create a software that was a simple-to-use mobile business platform, Handlr.



     
     
 
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