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    • Thursday, September 29, 2016
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    • Sunday, September 29, 2019
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    • Recorded Webinar
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    Virtual Summit Recorded Webinar
    (One of 25 webinars that were featured in PPG's August Virtual Pet Care Summit)


    Presented by Michelle Martiya

    CEUs: PPAB, 1 IAABC, (Pending) CCPDT, (Pending)


    This presentation will discuss how to set up a location for grooming your dog, how to prepare him for grooming, what tools you should use, and how to effectively brush your dog. It will also look at some of the common mistakes made when brushing dogs at home, as well as health issues that owners should be looking out for. Grooming can be a wonderful bonding experience for dog and owner when done correctly, and can help dogs have a better experience when groomed professionally.

    Webinar Objectives

    • How to prepare your dog for grooming at home.
    • Choosing your tools
    • How to properly brush your dog at home.
    • Ear infections and grooming.

    About The Presenter


    Michelle Martiya is a dog trainer and pet stylist with over 20 years’ experience in the dog grooming industry. Having worked in both grooming salons and mobile grooming businesses, she is very familiar with the problems that can develop when an animal is not groomed on a regular basis. She is also familiar with the challenges that owners face in maintaining their dog's coat between grooming sessions, such as not knowing how to properly brush their dogs, or how to resolve behavioral issues that may arise when introducing grooming to their pet. Along with her mobile grooming business in Boca Raton, Florida, Martiya also works with other groomers and their clients to help dogs that are fearful and/or anxious during the grooming process. She teaches owners how to use positive reinforcement to prepare their puppies for a lifetime of grooming, or how to counter condition their dogs to difficult procedures, such as nail trimming and blow drying.

    • Saturday, October 22, 2016
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    • Monday, October 22, 2018
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    I'm Bored and Who Cares About Food Anyway?

    Presented by Michelle Martiya

    CEUs: PPAB 1.5, CCPDT 1.5, IAABC 1.5




    When introducing a horse to clicker training for the first time the horse will often appear uninterested in the food being offered. They may not attempt any behaviors and will sometimes just walk away from the trainer.

    This webinar examines the many reasons why a horse in a training situation may seem to lack interest in the food and/or training session and how best to  motivate the horse and increase their interest in participating. 


    Learning Objectives

    • Understand why your horse may seem uninterested in food or training when starting out with a clicker training program.
    • Recognize how to deal with internal conflict when beginning a horse training program.
    • Understand the importance of matching the value of food to the difficulty of behavior being trained.
    • Recognize which environmental factors may interfere with your training program.


    About The Presenter




    Michelle has been working professionally as an equine trainer and behavior consultant for over 3 years. She specializes in gentling mustangs and working with fearful, unapproachable equines. She also offers online coaching as well as in person training for human/equine teams.





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