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    • Sunday, April 12, 2015
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Sunday, April 12, 2020
    • 9:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presented by Pamela Johnson

    CEUs

    CPDT - 1.5 CEUs

    IAABC - 1.5 CEUs

    KPA - 1.5 CEUs

    PPG - 1.5 CEUs




    This 90 Minute program focuses on keeping your dog safe when faced with rattlesnakes. You will learn how to teaching dogs to move away from rattlesnakes using games: attention, settle, in your face, building value, luring, targeting, leash walking, impulse control, recall, and stay.

    You will acquire insight into rattlesnake behavior and learn simple ways to tell the difference between poisonous and non-poisonous snakes. Pam will answer questions about rattlesnakes, provide helpful tips on safety and will even walk you through a variety of ways to make your backyard safe and rattlesnake free.

    Through the use of the training games and skills, you will build an amazing relationship with your dog and doing so, you will be able to protect your canine companion from rattlesnakes and in other dangerous situations.

    Webinar Objectives

    Keep dogs SAFE through the use of:

      • Management
      • Relationship building Games, Behaviors, Skills & Drills
      • Teaching avoidance of Rattlesnakes by training an alternate response
      • By using the Old Cue New Cue method to teach a new recall that means come to you when the dog sees, hears, or smells a snake.
      • By using remote controlled snakes to train alternate behaviors when seeing moving snakes or moving animals in general.

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      Keep dogs SAFE by becoming educated about:
        • Rattlesnake behavior
        • The differences between venomous and & non-venomous snakes
        • How to rattlesnake proof your backyard

    About The Presenters




    Pamela Johnson is a certified professional dog trainer through the CCPDT, is a professional member of the APDT and a member of PPG.

    Pamela is a clicker dog trainer and educator in San Diego, California. Pamela began her training career when growing up on a small farm where she trained the family dogs, cats, and horses. She learned about clicker training and behavior modification through reading books, attending Clicker Expos/APDT conferences, watching dog training videos and taking numerous classes with her own dogs. Pamela believes it is important to continue learning throughout ones life and she loves finding new ways to train dogs. Pamela started her own business, Pam's Dog Academy in 2007.

    To learn more about Pamela click here



    - Love of the Water
    - Ability to Swim
    - Basic Foundation Skills
    - Developing a positive association with your board and paddle
    - The use of targeting to aid in balance
    - Training techniques for dry land and water 
    - Safety consideration for both you and your dog
    • Tuesday, April 28, 2015
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Sunday, April 28, 2019
    • 9:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presented by Pamela Johnson

    CEUs: CCPDT 1.5, IAABC 1.5, PPAB 1.5 




    If you compete in canine freestyle or simply just want to teach your dog some fun, entertaining tricks with props, then this webinar is for you. You will learn how to train tricks using cane/platform like props. Jazz up you and your dogs creativity through games that teach your dog to think outside the box using capturing and shaping.

    In addition to training your dog to do tricks with props, you will help build your dogs confidence around new objects and have a great time with your dog.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Teach your dog to be creative & build confidence
    • 101 Things to do with an object (Creativity)
    • Check it out game (Confidence)
    • Cane Tricks
    • 101 Things to do with a cane
    • Around/Behind
    • Over
    • Paws up
    • Platform Tricks
    • On/Off
    • Duration/Distance/Distractions (using the premack principle)
    • Stationary behaviors (Sit, Down, Pretty, TaDa)
    • Paws up

    About The Presenter




    Pamela Johnson is a certified professional dog trainer through the CCPDT, is a professional member of the APDT and a member of PPG.

    Pamela is a clicker dog trainer and educator in San Diego, California. Pamela began her training career when growing up on a small farm where she trained the family dogs, cats, and horses. She learned about clicker training and behavior modification through reading books, attending Clicker Expos/APDT conferences, watching dog training videos and taking numerous classes with her own dogs. Pamela believes it is important to continue learning throughout ones life and she loves finding new ways to train dogs. Pamela started her own business, Pam's Dog Academy in 2007.

    To learn more about Pamela click here

    - Love of the Water
    - Ability to Swim
    - Basic Foundation Skills
    - Developing a positive association with your board and paddle
    - The use of targeting to aid in balance
    - Training techniques for dry land and water 
    - Safety consideration for both you and your dog
    • Sunday, August 16, 2015
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Monday, August 17, 2020
    • 9:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presented by Pamela Johnson

    CEUs 

    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5CCPDT 1.5KPA 1.5


    This webinar will focus on teaching the correct process to build fluid back chains. You will learn how simple this process can be. So many behaviors can be trained using this method and doing so will ensure your dog understands and is able to perform the behavior with fluency each time they are cued.

    You will learn why back chaining is so powerful in achieving results and the difference between training a regular behavior chain versus a back chain. 

    You will also learn how to look at behaviors differently and think about what it is that you really want the dog to know and then perform so you can  build a back chain to accomplish that goal. 

    The behaviors taught in this webinar range from tricks (clean up your toys, go to the crate and close the crate door and get a drink out of the refrigerator), dog sports (canine freestyle routines, disc dogging routines, flyball, agility contacts, weave poles, rally and more), to real world behaviors (no jumping on people, going inside the house, getting in the car, etc).  
    You will receive a step by step instruction on the process of back chaining.

    Webinar Objectives

    • What back chains are and why you should use them. 
    • Verbal/Visual Cues
    • Stimulus Control
    • Variable Reinforcement Schedules
    • Rewarding in Position
    • Repetition
    • Adding Criteria
    • Fluency
    • Premack Principle
    • Anticipation (what it is and how to prevent it) 
    • Using Extra Cues
    • Fading Cues
    • Proofing
    • Systematic Learning
    • Conditioned Reinforcers
    • Understanding the concept of back chaining 
    • Learn how much fun it is to back chain
     

    About Your Presenter



    Pamela Johnson is a certified professional dog trainer through the CCPDT, is a professional member of the APDT and a member of PPG.

    Pamela is a clicker dog trainer and educator in San Diego, California. Pamela began her training career when growing up on a small farm where she trained the family dogs, cats, and horses. She learned about clicker training and behavior modification through reading books, attending Clicker Expos/APDT conferences, watching dog training videos and taking numerous classes with her own dogs. Pamela believes it is important to continue learning throughout ones life and she loves finding new ways to train dogs. Pamela started her own business, Pam's Dog Academy in 2007.

    To learn more about Pamela click here

     

    - Love of the Water
    - Ability to Swim
    - Basic Foundation Skills
    - Developing a positive association with your board and paddle
    - The use of targeting to aid in balance
    - Training techniques for dry land and water 
    - Safety consideration for both you and your dog
    • Sunday, September 27, 2015
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Friday, September 27, 2019
    • 9:30 PM (EDT)
    • Recorded Webinar
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    Presented by Pamela Johnson

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


    You will learn how to train dogs to do a variety of important life saving behaviors that all dogs should know and practice as well as safety behaviors.

    Pamela will take you through a variety of ways to condition your dog to accept wearing a cone and a muzzle, enjoy being handled and even massaged. She explains why it is important to train dogs to enjoy these things and not wait until an emergency happens when the dog is scared and worried because all of a sudden he has to wear a muzzle or a cone. 

    Do you or your clients have a difficult time getting dogs to take medication? This webinar will go over a few different ways on how to get your dog to take and enjoy taking his medication, without any struggle. Finally giving your dog medication will be easy and stress free for you and your dog. 


    You will also learn what you would need if an emergency or disaster strikes, such as first aid kits and what to put in them, handouts that could help you relocate your dog if they were to go missing and other valuable ideas on how to be prepared for anything. Accidents, emergencies and disasters happen when you least expect it. Are you prepared? Do you know what you would do? Do you have a plan? 

    Webinar Objectives

    Attention

    Stay

    Come when called

    Leash Walking

    Impulse Control

    Safety behaviors:

    • Wearing a muzzle
    • Cone
    • Taking medications 
    • Handling

    Preparing for the unexpected:
    • Emergency Plan
    • First Aid Kits
    • Emergency Handouts
    • What to do if you are separated from your dog or pet.
    • What to think about and plan for if you are evacuated with your dog or pet.

    About The Presenters




    Pamela Johnson is a certified professional dog trainer through the CCPDT and  is a professional member of the APDT and a member of PPG.


    Pamela is a clicker dog trainer and educator in San Diego, California. Pamela began her training career when growing up on a small farm where she trained the family dogs, cats, and horses. She learned about clicker training and behavior modification through reading books, attending Clicker Expos/APDT conferences, watching dog training videos and taking numerous classes with her own dogs. Pamela believes it is important to continue learning throughout ones life and she loves finding new ways to train dogs. Pamela started her own business, Pam's Dog Academy in 2007.

    To learn more about Pamela click here

     

    - Love of the Water
    - Ability to Swim
    - Basic Foundation Skills
    - Developing a positive association with your board and paddle
    - The use of targeting to aid in balance
    - Training techniques for dry land and water 
    - Safety consideration for both you and your dog




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