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  1. Enhancing Relationships for Better Performance

    If that amazing feeling of connection with your dog seems to come and go, if you wish things could be just a bit smoother between you and your dog, if you're wondering why your dog's performance varies, if you'd like to know WHY he's doing this or that, this is the seminar for you. Dogs do not learn or perform in a vacuum, but within the context of a relationship with their handler, as well as the broader context of other influences. Participants will learn to "see the dog." Handlers benefit fro ...

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  2. From Maddening to Maturity: Understanding & Helping the Adolescent Dog

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  3. Practical Bones: Hands On with RCT Training Techniques

    Limited to 16 working dog/handler teams - but auditors are welcome. Please register early!This is a hands-on, working seminar focused on practical application of RCT exercises. Handler will be working with their own dog as well as unfamiliar dogs, as well as with other handlers in a variety of exercises.The emphasis throughout the day is increased awareness, greater skill proficiency, and hands-on practice with coaching and feedback from Suzanne. This is an intense day of learning that will incl ...

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  4. Practical Bones: Hands-on Applications of RCT Principles

    Practical Bones: Hands-on Applications of RCT Principles. Limited to 16 working dog/handler teams. This is a hands-on, working seminar focused on practical application of RCT exercises. Handler will be working with their own dog as well as unfamiliar dogs, as well as with other handlers in a variety of exercises. The emphasis throughout the day is increased awareness, greater skill proficiency, and hands-on practice with coaching and feedback from Suzanne. This is an intense day of learning tha ...

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  5. RAT: Relationship Assessment Tool

    RAT: Relationship Assessment Tool "Wherever you go, there you are!" No quote better sums up the reality that when we are working with our dogs, we cannot help but be a part of the equation. In each relationship, the handler brings their habits, personalities, needs and style to interact with the dog, who also brings his own personality, patterns of response, needs and style. RAT was developed by Suzanne Clothier to further understanding of the dog/human relationship in a practical way. RAT ...

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  6. The Enriched Puppy: Creating Confident, Competent & Coordinated Canines

    EVENING LECTURE Puppy Enrichment: Creating Confident, Competent & Coordinated Puppies For breeders, shelters, rescues, and anyone interested in or already involved in raising puppies from birth to 16 weeks, this evening lecture offers practical ideas for environmental and social enrichment aimed at helping puppies become the best they can be. Detailed information on development of the puppy brain, body, reflexes and social behavior. Suzanne has raised 7 generations of her Hawks Hunt German ...

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  7. The Physical Dog

    The Physical Dog seminar focuses on a topic near & dear to Suzanne Clothier's heart: the physical dog. She first published her award winning video, Your Athletic Dog, back in 1995. Her Relationship Centered Training pulls together her knowledge of structure, movement, functional assessment, body type and how all of these factors work together with behavior and emotions. Her keen eye for movement and functional athleticism is remarkable. The late R.K. Anderson DVM noted that Suzanne "was the ...

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  8. Working With Fearful, Anxious & Reactive Dogs

    This seminar will focus on understanding canine behavior, the nature of fear and anxiety, understanding aggression (including bite etiology). The role of stress, arousal, resilience and environmental factors are discussed. Attendees will learn the specific Relationship Centered Training (RCT) techniques that are useful for fearful and reactive dogs: In/Out of Safety Zones Treat/Retreat Use of the Stimulus Gradient The Auto Check-In Follow Me Ghost Handling Go Hunt Intelligent Consequences Att ...

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  9. You Had Me at Sniff: Understanding Dog-Dog Interactions

    Dog-to-dog interactions are difficult to master. Because we don't speak Dog, and dogs don't speak English, we are stuck with interpreting what we see... and sometimes, we are wrong. It can be hard to know what to do. But we want to get it right. We all have the same questions and worries when two or more dogs are together. Are we being too cautious? Or too careless? Do we just "let them work it out" or try to orchestrate pleasant encounters? When is it okay to put two dogs together? What is play ...

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