Webinar PRACTICE OR PREVENTION – TRAINING TIME VS MANAGEMENT MOMENTS

Training time means the time, place, you and your dog are all in a good spot where learning can occur. Management moments are when things are not conducive to learning. Knowing where you are is a big part of getting where you want to go. This webinar will help you clarify moment by moment, and provides practical advice to help you and your dog.

Training Equals Conversation

In an online discussion about mixing play sessions with training, there were some strong opinions about how and why things…

The Beauty of Small Things

Big things on my mind. Big projects that have occupied me for years (almost a decade). Big projects unfolding. Trying…

SEMINAR: Can You Hear Me Now?

One of the best things about dogs is how hard they try to communicate with us. They use their eyes, their bodies, even their voice, and of course, those amazing tails!

But did you ever wonder if maybe you’re not quite getting the message? Or if you’ve misunderstood your dog? Or perhaps you just want to learn more, more, more! This seminar is taught by internationally respected trainer Suzanne Clothier, whose approach that encompasses the whole dog – physical, mental and emotional.

A Profound Magic

There are days when I am powerfully reminded that science has so many limits that we are unable to explain…

Thresholds, Transitions and Triggers Webinar Replay with LIVE Q&A

Handlers of reactive dogs struggle to find ways to help their dogs feel less worried, overwhelmed or pushed past their thresholds. But progress can be slow, particularly if the dog continues to be triggered despite the handler’s best efforts. Learn how to help your dog using controlled set-ups for success.

Wild or Worried: Understanding Aggression Webinar with LIVE Q&A

Handlers of reactive dogs struggle to find ways to help their dogs feel less worried, overwhelmed or pushed past their thresholds. But progress can be slow, particularly if the dog continues to be triggered despite the handler’s best efforts. Learn how to help your dog using controlled set-ups for success.