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.

Webinar TALKS WITH DOGS

Webinar  TALKS WITH DOGS: How Our Body Language Affects Our Communication with Dogs Canine body language is fascinating! Books and…

Training Equals Conversation

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

WEBINAR: IS THIS A GOOD TIME? Evaluations, Assessments & Functionality

This webinar will encourage you to think about assessments and testing in deeper ways, including knowing what you need to know, defining your criteria, and scaling the responses and behaviors you observe. Suzanne’s legendary observation skills and whole-dog approach, plus her FAT app, gives you new tools to understand the dogs in your life.

Assessing behavior and evaluating a dog can be challenging! So many factors play a role in the dog’s behavior that it can be difficult to distinguish a response to environmental or social triggers from a true temperament response or behavior pattern. When we carefully assess function as a reflection of well-being, we have a better sense of how that dog is doing.

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.

My Hypothesis Is . . .

Consider yourself a scientist doing research. Turns out, in many ways, every time we interact with a dog, we are…