Put yourself in the role of the horse
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Ep 71: How are you doing? Before you answer that question, I'd like you to pretend that you are a horse. What's the first image that comes to mind? An Arabian? A racehorse? An overworked driving horse? During this podcast, I share with you my idea that maybe it is helpful if we view our situations from a slightly different angle.  It is also interesting to sometimes use the horse training techniques on OURSELVES.  Are you rocking the teeter-totter? Are you working the emotional AND physical cycles? Where are you getting your release from pressure? What other lessons could you bring to your life that you see with horses?

The Bitey End of the Dog
The Bitey End of the Dog
Michael Shikashio CDBC
Trish McMillan MSc, CDBC, CCBC, CPDT-KA
T*his episode is the season finale for The Bitey End of the Dog, and I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for listening, sharing the podcast, and for your wonderful feedback! It has been an incredible experience for me to chat with such amazing and enlightening guests.  With that being said, stay tuned for Season 2 where I will be bringing on some more fascinating experts from around the world to talk about all things aggression. Season 2 will be launching early 2021. In this episode, I chat with my good friend and colleague, Trish McMillan about some very necessary, and sobering topics that need to be discussed in the dog training, rescue, and shelter world, and I hope this podcast can allow for some self-reflection  within our industry. * *And this episode is sponsored by **AggressiveDog.com**, where you can find a variety of educational offerings with a focus on helping dogs with aggression, including the Aggression in Dogs Master Course, the most comprehensive course available anywhere in the world on helping dogs with aggression, and The Aggression in Dogs Conference, a three day virtual event happening from Oct. 2-4, 2020 with ten amazing speakers, all experts in their field.  You can find out more about the conference by going to **thelooseleashacademy.com**. September 28th, 2020 is the** last day** to register for the conference. Trish McMillan MSc, CDBC, CCBC, CPDT-KA **https://trishmcmillan.com** *Trish McMillan is a certified professional dog trainer (through CCPDT),  certified dog behavior consultant and associate certified cat behavior consultant (through IAABC) who holds a Master’s degree in Animal Behavior from the University of Exeter in England.  She specializes in training and behavior modification work using positive reinforcement with dogs, cats, and horses. During her seven years with the ASPCA, Trish gained a wide variety of experience in the field of animal behavior.  For three years she was the director of the animal behavior department at the ASPCA’s New York City shelter, helping staff, volunteers, and adopters work with animals and make great matches.  Trish has also helped assess and rehabilitate animals from cruelty, hoarding, and dogfighting cases, as well as pets rescued from natural disasters. In addition to writing for the ASPCA’s Virtual Pet Behaviorist and other publications, she helped create and present several very popular webinars on dog and cat behavior and handling for the ASPCA Pro website. Trish also co-chairs the Shelter Behavior division of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants and runs an online shelter behavior mentorship through IAABC twice a year. Show Notes Links: The Perils of Placing Marginal Dogs ASPCA Position Statement
54 min
Controlled Aggression
Controlled Aggression
Jerry Bradshaw
Fixing Grip Issues in Sport and Police Dogs
In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw discusses: * How the grip can vary depending on the sport you’re training for. * What it means to have a bad grip and why different ways bad grip may manifest. * Teaching your dog to be unsatisfied with any bite that is not at the back of the mouth. * Teaching the basic fundamentals from a young age, including social interaction and teaching the dog to work with other trainers. * Taking the proper time through progressions and not pushing too hard too fast. Key Takeaways: * A firm grip is more important than a calm grip. We want the dog to default to a full grip, all the way back to the back teeth. * Genetics provides a capacity, but the training can enhance or ruin what the genetics are bringing to the table. * Give your dog something challenging to bite. A lot of busy grips come from a failure to challenge the grip and give the dog something they can bite successfully. * Challenging the grip is one of the most important things you can do as you go through your training progressions. "The firmness, the fullness, the hardness, those are the things that really determine the grip." — Jerry Bradshaw Get Jerry's book Controlled Aggression on Amazon.com Contact Jerry: Website: controlledaggressionpodcast.com Tarheel Canine Training: www.tarheelcanine.com Youtube: tarheelcanine Twitter: @tarheelcanine Instagram: @tarheelk9 Facebook: TarheelCanineTraining Protection Sports Website: psak9-as.org Patreon: patreon.com/controlledaggression Slideshare: Tarheel Canine Sponsors: ALM K9 Equipment: almk9equipment.com PSA & American Schutzhund: psak9-as.org Tarheel Canine: tarheelcanine.com Train Hard, train smart, be safe. Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
1 hr 8 min
Der Welpentrainer - Der Podcast mit André Vogt
Der Welpentrainer - Der Podcast mit André Vogt
André Vogt
08: „Wer geht da mit wem? So läuft dein Hund immer an lockerer Leine!“
Einen Hund an der Leine zu führen ist eigentlich eine der unnatürlichsten Anforderungen, die ein Besitzer an seinen Vierbeiner stellen kann. Und trotzdem ist die Leine natürlich ein unabdingbares Hilfsmittel für uns Menschen und für unsere Hunde. Egal ob im Straßenverkehr, in der Fußgängerzone oder bei der Hundebegegnung: Eine Leine ist das wichtigste Ausstattungsutensil. Das Problem: Bei den wenigsten Haltern funktioniert das „Locker an der Leine gehen“ tatsächlich und damit sind dann auch schnell alle Vorteile der Leine hin. Da springen Hunde an der Leine rum, zerren oder halten ständig zum schnüffeln an. Dabei kann es so einfach sein, seinen Hund spielerisch an die Leine zu gewöhnen – und das auch noch im höheren Alter. Deshalb spricht Deutschlands bekanntester Welpentrainer André Vogt in dieser Folge seines Podcasts über die perfekte Vorgehensweise die Leinenführigkeit zu trainieren und erklärt, wie man die schlimmsten Fehler abstellt oder direkt vermeidet! Und wer wäre da als Experte besser geeignet als jemand, der mit seinem Welpen solche Erfahrungen ständig erlebt: Influencer Florian Buchholz ist mit seiner französischen Bulldogge Carlos natürlich wie immer mit am Start. Außerdem zu Gast Eva Birkenholz: Als Assistentin von André Vogt zählt die Hundetrainerin die Leinenführigkeit zu ihren Lieblingsaufgaben und berichtet aus ihren Hunden von Unterrichtsstunde, wie das Problem mit der Leine künftig zum Kinderspiel wird.
1 hr 5 min
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