ABANDONMENT TRAINING DVD
by TRISH KING (DVD)Leash aggression is a common complaint. Presentation discusses which dogs are the right candidates and how to find them, how to prepare for the technique, how to do it and the follow ups. Madison, WI, 2004
ABC'S OF BEHAVIOR SHAPING; PROACTIVE BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenter, Ted Turner Large animal trainer, Ted Turner, entertainingly shares his extensive knowledge of behavioral science and learning theory with lots of real life examples from his more than 20 years of exotic animal training including at Sea World. These principles of learning are universal and apply to any training pursuit, including agility, competition obedience, pet dog manners and behavior modification, tracking and field work, freestyle, etc. This is a classic that every animal trainer will want to have in their library for reference and inspiration.
ADVANCED CANINE BEHAVIOR SEMINAR DVD
by Patricia McConnell This six DVD set is 10 hours devoted to the understanding of who dogs are and why they do what they do. The seminar emphasizes positive training techniques that combine ethology and learning theory to improve our relationships with our dogs.
AGGRESSION IN DOGS SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenter, Brenda Aloff No matter what your involvement with dogs, it is almost certain that at some point you will have to deal with the issue of aggression. Brenda addresses classification, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and the 'fix' protocols for working with aggression.
AM I SAFE? THE ART & SCIENCE OF CANINE BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENTS DVD SET
by Sarah Kalnajs Learn how to conduct behavior assessments including what to look for in the dog’s behavior, how to document areas of concern (forms and rating scales are included), and how to determine if problem areas can be improved using behavior modification techniques. Rescue groups and shelters will find this information successful and safe to apply.
Using a balanced mix of slides, videos and lots of hands-on demonstrations, McConnell provides fun, positive and effective ways to teach dogs to do what we ask, and to teach humans to make sense to dogs!
Please be aware that this is not an edited, produced video, but a tape of an actual seminar.
BREEDING BETTER DOGS DVD
by Carmelo Battaglia Easy to understand information on the basics of dog genetics and breeding programs. Clear charts and diagrams so you can set up your own breeding program.
CAMP REWARD FOR AGGRESSIVE DOGS DVD
by Pamela Dennison Watch "Bringing Light to Shadow: A Dog Trainer's Diary" author Pam Dennison in action! Clear, well-shot seminar footage shows Pam lecturing and working with owners of dogs with aggression problems.
CANINE FREESTYLE DVD
by Carolyn Scott Canine Freestyle is a dog sport in which training, teamwork, music and movement combine to create an artistic, choreographed performance highlighting the canine partner in a manner that celebrates the unique qualities of each individual dog. It is built upon the foundation of a positive working relationship between dog and handler team.
CANINE PERFORMANCE MEDICINE DVD
by Pat Perkins This DVD offers a full day workshop covering the role of pain in canine performance, basics of canine acupuncture, basics of canine chiropractic, pre-performance stretching routines, and what to do when chiropractic, acupuncture and exercise aren’t enough.
CANINE PLAY, INCLUDING ITS RELATIONSHIP TO AGGRESSION DVD
by Karen London Dr. London explains how following simple rules can prevent the escalation of play into aggression, the one unbreakable rule of dog-dog play, the benefits and risks of common games people play with their dogs, why play is such an important part of the relationship between people and dogs, and how play can be used to treat certain aggression cases.
CHICKEN CLICKER TRAINING SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenters, Lisa Dilling & Terry Ryan Students learn the basics of clicker training using chickens. You will be surprised at some of the tricks these feathered friends learn in such a short time!
CLASSICS OF TRAINING SEQUEL: TRAINING SOLUTIONS DVD SET
by Ted Turner This lecture is packed with answers to questions, includes solutions to specific training problems, and shows the practical application of behavior shaping techniques with live demonstrations and video examples.
C.A.T. is a functional approach to changing aggressive behavior. It acknowledges that the dog is already receiving reinforcement for aggression and sets up a procedure in which the same reinforcer that currently supports the aggression is arranged to follow only desirable, safe behaviors. As the procedure progresses, the ultimate outcome is a once-aggressive dog that is now friendly.
DEVELOPMENTS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenter, Ian Dunbar Sexual differentiation of social development. Puppy-adult relationships. The physical dominance myth and rampant lupomorphism applied to pet dog training, much more!
DIFFERENT BREEDS HAVE DIFFERENT NEEDS DVD
by Trish King Trish presents a comprehensive analysis on managing and training Bullies, Herding Dogs, Terriers and Guard Dogs using lecture, video footage and slides. This is a three DVD set taped in Novato, Calif April, 2008
DOG AGGRESSION: BITING DVD
by Ian Dunbar A detailed program of simple and effective behavior modification and temperament training techniques to prevent dog bites. Presented in seminar/lecture format.
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DOG AGGRESSION: FIGHTING DVD
by Ian Dunbar A thoughtful analysis of why dogs fight, commonsense preventative measures and a variety of practical remedial training techniques.
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DOG LANGUAGE SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenter, Roger Abrantes This classic lecture is a comprehensive introduction into the world of canine communication, based on Roger Abrantes’ book of the same name.
DOG MEETS DOG SEMINAR DVD
by Presenter, Trish King In this discussion, we talk about what dogs should be saying to other dogs, and what they are really saying, and what owners can and cannot do about it.
DOG-DOG AGGRESSION SEMINAR DVD
by Patricia McConnell Through demonstrations and lecture, videos and slides, Patricia shows the causes behind dog-dog aggression and demonstrates humane and effective techniques to treat it.
DOGS HAVE OWNERS, CATS HAVE STAFF SEMINAR DVD
by Patricia McConnell The seminar includes slides and lecture, a fascinating video comparison of shelter cats in an adoption room, and a hands-on demonstrations with a turkey-loving feline. Please be aware that this is not an edited, produced video, but a tape of an actual seminar.
DOGSTEPS - WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A DOG DVD
by Rachel Page Elliott The most complete information on canine gait and movement available in video format. Includes anatomical diagrams and film clips of still and moving x-rays which provide a look at bone and joint motion inside the dog. Illustrations throughout the DVD emphasize the importance of sound structure and show how serious deviations may affect efficiency and endurance.
FAMILY DOG ONE INSTRUCTOR'S SEMINAR DVD
by Marin Humane Society Trainers This seminar is intended for new trainers interested in teaching group classes, new private trainers, experienced trainers interested in learning additional training techniques and for those who are interested in developing skills to work with your own dogs. This is an excellent hands-on demonstration video presented by the trainers at the Marin Humane Society in Novato, California, 2008.
(4 DVDs) Document CD with the hand-media distributed at the seminar are included.
FOR THE LOVE OF A DOG SEMINAR DVD
by Patricia McConnell For the Love of a Dog: The Biology of Emotion in Two Species DVD brings Patricia McConnell into your living room, with a full-day seminar on emotions in dogs and people.
In this seminar, Patricia examines what emotions really are and how they affect behavior.
FRIGHTENED FIDOS SEMINAR DVD
by Presenter, Pia Silvani This lecture covers the possible causes of fear and how to determine what type of treatment plan to use.
FRONT AND REAR CROSSES DVD
by Stacy Peardot-Goudy This DVD covers all of the steps involved in teaching front and rear crosses. Stacy's training methods are appropriate for puppies, dogs that need to be retrained, and all stages in between.
Dr. Becker discusses in detail, the 4 types of nutrition, components of the Natural Fresh Food Diet, enemies of nutrition, the problems and consequences of feeding a biologically inappropriate diet along with therapeutic nutrition.
GETTING COMPLIANCE AND WORKING WITH DIFFICULT CLIENTS DVD
by Nicole Wilde (DVD) You will learn how to deal with know-it-all clients, “soft” clients, angry clients, and more. Gain insight as to what motivates specific personality types, and how to respond so as to make your training encounters flow smoothly.
In this training seminar, you will learn to improve the process by which you choose, add, change and maintain cues in animals you train.
IN-HOME PRIVATE TRAINING SEMINAR DVD
by Nicole Wilde From popular CPDT trainer Nicole Wilde! This seminar DVD is a treasure trove of information for current or aspiring dog trainers, focusing on skills needed to excel at private training.
13 hours, 6 DVDs. Includes the document CD of the sessions hand-outs.
LEADING THE PACK SYMPOSIUM DVD
by Ian Dunbar, Trish King, Kelly Ryan and Veronica Boutelle Eight DVD’s will be presented in separate topics listed as follows:
* Logistics & Liability with Veronica Boutelle 1 hr 15 min
* Rates, Packages, & Policies with Veronica Boutelle 1 hr 45 min
* Dog Training: Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow with Ian Dunbar 1 hr 45 min
* Developing Your Marketing Message with Veronica Boutelle 1 hr 15 min
* Developing Your Marketing Plan with Veronica Boutelle 1 hr 45 min
* Ethics for Dog Professionals with Kelly Ryan 1 hr 45 min
* Challenges of Working with Human Clients with Trish King 1 hr 45 min
* Avoiding Professional Burnout with Veronica Boutell 1 hr
MULTIPLE DOGS SEMINAR DVD
by Presenter, Trish King While having multiple dogs can be lots of fun, it can also present problems, whether it's choosing the wrong companions, managing them, or training them. In this workshop, discussion is on choosing wisely, maintaining a friendly pack, training individually and together, and trouble-shooting problems.
PREDATION IN FAMILY DOGS: PREDATION, PREDATORY DRIFT AND PREPAREDNESS SEMINAR DVD
by Jean Donaldson Learn about the newest thinking on how to solve difficult behavior problems like aggression by looking at genetics in this seminar presentation. Presenter Jean Donaldson is known for her ground-breaking book /Culture Clash/ which looks at how humans can live with dogs more harmoniously by understanding the real nature of dogs.
READING BETWEEN THE LINES SEMINAR DVD
by Patricia McConnell This half-day seminar presentation uses slides, videos and demonstrations of dogs on stage to help you "read" dogs so that you can predict and influence their behavior.
This is an excellent selection If you're truly interested in being able to speak canine.
SCAREDY DOG! SEMINAR DVD (BLUE COVER)
by Ali Brown If you're frustrated by your dog's lunging, barking and growling in certain environments, even though he's generally good natured, this DVD is the one you've been waiting for!
SIBLING RIVALRY SEMINAR DVD
by Presenter, Pia Silvani When the joy of living with more than one dog is replaced with a 24 hour referee job, one must sit down and think whether the constant conflict between resident dogs is taking a toll on the entire pack.
SILENT LANGUAGE (OF HUMANS) SEMINAR DVD SET
by Presenter, Roger Abrantes Human body language is also called non-verbal communication or the unspoken human language. Also explains how other species, especially canines, perceive our body language and may misunderstand it at times.
SIRIUS PUPPY TRAINING DVD
by Ian Dunbar Our best selling video! Fun to watch, easy to use techniques for pups and older dogs. Problem prevention and training information for the whole family.
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SOLVING THE MYSTERY: TAKING A HISTORY DVD
by Nicole Wilde (DVD) In this interactive seminar, you will learn how to set the stage for optimum information gathering; how to use neuro-linguistic programming techniques to put clients at ease; what non-verbal clues to watch for; what responses should send up red flags; what to ask, how to respond, and how/ not/ to respond; and how to interpret the information you receive.
TEACHING YOUR DOG TO SKATEBOARD DVD
by Bill Ryan Learn how to teach your dog to skateboard in easy to follow steps. Be the first to visit the park with your dog skateboarding beside you.
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ANIMAL TRAINING DVD
by Bob Bailey 5 hours of instruction with one of the most highly regarded animal trainers in the world! Bob has the incredible knack of taking complex concepts and making them understandable and practical for trainers. Learn how operant conditioning and clicker training can help you get the behaviors you want.
THE MAGIC OF SHAPING DVD- EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES
by Pamela Dennison With shaping, your timing and creativity will improve, you will become better at recognizing small approximations and learn how and when to raise criteria--or when not to raise criteria, when to try something different, end a particular session and when to keep going.
This is a two part menu driven DVD set that begins with beginning Shaping to Intermediate shaping. The second DVD covers Advanced shaping techniques.
THE THIRD WAY 4-DVD SET
by Chris Bach Attend Chris's seminar in your own home! You'll see "The Third Way" clearly demonstrated in these DVDs.
by Steve White The six DVDs include lecture, video presentations, power point graphics, and hands-on tracking instruction. There are at least two methods each for tracking, article identification and scent discrimination.
TRAINING THE EXTREME DOGS DVD
by Sandy Rogers Sandy's presentation addresses how to keep the "extreme dogs" safe and motivated with easy-to-learn training tips and tricks. Including are Sandy's tips useful for working with a very small or a very large dog.
This DVD is a live recording of a presentation done at the 2007 Clean Run Instructor Conference.
WHEN GOOD DOGS GO BAD DVD
by Pamela Reid Dogs behave aggressively for countless reasons, sometimes the behavior can be labeled as abnormal or pathological but, in other forms, the behavior may be socially adaptive and perfectly appropriate to a dog. so, not surprising, our attempts to deal with aggressive behavior can meet with widely inconsistent results.