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I zdezerterował wraz bohaterek już swoim miejscu którą musi jest that's all for nothing if you 't practice. Like you, your dog can't be expected to remember everything he's learned if he never practices. Make sure that you keep up with training, and not just during the puppy phase. You should be practicing with your dog for the rest of his life, and he'll appreciate the mental stimulation well into old age. What other mistakes have you seen people make when training their dogs? Let us know the comments below! Free Member Webinar Presented by Nanan CEUs: PPAB 1, CCPDT 1 By building a positive conditioned response to a particular implement and following a good desensitization plan, trainers can help even dogs who are fearful about nail care. Even better, trainers can coach owners through the process effectively, giving them the opportunity to create a lifetime of cooperative care. We'll cover why DS is often necessary and how to walk through the process effectively, by being mindful of body language and working at the dog's pace. We'll also cover nail and paw anatomy, that even those most shy about nail care can become comfortable with it! Objectives Gain understanding of why nail care can be difficult for some dogs Learn why the +CER building process is important to the process Walk through a desensitization process, and be able to teach clients how to do the same Gain understanding of paw and nail anatomy and why nail maintenance is important to dogs' health Nanan CTC, CPDT- is the co-founder of a company which provides education and digital solutions to dog owners, force-free dog pros and organizations. She is a graduate of The Academy for Dog Trainers, where she is also a staff member and is the founder of Your Pit Bull and You, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting pit bulls a positive light. Free Member Webinar Part 3 Presented by Martiya CEUs: PPAB 1, CCPDT IAABC This webinar is for people introducing positive reinforcement training to their equines that are struggling with equine that either refuses the foods they're offering or won't perform any behaviors. We be covering various reasons why equine seem unmotivated to learn and solutions to this problem, including choosing the right foods, setting up the environment, and working with what the equine can offer on his her own. Objective Understand why your equine might not seem motivated to learn via positive reinforcement. Learn why your equine might not accept food from your hand. Learn why your equine touches the target a few times, then walks away. How to motivate your equine and set him her up for success. About Your Presenter Martiya Martiya began learning about animal behavior and training 2013, she started out as a certified dog trainer through Animal Behavior College, before re-discovering a passion for horses. 2014, she started equine coaching business, Dragon Horsemanship, with the intention of helping people learn to use positive reinforcement with their equines. The more immersed herself the equine world, the more she recognized a desperate need for better education equine behavior and training, 2017, she approached Tudge with the idea of starting equine committee for the PPG, with the goal of reaching and educating more people on these subjects. Presented by Phillips CEUs: PPAB 1 CCPDT This presentation take a brief look at some of the games, strategies and techniques used when teaching gundogs with force-free methods and clicker training but is also relevant to anyone who would like to teach their dog or their clients' dogs how to develop good focus and concentration while building a better relationship through play. Learning Objectives Learn the foundations that enable a dog to develop good focus and concentration, memory skills and techniques to encourage decision making Learn how to establish some of the basic foundation behaviours and build a lifelong partnership Learn about some of the myths of the gundog world and enable teachers, coaches and instructors to encourage pet owners of gundogs to engage a variety of activities involving play. Your Presenter Phillips Phillips is the owner of the Clicker Gundog Training Centre Evesham, Worcestershire, UK. She is also a qualified teacher, has been working dogs the field for over 30 years, and has been breeding Hungarian vizslas since 1998. As a result, she has extensive understanding of living with and working with hunting dogs. She holds a distinction Certificate Canine Training and Behaviour from Warwickshire College, UK, and has taught the same course at two levels for six years. She has also obtained the Learning about Dogs clicker trainers' competency assessment program levels 1 and 3 with distinction and is active assessor for the scheme. Alongside this she trained with renowned trainer for many years and has taught a variety of clicker training workshops. Her focus is on promoting the use of positive reinforcement training techniques and strategies within gundog training and field sports general. is the author of the popular Clicker Gundog training book, which focuses on learning how to develop a partnership using -depth reinforcement strategies. Over the last 10 years she has developed, through Clicker Gundog, a range of workshops and seminars to help teach these skills to both the handler and the dog. Presented by Dr. Dodds CEUs: PPAB 1, CCPDT 1 Vaccine -Related Issues Modern vaccine technology has permitted us to protect companion animals effectively against serious infectious diseases. However, the challenge to produce effective and