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Greetings / Jumping
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Puppies

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE – PUPPY CULTURE

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE – PUPPY CULTURE

Young puppies sleep a great deal of the time; in fact, some will sleep as much as 16-to-18 hours a day.

Puppy Schedule: Daily Routine for New Puppies

The first few weeks with your new puppy are the time to start establishing good behaviors. Here's how from AKC's dog training experts.

Kidnapped From Planet Dog - Whole Dog Journal

Kidnapped From Planet Dog - Whole Dog Journal

Sometimes new owners tell me getting a puppy was supposed to be fun, but all I feel is stress. Here's what new owners need to remember.

Kidnapped From Planet Dog - Whole Dog Journal

Kidnapped From Planet Dog - Whole Dog Journal

Sometimes new owners tell me getting a puppy was supposed to be fun, but all I feel is stress. Here's what new owners need to remember.

Stop Poking Grandma! What's Fair Between Older Dogs & Puppies - Suzanne Clothier/Carpe Canem Inc.

Stop Poking Grandma! What’s Fair Between Older Dogs & Puppies

“Help me! I’m being poked and I can’t get up!” she cries. The kid pokes her again, laughs; he’s having a ball. She swings ineffectively at […]

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy - Suzanne Clothier/Carpe Canem Inc.

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy

Note: This article originally appeared in the newsletter of the Siberian Husky Club of America. Not too long ago, I read about a study that showed […]

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy - Suzanne Clothier/Carpe Canem Inc.

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy

Note: This article originally appeared in the newsletter of the Siberian Husky Club of America. Not too long ago, I read about a study that showed […]

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy - Suzanne Clothier/Carpe Canem Inc.

It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy

Note: This article originally appeared in the newsletter of the Siberian Husky Club of America. Not too long ago, I read about a study that showed […]

Stop Poking Grandma! What's Fair Between Older Dogs & Puppies - Suzanne Clothier/Carpe Canem Inc.

Stop Poking Grandma! What’s Fair Between Older Dogs & Puppies

“Help me! I’m being poked and I can’t get up!” she cries. The kid pokes her again, laughs; he’s having a ball. She swings ineffectively at […]

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I love shaping as much as the next trainer — but I occasionally come across a dog who does better with luring and prompting (including my own young dog, Levi). So I combined a few concepts I've seen elsewhere and used what I'm calling "Restrained Release" to teach him a targeting behavior.

Treibball: Restrained Release Target Part 2 Levi (fading cookie)

I love shaping as much as the next trainer — but I occasionally come across a dog who does better with luring and prompting (including my own young dog, Levi). So I combined a few concepts I've seen elsewhere and used what I'm calling "Restrained Release" to teach him a targeting behavior.

Focus On Me! - Jazz Up and Settle Down #MinWinDog - YouTube

Focus On Me! - Jazz Up and Settle Down #MinWinDog

Focus On Me! - Jazz Up and Settle Down #MinWinDog - YouTube

Teach Dog to Stop Barking - Treatpouch.com - YouTube

Teach Dog to Stop Barking - Treatpouch.com

Teach Dog to Stop Barking - Treatpouch.com - YouTube

Cats

How to Introduce a Cat to a Dog Household: A Trainer's Expert Guide

How to Introduce a Cat to a Dog Household: A Step-by-Step Guide

Professional dog trainer, Shoshi Parks, gives a step-by-step explanation of how to introduce a cat to a dog household, based on her personal experience.

Cat & Dog Introductions - Slow and Steady Does It - Cold Nose College

Cat & Dog Introductions - Slow and Steady Does It - Cold Nose College

Oh how fortunate we were decades ago when introducing new dogs to existing cats and new cats to existing dogs in the home. No need to tell you all the things we did wrong. Let me just say I’m very thankful Lady Luck intervened so that in the end everyone was happy and able to... [Read More]

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Learning Theory / Training Tips / Training Methods

By: Melissa Kolmar, CPDT-KA We’re going to delve a little into science today and talk about operant conditioning and positive reinforcement. One of the major learning theories is Operant Conditioning. ...

Let's Talk Positive Reinforcement - New Dawn ABC

By: Melissa Kolmar, CPDT-KA We’re going to delve a little into science today and talk about operant conditioning and positive reinforcement. One of the major learning theories is Operant Conditioning. ...

The Four Quadrants of Operant Conditioning | My ClickerExpo … | Flickr

The Four Quadrants of Operant Conditioning

My ClickerExpo experience: boogiebt.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/notes-from-clickerexpo-... *UPDATE: Negative Reinforcement isn't necessarily BAD. Some trainers say that it should be "removing" bad stuff, as opposed to "delaying" bad stuff, in which case it can be a good thing for the dog (example: BAT, where "distance from the trigger" is the functional reward) In this illustration, I used the definitions offered in the Clicker Training 101 seminar (Cecelie Koste) that I attended. I may change…

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Fetch /Retrieve and Give/ Drop

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Recall / Come / Here

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For Trainers

Laura Donaldson, PhD, CDBC, KPA CTPCertified Dog Behavior Consultant, IAABC Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner

Four Paws, Four Directions Dog Training & Behavior Consulting LLC

Laura Donaldson, PhD, CDBC, KPA CTPCertified Dog Behavior Consultant, IAABC Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner

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Misc Behavior

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Moving with Dogs: Everything You Need to Know - Whole Dog Journal

Moving to a new house regardless of whether it's down the street or across the country is stressful for anyone, but for dogs it can be especially confusing and upsetting. I just moved my three dogs (ages 16 years to 21 months, 10 pounds to 100 pounds) from New York City to Portland, Oregon. The move has been a bit hectic, but my biggest priority has been creating stability and consistency for my dogs.

The Top 6 Dog Parenting Mistakes, According to a Veterinarian – This Dogs Life

The Top 6 Dog Parenting Mistakes, According to a Veterinarian

Are you guilty of making one of these mistakes?

Canine Cognition / Ethology / Neuroanatomy

s “reciprocal inhibition.” Most often (but not always), this process involves offsetting anxious, tense responses with deep muscle relaxation and creative visualization. Wolpe’s model of reciprocal inhibition has become the preferred approach for treating phobias and other fear-related anxieties in humans. Perhaps the most iconic version of reciprocal inhibition for dogs is Jean Donaldson’s (2009) “open bar/closed bar” technique, which she describes as “counterconditioning without…

Cognitively Modified Counterconditioning | The IAABC Journal Fall 2017

by Laura Donaldson PhD. How can dog trainers and behavior consultants fold insights from cognitive neuroscience into their everyday professional practice?

The Cognitive Revolution and Everyday Dog Training: The Case of “Look at That” - The IAABC Journal - Spring 2017

The Cognitive Revolution and Everyday Dog Training: The Case of “Look at That” - The IAABC Journal - Spring 2017

The cognitive revolution has reached beyond the behavior lab and into dog training classes. Here's how it's informed one well-known protocol for reactivity.

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Breeders

Goldendoodle Puppies - Golden Retriever Puppies

Goldendoodle Puppies - Golden Retriever Puppies

Goldendoodle Puppies - Golden Retriever Puppies

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Trailblazers: First-Time Westminster Best in Show Winners

Ch Great Elms Prince Charming, II, a Pomeranian, won in 1988. Source: American Kennel Club Archives

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Trailblazers: First-Time Westminster Best in Show Winners

Ch Great Elms Prince Charming, II, a Pomeranian, won in 1988. Source: American Kennel Club Archives

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Some dogs hate being alone so much they tip over into full-blown anxiety. They’re not just unhappy that you’ve left them. They’re in a panic. But how do you know which it is? Are they disappointed you left them, or are they freaking out? It’s not as easy to tell as you might think. But there are some telltale signs.

Partying or panicking? How to be a separation anxiety sleuth - Julie Naismith | SubThreshold Separation Anxiety Training

Some dogs hate being alone so much they tip over into full-blown anxiety. They’re not just unhappy that you’ve left them. They’re in a panic. But how do you know which it is? Are they disappointed you left them, or are they freaking out? It’s not as easy to tell as you might think. But there are some telltale signs.

NAIL TRIMS - part 1/3: counterconditioning & desensitization to tools and handling - YouTube

NAIL TRIMS - part 1/3: counterconditioning & desensitization to tools and handling

NAIL TRIMS - part 1/3: counterconditioning & desensitization to tools and handling - YouTube

My Dog Is Afraid Of The Vaccum! What Can I Do To Make It Less Scary?

My Dog Is Afraid Of The Vaccum! What Can I Do To Make It Less Scary?

The vacuum cleaner is a fearsome foe for many dogs, but there are a few things you can do to help Fido learn to tolerate the loud machine - we'll show you!

Understanding Dog-Dog Sociability | Paws Abilities

Understanding Dog-Dog Sociability

Recently, my young dog, Pan, snarked at another young dog at a playgroup event. It was entirely my fault: I didn’t set Pan up for success. [It was also absolutely embarrassing, since I was we…

The Dominance Controversy – Dr. Sophia Yin

Download the Chapter on Dominance vs Unruly Behavior

Dominance ChapterThanks for visiting Dr. Sophia Yin's animal behavior website. To learn the myths and facts about dominance in dogs as well as how wolf behavior relates to our understanding of dogs, download Chapter 2 of Low Stress Handling and Restraint of Dogs & Cats by clicking the link below.

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE – PUPPY CULTURE

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE

APPROPRIATE EXERCISE – PUPPY CULTURE

Fluffy Dog Problems: Dremeling Dog Nails

Fluffy Dog Problems: Dremeling Dog Nails

This easy trick will make dremeling dog nails easier for fluffy dog owners.

Young puppies sleep a great deal of the time; in fact, some will sleep as much as 16-to-18 hours a day.

Puppy Schedule: Daily Routine for New Puppies

The first few weeks with your new puppy are the time to start establishing good behaviors. Here's how from AKC's dog training experts.

Trigger Stacking and Understanding Its Role in Training - Rescued By Training

Trigger Stacking and Understanding Its Role in Training - Rescued By Training

Did you ever just have a really bad day, where everything seemed to go wrong? Your alarm didn’t go off, you were rushing around to get ready for work, you spilled your coffee, your toast got burned, you forgot to grab your lunch, your shoe lace broke, you couldn’t find your keys, you hit …

Trigger Stacking and Understanding Its Role in Training - Rescued By Training

Trigger Stacking Infographic - Rescued By Training

Trigger Stacking and Understanding Its Role in Training - Rescued By Training

fear in dogs series Archives - Rescued By Training

Fear in Dogs: Bad Experiences - Rescued By Training

This is the third installment in my Fear in Dogs series discussing the various ways dogs can acquire fear. This week, I’m talking about the most commonly known (and assumed) way dogs get fear, through bad experiences. When I have a fear and aggression consult, an overwhelming number of people will tell me they …

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Fear in Dogs Infographic - Rescued By Training

Fear in Dogs-01

Fear in Dogs-01

Fear in Dogs Infographic - Rescued By Training

Fear in Dogs-01

Counter Conditioning - Don't make the simple mistake - YouTube

Counter Conditioning - Don't make the simple mistake

Counter Conditioning - Don't make the simple mistake - YouTube

STOP puppy BITING clothes - YouTube

STOP puppy BITING clothes

STOP puppy BITING clothes - YouTube

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Thanksgiving Pet Safety