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Welcome to the Canine Conversations Podcast: where we’re positively obsessed with behavior. Join certified dog trainers as we discuss case studies, explore training concepts, and interview experts in the field of behavior. The hosts of this show include Marissa Martino, owner of Paws and Reward Dog Training in Boulder, CO, Ursa Acree, a co-owner of Canis Major Dog Training in Denver, CO, and lastly, Kayla Fratt, the owner of Journey Dog Training, a remote, online business. Canineconvos.com
 
Horse health, behavior, training, competition. Join Friends on Horses with a variety of guests. If you want open conversations about everything “horse” from barefoot trimming and the latest in training, to rider fitness and horse nutrition, this is your hitching post. English, Western, whatever you do Friends on Horses doesn't discriminate.So have a listen and get ready to be saddled with information, these chicks don’t horse around… well maybe a little.
 
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Ursa is leaving the podcast for new and exciting endeavors. But before she goes, we're tackling a Patreon question and another round of HOT TAKES! Patron Question Answered: “In episode 34 you talked about using chasing squirrels as a reward for your dogs. Kayla said this made Barely more desperately want to chase squirrels but Marissa said this mad…
 
Today we’re talking to Hannah Branigan about cueing versus shaping in your training sessions. Now this might sound a bit nerdy - and it probably will be - but it’s actually really important for novice trainers! I know I personally got stuck on this a lot when I was starting out as a new trainer. And Hannah is EXACTLY who I wanted to talk to about t…
 
Kayla and Ursa provide updates on their life and play another quick round of hot takes. They take turns pulling a topic from a hat, then they have 3 minutes to give their thoughts on it – then the other person has 2 minutes to add their thoughts. Hot takes covered: Praise based training Head collars Vibration collars--- This episode is sponsored by…
 
Discussed in this episode: Creating plans for non-trainer dog handlers Working with clients vs working with conservation problems Elephant migration Chimpanzee project Remote conservation vs captive conservation How to get involved with conservation training Working with detection dogs Using the “all clear procedure” Maintaining enthusiasm in “no f…
 
Kayla and Ursa return for another Hot Takes. They take turns pulling a topic from a hat, then they have 3 minutes to give their thoughts on it - then the other person has 2 minutes to add their thoughts. Remember, you can now support the podcast through Patreon for as little as $3/month! Patrons can submit questions, which we’ll answer at the end o…
 
In this podcast we discuss how Freedom Based Training Works, answer listener questions, and hear about Elsa's most recent training adventure. Elsa Sinclair wanted to know if she could train a wild horse without props, gadgets or restraints. Would a horse eventually choose to let her ride them? This was the beginning of a new training method, Freedo…
 
Horse Nutrition questions answered! Jana Hunter is a Horse Nutritionist and Trimmer. Jana talks about how supplements can improve your horses health when balanced properly and where we are missing the mark. She explains how hay analysis works, why it is important, and what the horse owner should do with that information. This episode is packed with…
 
Kayla speaks to Rebecca Hintz of Wintegrity K9 in Vacaville CA about deciding where to get a puppy. For the purpose of this episode, we are only comparing getting a dog from a responsible breeder versus a shelter. We are not discussing getting a dog from a pet store, online marketplace, grocery store lot, or backyard breeder because we do not suppo…
 
In today’s episode, Kayla hopped on the line with Marissa, our former co-host. On the show, we discussed how to provide your dog with the necessary daily enrichment while also taking into consideration what you need from the relationship as a pet parent. We share 6 different ways you can meet your dog’s needs along with a list of questions to consi…
 
1.20 – Ryan introduces Adele Shaw and her bio that is driven by her passion for horses. 3.22 - Adele thanks Ryan and they discuss the challenges that occurred at the start of 2020. 6.00 – Ryan aske Adele to take us back to where she first started her journey with positive reinforcement training. 11.55 – Adele explains the particular problems that s…
 
Kate Neligan started out as an Atheist who later went on to achieve a Masters in Spiritual Psychology. She then received a Certification in Equine Experiential Education. In her new career she integrated animal communication into her clients healing process. Kate used to work in the film industry as a studio executive and left that behind to help o…
 
1:25 - Shelley Introduces JR Henderson and his feline friends! 3:20 - JR Thanks Shelley for having him on the podcast today. 4:00 - Shelley asks JR to talk about his life beyond training and how it links across to his animal training world. 1015 - Shelley asks JR if there is an example where he has become more musical with his cues to help the anim…
 
4:25 - Sean discusses brave learning and how it has enabled him to be resilient through many challenges 9:00 - Sean explains how his desire to learn developed with direct feedback and reinforcement, and how he learnt the difference between education and learning. 13:30 - Sean describes his first experience of using a clicker and his first step into…
 
This episode dives into the ins and outs of hoof health. Whether or not you are into barefoot trimming doesn't matter. You will leave this episode understanding your horses feet better. The Hoof Geeks are contagiously passionate, which makes the episode so much fun. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! Learn more about the Hoof Geeks Here: www.h…
 
4:40 - Ryan asks Amy to take us back to when she started with training with positive reinforcement. 9:30 - Ryan and Amy discuss her PhD further and the questions that were raised through her PhD and how her research resulted in studying and researching studies involving children. 15:40 - Amy explains that the approach at UC Berkeley was focused aro…
 
1:20 – Shelly introduces Lee Stone detailing her journey through from behavioural training with dogs to working with parrots 3:35 – Shelley asks Lee to talk about her life experiences outside of training and how they have impacted her animal training life. 6:00 – Shelley and Lee discuss some specific strategies that she shares with her clients to h…
 
4:30 - Veronica shares the experience of her first dog and the training journey through different dog schools until she was able to find one to help her with her reactive dog. 10:00 - Veronica explains how she became sick with the neurological condition Generalized Dystonia and her life came to a halt. 12:20 - Veronica explains how she became inter…
 
Shelby Sword, of White Swan Lake Outfitters, walks us through what it's like running a horse lead hunting operation. Learn what it takes to train horses for these types of expeditions and listen to stories about working with inexperienced riders on 10 hour mountain rides. Also, Shelby gives us the lowdown on how getting your hunting license works f…
 
6:28 – Shelly asks Ryan his first question and asks him about his life outside of the animal training world and how it has influenced his work and vice versa. 13:23 – Ryan discusses the four books that have greatly influenced his world and including his daily life and his animal training career. How to win Friends and Influence People. Crucial Conv…
 
4:45 – Kiki explains how she began on her path to animal training. 11:45 – Shelley asks more about the online Masters program that Kiki chose to complete and her experience. 18:25 – Kiki shares a recent training related challenge and what she learned from it. 35:55 – Kiki shares another training experience with which she was particularly proud of c…
 
3:30 – Shelly asks Josephine to share her education and work background and how it lead her to the animal training community. 16:40 – Shelley highlights that Josephine mentioned PORTL and asks her to explain a little more about what it is. 19:00 – Shelley asks Josephine to speak more on how she began on her path to working in the conservation world…
 
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