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The Dog's Way Podcast, with professional dog trainer Sean McDaniel, deals with practical dog obedience for real life situations. Sean gives you underlying theory and practical training assignments based in a more naturalistic dog training philosophy to help you solve the most common dog behavior issues. Sean shares his experience from over fifteen years of working with clients and their dogs, dealing with behavior modification, functional dog obedience issues and everyday dog training issues ...
 
Hello and welcome to the K9 Conservationists podcast, where we’re positively obsessed with conservation detection dogs! Join us every other week as we discuss detection dogs, ecology, conservation, dog behavior, training, and much more. K9 Conservationists is hosted by Kayla Fratt, CDBC and founder of K9 Conservationists. She trains dogs to detect data and lives with 2 working border collies, Barley and Niffler. Support the work we do at patreon.com/canineconvos.
 
The Brandon McMillan Podcast is a weekly podcast that covers training/behavior topics, conversations with guests, and will keep you current with trending animal topics. Brandon McMillan is a professional animal trainer who has spent his entire life learning about and working with all types of animals. When Hollywood's top A-listers need help with their out of control dogs, Brandon is the one they call.
 
Ty and Joe Go to the Dogs is a dog training show by two veteran dog trainers Ty Brown and Joe Tomsich. The show contains interviews, instruction, and entertainment related to training Man's Best Friend. Listen in to learn about puppy training, fixing aggressive dogs, dog behavior, behavior modification, interviews from other dog training experts, and so much more.
 
Welcome to the Enlightened by Dogs podcast…where training and behavior meet Heart and Soul for an inspirational and educational journey. Each week, we’ll take a dive deep into the human-dog connection and explore strategies that will inspire you to create legendary, enlightened partnership with your dog. Kathy Kawalec has always had a deep resounding connection with dogs and she has devoted her life to being their voice in a world where not many are TRULY listening. Her lifelong journey led ...
 
The Dog Savant Podcast features celebrity dog trainer Brett Endes. Brett is the star of The Untrainables series featured on Facebook Watch and has been a professional dog trainer/problem behavior specialist for over 25 years. Enter the mind of the Dog Savant as Brett shares his thoughts on dog ownership, current events/philosophy, and his unique life as a Los Angeles dog trainer. Learn how to understand your dog and solve their behavior problems utilizing Brett’s unique and proven way of tra ...
 
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When it comes to reactive dog behavior, it can feel like you’ve tried just about everything, and nothing seems to work. A reactive dog can put a huge strain on your relationships with your beloved pets. It can significantly impact the quality of a dog’s life as well as your own. Traditional training is what many people turn to. But if that doesn’t …
 
In this episode, we discuss the process of certifying professional dog trainers, as the CCPDT sees it, the advantages of certification, where the CCPDT stands on regulation in the training industry, and why and what they are doing about it. For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/138 This podcast is supported by Patreon: www.patr…
 
You may think that you’re listening to your dog’s wants and needs, but listening isn’t always what you think it is. We all want to do what’s best for our dogs. However, sometimes, in the quest for a successful relationship, we can get stuck pursuing traditional training methods that just aren’t working. The reality is, truly listening to your dog c…
 
In this episode, we discuss what is the value of having someone watch your training session, what is the value of watching someone else's training session, when watching a training session, what do you look for?, the difference in skills between doing a thing and talking about a thing, the challenge of being neutral when observing, improving your c…
 
For the final episode of Canine Conversations before we transition fully to K9 Conservationists, we're talking about consent with Erin Jones. We cover what consent is, why it is important, and how you get - and maintain - a dog’s consent to participate in training or a behavior treatment plan. Links Mentioned in the Episode Genealogy of Obedience E…
 
We often think about success as external. But what internal work happens on the way to achieving a brilliant partnership? Your mindset can be a powerful guide on the path to a happy lifestyle with your dog. But there are many factors that influence how you think, feel, and respond in any given situation. Most of the time, this happens on the uncons…
 
In this episode, we discuss bad training sessions can happen for a lot of reasons, be kind to yourself (beating yourself up won't help you do better training in the future), fault is the wrong thing to focus on (you are responsible for the training session, yes, but there is a difference between fault and responsibility), do you know what went wron…
 
Are the activities you do with your dog really meeting both your needs? Both you and your dog are social beings. You have socialization and intellectual stimulation needs that you have the power to fulfill. But we often make mistakes about how to socialize our dogs and the engagement that we have with them. In this episode of Enlightened By Dogs, K…
 
When your emotional pathway is clear and balanced, you’re primed for connecting and co-regulating with your dog. But finding balance isn’t always easy. So, what tools can you use to help restore emotional balance in your partnership? In this Enlightened By Dogs episode, Kathy shares how you can use flower essences to find balance when you’re experi…
 
Hello and welcome to the K9 Conservationists Podcast! We've got a new name! As our loyal listeners know, we recently lost my beloved cohost Ursa. After giving it a LOT of thought, I've decided to pivot the focus of this podcast. Rather than focusing broadly on dog behavior, the K9 Conservationists podcast will focus on the field of conservation det…
 
There are five key pillars that all social animals need to connect and thrive. These five elements build trust between you and your dog, and bring you back into balance when things start to go awry – so they’re crucial for maintaining a partnership lifestyle! But what are they? The five pillars are to be safe, to be connected, to belong, to be hear…
 
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…
 
In the world of dog behavior, there’s a lot of talk about “impulse control”. But what is causing these impulses, and what’s the best way to approach “controlling” them? In this episode of Enlightened By Dogs, Kathy turns the idea of “impulse control” upside down and inside out! Instead of trying to control impulses, Kathy explores how you can use y…
 
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…
 
If your dog is displaying difficult behavior and not cooperating, it may make you feel like your dog is deliberately giving you a hard time. But the truth is, your dog is having a hard time! When you have these negative thoughts about how your dog reacts to you, it leads to trust leaks in your partnership. But there are ways to turn your thinking a…
 
In this episode, we discuss the difference between normal awareness and hypervigilance, how anxious dogs perceive their environment, how to play the Look at That game (LAT), the way environmental cues can transfer and how we can use that to our advantage, and Leslie's new twist on the original LAT game, which she calls LATTE. For full show notes, v…
 
Socializing your dog can be tricky business! Especially when there are so many theories of how it should be done. However, some methods might not be right for your dog and may do more harm than good to your partnership. In this episode of Enlightened By Dogs, Kathy shares the three common socialization myths that you should be aware of. She explain…
 
In this episode, we discuss how to signal the end of a training session, why it matters, how you end a training session matters as much as how you begin one, preventing practicing good behavior without reinforcement, reducing frustration by having clear cues for when reinforcement is available and when it isn't, what to do in the last moments leadi…
 
Dr. Lori Cesario is a leader in the field of veterinary oncology. We've spoken before, but you won't want to miss this follow up interview. It's packed full of useful tools - case studies for specific breeds, where to find the best solutions and preventative steps you can take to keep your dog's risk of getting cancer low. Lori talks about steps to…
 
Life can get pretty interesting when we mix personalities. Understanding your dog's personality type teaches you why they behave the way they do. Knowing more about how your dog expresses their personality gives you an insight into what they’re trying to communicate and how. This better communication and understanding ultimately leads to a strong p…
 
One of the most common mistakes that dog moms make is fundamentally misunderstanding their dog's behavior. Your dog has an innate personality and unique needs. When these get misinterpreted, it can lead to your dog responding in a negative way. A misunderstood dog can be very difficult to live with. They may show anxious, defensive, or withdrawn be…
 
In this episode, we discuss what we mean when we say "data," the whole point of recording any data at all, quantitative vs. qualitative, why any data is better than no data, dfferent kinds of information you might want to record, and ideas to include recording data in your routine without interrupting the flow of your training session. For full sho…
 
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…
 
How can you truly help your reactive dog? I feel really passionate about this topic. Why? Because I hear so many stories of dog moms and dog families struggling with reactive dog training that just doesn’t work for them. Often, the advice from the dog training world isn’t helpful. It can result in dog moms feeling demoralized, guilty, or even like …
 
In this episode, we discuss how humans tend to be visually oriented, animals might respond more significantly to other senses, what variables might influence how an animal reacts to a prop or target, how to deconstruct what sensory elements might be associated with a response, and the importance of staying curious and questioning our "stories" whet…
 
What if I told you there was a way to bypass the language barrier that you experience with your dog? Well, I believe that anyone who seeks to be a better communicator with their dog can achieve this by getting in touch with their intuition. Your intuition is a powerful way to receive and send communication with not just your dog, but all beings. Fr…
 
In this episode, we discuss what is a LIMA being?, how did this project evolve?, why is it so hard to apply positive reinforcement principles to ourselves and other people?, and strategies for changing how your own behavior is reinforced. For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/131 This podcast is supported by Patreon: www.patreo…
 
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