35 min

Senior Dogs - What to Expect, with guest Dr. Cristina Diaz Madronero. Snippet: Best training method based on life stage Dog Training DisrUPted - UPWARD Dogology

    • Pets & Animals

Cristina is a Veterinary Surgeon. Author. RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Dermatology.  She shares with us her vast knowledge on senior dogs in respect to health issues, changes, and what to expect.

This fun, casual conversation ventures into chatting about adopting mature dogs, and, well, just how great they are!

I follow our chat by introducing the topic I spoke on at the Animal Behavior Society Conference 2022. You may have heard me say, multiple times, "There is no one right way to work with a dog," and in this episode I explain what I mean. Not only should the method match the reason for the behavior and the personality of the dog, but also, because of brain development in different life stages, some methods are simply more effective than others at different ages.  Find out why!

Thanks for your interest, and as always, feedback and questions are welcome.

Link to Cristina's book:
THE NEW PET PARENT BOOK: Dog edition : Diaz-Madronero, Dr Cristina: Amazon.ca: Books

Dr Cristina Diaz-Madronero PgC(SAD) MVB MRCVS | LinkedIn

Here is the link to my presentation at the Animal Behavior Society Conference, as referred to in the Snippet piece

ABSConference1.mp4 - Google Drive

For more info on Billie Groom and Canine CBT

UPWARD Dogology (@upwarddogology) • Instagram photos and videos
Billie Groom | LinkedIn

Dog Training - UPWARD Dogology | Instagram, Facebook | Linktree

Here is the link to the recent article in Psychology Today Mag by Marc Bekoff on Canine CBT
Dog Training: Perception, Cognition, and Emotions | Psychology Today

Buy My Book! Winner of the 2019 American Best Book Fest Award (pets/narrative/non-fiction)
The Art of Urban People With Adopted and Rescued Dogs Methodology: Rescued Dogs: The Misunderstood Breed: Groom, Billie: 9781525547287: Books - Amazon.ca


Thanks again to the musicians
Jeff Mertick | Facebook
Danielle Bourjeaurd | Facebook
Open Strum | Facebook
Brian John Harwood | Facebook

Cristina is a Veterinary Surgeon. Author. RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Dermatology.  She shares with us her vast knowledge on senior dogs in respect to health issues, changes, and what to expect.

This fun, casual conversation ventures into chatting about adopting mature dogs, and, well, just how great they are!

I follow our chat by introducing the topic I spoke on at the Animal Behavior Society Conference 2022. You may have heard me say, multiple times, "There is no one right way to work with a dog," and in this episode I explain what I mean. Not only should the method match the reason for the behavior and the personality of the dog, but also, because of brain development in different life stages, some methods are simply more effective than others at different ages.  Find out why!

Thanks for your interest, and as always, feedback and questions are welcome.

Link to Cristina's book:
THE NEW PET PARENT BOOK: Dog edition : Diaz-Madronero, Dr Cristina: Amazon.ca: Books

Dr Cristina Diaz-Madronero PgC(SAD) MVB MRCVS | LinkedIn

Here is the link to my presentation at the Animal Behavior Society Conference, as referred to in the Snippet piece

ABSConference1.mp4 - Google Drive

For more info on Billie Groom and Canine CBT

UPWARD Dogology (@upwarddogology) • Instagram photos and videos
Billie Groom | LinkedIn

Dog Training - UPWARD Dogology | Instagram, Facebook | Linktree

Here is the link to the recent article in Psychology Today Mag by Marc Bekoff on Canine CBT
Dog Training: Perception, Cognition, and Emotions | Psychology Today

Buy My Book! Winner of the 2019 American Best Book Fest Award (pets/narrative/non-fiction)
The Art of Urban People With Adopted and Rescued Dogs Methodology: Rescued Dogs: The Misunderstood Breed: Groom, Billie: 9781525547287: Books - Amazon.ca


Thanks again to the musicians
Jeff Mertick | Facebook
Danielle Bourjeaurd | Facebook
Open Strum | Facebook
Brian John Harwood | Facebook

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