5 episodes

Join us weekly as the LWDG Group and Guest Experts talk all things working dog! More about the LWDG: The LWDG supports ladies nationwide (and in other countries) with a wealth of support and information including masterclasses, featured expert support, training tips, and tools. With regular online coaching and meet-ups in our virtual 'Dog & Duck', these resources are aimed at supporting lady handlers to get the absolute best from their dogs whilst growing confidence and belief in themselves so that they can become a 'team'www.thelwdg.com

LWDG POD DOG The Ladies Working Dog Group

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Join us weekly as the LWDG Group and Guest Experts talk all things working dog! More about the LWDG: The LWDG supports ladies nationwide (and in other countries) with a wealth of support and information including masterclasses, featured expert support, training tips, and tools. With regular online coaching and meet-ups in our virtual 'Dog & Duck', these resources are aimed at supporting lady handlers to get the absolute best from their dogs whilst growing confidence and belief in themselves so that they can become a 'team'www.thelwdg.com

    Lockdown Problems On Canine Social Skills For All Ages

    Lockdown Problems On Canine Social Skills For All Ages

    Join Jo Perrott, Founder of The Ladies Working Dog Group, and The LWDG Group Experts Samantha Thorneycroft-Taylor, Jemma Martin, Emma Stevens and Claire Denyer as we discuss how lockdown has had an affect on most dogs regardless of age and training level. 

    • 28 min
    How Our Negative Mindsets Affect Our Working Dog

    How Our Negative Mindsets Affect Our Working Dog

    Join Jo Perrott and Dog Trainer Becca Doveston of Dovemoor Gundogs, as they talk about how negative thinking affects our gundog training. 

    Based on the North and West Yorkshire border between Skipton and Ilkley, Becca trains owners with gundog breeds that predominantly will live as pets.  Becca has a real passion for helping owners to understand how dogs learn, and in this episode, she discusses the impact negative thinking can have on your training and explains how she supports clients to build their confidence throughout their training journey.

    https://www.dovemoor.co.uk/

    • 27 min
    Combining Working Dogs With Families

    Combining Working Dogs With Families

    Join Joanne Perrott  and the LWDG Group Experts Emma Stevens, Claire Denyer, Jemma Martin and Samantha Thorneycroft-Taylor as we discuss the challenges faced when combining our working dog goals with family life. From Partners to pregnancy, children to teenagers, we chat about how you can happily integrate both dogs and families. 

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    • 24 min
    A Question Of Cues and Commands

    A Question Of Cues and Commands

    Join LWDG Founder Jo Perrott and LWDG Group Experts Claire Denyer, Emma Stevens, Jemma Martin, and Samantha Thorneycroft-Taylor as they chat about the problems we face when training our dog cues and commands.

    Head over to our website to get your free copy of our accompanying checklist

    https://ladiesworkingdoggroup.com/lwdg-dog-event-checklist-2/

    • 26 min
    An Evening With Rob Alleyne

    An Evening With Rob Alleyne

    Listen in as LWDG group expert Claire Denyer interviews Rob Alleyne asking member questions on the following topics:

    - How Rob became a dog trainer.
    - Robs tv career training dogs.
    - Dominance v Fear-based behaviours.
    - Pup resentment in multi-dog homes
    - Resource guarding
    - Socialising Dogs
    - Aggression
    - Fixing Recall
    - Barking

    More About Rob

    Robert is a signatory to the Registration Council for Dog Training and Behaviour Practitioners (RCDTBP), and he has lectured on canine behaviour on many occasions for different groups and organisations, both nationally and internationally. 

    He is a Member of the Kennel Club and is a patron of the charity K9 Crusaders. He is a keen campaigner trying to make a difference for dogs in relation to their care and welfare, and is firmly against breed-specific legislation, and has attended several of the London protests against it.
     
    He has talked on many radio programmes on the subject of dogs. He's also appeared on numerous television programmes talking about dogs and other animals. He was the behavioural trainer on the hugely successful BBC3 show Dog Borstal for all four series. He has also appeared on the BBC News, This Morning, Good Morning Britain and London Tonight, covering a variety of dog-related subjects. He has written articles for most of the major national dog-related magazines, such as Our dogs, Dogs Today, and Your Dog.
     
    Robert has acted as an expert witness in court cases, both as a canine behavioural/trainer and as an animal welfare officer for the London Borough of Lewisham.
     
    After acquiring a puppy from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in 1981, he began attending dog training classes with him and soon started working at competitive level obedience with both him and his next dog. He has run his own dog training classes since 1986. By 1994 he had won his way up to and including class ‘B’ before work commitments forced him to retire from competing. He has judged at limit, open, and championship level obedience competitions since 1986. He has been training people on instructing dog training classes since 1995.
     
    Having spent some years studying the subject, Robert started working as a canine behavioural trainer in 1992, with the majority of his clients coming to him via veterinary referral, or from recommendations from previous clients. He has had a book published on the subject of dog behaviour and training, The Trouble-Free Dog, which was published in 2000, and had very positive reviews in The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail and Dog Training Weekly and has been reprinted twice since then. It was revised and reprinted in 2008. He is currently writing his second book. He has also produced several booklets and pamphlets for Lewisham Council on dogs, which are distributed free to the public.
     
    In May 1990 he began working as an animal welfare officer for the London Borough of Lewisham and continued there until January 2007, where he held the position of Senior Animal Welfare Officer. Dealing with all types of animals, ranging from escaped reptiles to injured wildlife, to nuisance complaints, and of course – stray dogs, which was the services core function. This aspect of the job was obviously potentially very dangerous, so an ability to immediately assess a dogs’ attitude was essential, since stray or abandoned dogs could potentially turn aggressive. He left the service in 2006 to work full-time as a behavioural trainer.

    • 57 min

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