"Dogs are beneficial to our mental and physical health." Many new dog owners find that statement hard to swallow. It's true, but it takes work to get there. We are happy you found our podcast, filled with dog training tips and information as to what is going on in your dog's brain. Your host, Katie McKnight, is a canine behavior practitioner and certified dog trainer. She is also the co-owner of ISCDT - The school for Dog Trainers. Welcome, dog owners, rescue personnel and those with a passion for dog training. We strive to help you and your dog live a happy life together.
Episode 24: The Importance of Open-minded and Flexible Dog Training
The belief that all dogs learn the same is wrong. Dogs learn differently and so do people. A good dog trainer does not provide cookie-cutter dog training. Instead, they have different techniques to help every dog (and dog owner) succeed. They are open to new ideas (even if they don't follow them at first). This is an important aspect of the job and one we need to keep in mind throughout our career.
Thank you for Grunge.com for today's trivia question and lesson.
If you want to study dog training, visit ISCDT.com. This affordable course is perfect for a new dog trainers, a dog trainer wanting to have their skill certified and for dog owners who want to train their own dog. Our mentors guide you throughout the course and beyond.
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Episode 22: How Do I Stop My Dog From Following Me?
We provided five reasons your dog may follow you around the house when you return home after the work day, along with tips to help put some space between the two of you
You can print the tips from our blog: https://iscdt.com/why-does-my-dog-follow-me-around-from-the-moment-i-walk-in-the-door-from-work/
Information on the Premack Principal can be found on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqICmAlWokU
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Until next time,
Episode 21: How Do You Fix Bad Dog Training
Often times we attempt to fix an annoying problem with our dog, but end up creating a larger problem. Once a dog behaves a certain way (example: jumping on guests, begging from the dinner table, stealing from counters) can we change that behavior? The short answer is yes. It take patience and some tough love to solve the issue and create a behavior that we desire.
Today's episode discusses how you can accomplish this task using BF Skinner's theory of operant conditioning *
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Source: Webster, Jerry. "ABC: Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence." ThoughtCo, Aug. 28, 2020, thoughtco.com/abc-antecedent-behavior-and-consequence-3111263.
Episode 20: Pet Loss. It's Normal to Grieve The Loss of your Pet.
When I lost my first dog, insensitive comments were upsetting and made me feel guilt over mourning my dog for so long. Comments like: "You're family is healthy, be grateful," made me wonder if I was selfish or stupid feeling so sad over her loss. Of course I was not wrong. She was my best friend. Our family member. We had the right to mourn her.
So today, we have listed some hurtful comments mourning pet owners hear. We have also provided alternate responses people can use when comforting a pet owner who recently lost their four-legged fur baby.
Episode 19: How to deal with a dog who fears a family member.
One of the most disappointing behavior problems dog owners face is when their new rescue dog fears a family member. Why does this happen? What can you do to overcome this issue. The most successful way to help your new dog learn to trust a family member is patience. Check out the other nine tips in today's episode.
Blog article on this post: https://iscdt.com/know-a-dog-who-fears-family-members-10-helpful-ideas/
Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rHFKdMnLB8&t=33s
Check out this awesome accolade : ISCDT was listed as one of the top 8 online dog trainer schools. Here is the article: https://www.thesprucepets.com/best-online-dog-training-certification-programs-5075147
If you are interested in learning how to train dogs professionally, visit us at iscdt.com. We would love to help guide you while you learn the craft of dog training. Should you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Episode 18: Puppy Temperament Assessment
Imagine if your newly adopted emotional support dog turned out to be an independent dog who did not enjoy spending time with you or your canine travel companion suffered from intense fear? It would be a disappointing life for you and your new dog.
On several episodes of this podcast we've provided steps you should take to ensure you pick a puppy or dog who fits well with your new family. In this podcast we add another suggestion: puppy temperament testing. Learn about Volhard's 10 assessment tests, the rating system and tips to help you get the most accurate results for testing a puppy's temperament. Whether you are looking for a working dog or family pet, temperament testing in the first step in finding the perfect fur baby.
This is a ton of information. If you would like a printed transcript of this podcast, visit iscdt.com and click on our blog. The information will become available on our site by December 25, 2020.
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I’ve found a lot of interesting information to help me understand my dogs! I also take in foster dogs who all have brought really different life experiences and Katie’s reminders about how dogs think and interpret their people’s actions have been eye opening!