Teacher's Pet focuses on command training - and command training is as simple as (and as complicated as) communicating clearly with your dog. Dog's aren't born understanding what sit or come means. Every single thing your dog understands about a command - both the good and the not so good - he learned from a human, probably you! So, if your dog doesn’t obey as you would like, guess who has to change? You do - your dog can change but you have to change first.
At Teacher’s Pet on Pet Life Radio, obedience training is something to do with your dog, not to your dog and it is fun for both ends of the leash so - give us a try!
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 79 Shelter Dogs
Informative discussion as guest Steven Appelbaum, President of Animal Behavior College, shares training tips and informative ideas regarding the care and training of newly adopted shelter dogs and the many ways to help them. Nancy also shares her training tips as well.
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 78 Behavior Modification
Today, we’ll discuss some general canine behavior modification tips to help you create a clear and concise pathway of communication for your dog to follow. This will also ultimately strengthen the bond between you and help you to create a stronger but loving leadership role.
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 77 Feline Management and Training Program
Today we’ll be talking to Steve Appelbaum, the President of Animal Behavior College regarding their new course offering, Feline Management and Training.
The first program of its kind, it educates, guides and instructs those working with companion animals and felines and/or those who care for and live with a cat to motivate and to ultimately train them (yes, they are trainable!) and to introduce them to more appropriate and positive behaviors.
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 76 Steven Appelbaum -- Innovation and Dedication To Training
Informative interview with the founder and president of the Animal Behavior College, the foremost innovative school for canine behavioral training. Steven Appelbaum discusses the success and history of the school as well as the newest programs that aid countless shelter animals and he also offers special training tips that benefit both canines and felines.
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 75 Behavioral Techniques, Spring Safety Tips, and A Heart Full Of Love
Today we’ll focus on a couple of different topics. We’ll check on several spring and gardening safety tips to keep your pets safe and healthy this season. We’ll take a look at what we can do to correct the ever-popular canine jumping behavior at the front door. And we’ll be inspired by a touching interview about one child’s amazing love for his lost dogs and how at a young age has helped countless homeless animals.
PetLifeRadio.com - Teacher's Pet - Episode 74 Operation Baghdad Pups
In Iraq and Afghanistan, our US troops, are drawn to nearby animals as a means of loving companionship and a vital way to cope with the emotional struggle and psychological hardships of every day life in a havoc-filled war zone. The SPCA International’s Operation Baghdad Pups is a very special program that provides needed veterinary care and coordinates the logistics and transportation requirements for the sole purpose of reuniting these much loved pets with their eagerly awaiting service men and women back home in the US. Today we’ll talk from Iraq with the program’s manager Terri Crisp.
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I love this podcast because it teaches you the perspective of your pet and how to care for them how to love them how to do everything for them how they don’t automatically know or come with the system that hey you need to know how to set and this is what this podcast is all about how to train your pets and not make the meeting so if you like those review or just so mean to their animals or I need to learn more about animals or dogs or just pets teachers pets can teach you how to be nice what they should be wearing and just about dogs I hope pet life radio really likes my review that I’m giving them by Pet Radio lovers sing me a new view sometime soon
Sara Wilson's clear, to the point explanations are a boon to anyone learning to better their understanding of how to build a better relationship with their dog. So many methods, theories, and opinions abound in the world of dog training, and Sara's ability to simplify the why's behind your dog's behaviour and the how's to achieving your goals are monumental. Being a dog trainer myself, it actually has taught me how to better communicate with my 2 legged clients, not just the 4 legged.
Technically, the sound is great, the pace reasonable, and the narration is not annoying.
This podcast has saved me many hours of mindlessness driving between Ann Arbor and Chicago - I highly recommend it.