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    • Tuesday, November 24, 2015
    • 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Monday, January 18, 2016
    • 1:30 PM (EST)
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    Published six times each year and  managed by Susan Nilson, "BARKS from the Guild" presents a collection of valuable business and technical articles as well as reviews and news stories pertinent to our industry. BARKS is the official publication of the Pet Professional Guild and the electronic version is  distributed free to all members.

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    • Sunday, November 29, 2015
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    Targeted Targeting

    Learn How To Improve your Targeting Mechanics 

    A webinar packed full of easily implemented mechanical skill improvements with Yette Van Veen


    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5

    Join Yvette for this webinar that delves into some of the more complex uses for targeting. Learn what targeting is. Make use of criteria increases wisely. Achieve the elusive and often difficult to achieve "hold"/duration. Using position of feed to lead into duration quickly and easily. Learn about the problems with pointing at targets can lead to unnecessary "clean up."

    Learn how playing to the dog's anatomy and movement can help the training process. Build or decrease intensity based on what one requires. (for example, you might want a offered gently or you might want a gentle nudge to close a door. In other situations, you might want a hard push.)

    Webinar Objectives

    • What is targeting? How to use it to create a variety of behaviors.
    • Focusing on beyond basic targeting skills to create a variety of useful and fun behaviors.
    • Learn how to create elusive targeting "holds" that are essential for husbandry (Keep your paw on my hand....hold your chin in my hand....) but also that create those amazing tricks (Dogs balancing things!)
    • Along with nose and paw targets, look at other body targets such as a shoulder target to create the stylized heeling where the dog's shoulder is "stuck" to one's leg. Not the only style of heeling, but it's showy!

    About Your Presenter

    Yvette Van Veen PCT-A

    Yvette is a member of the PPG and is a Professional Canine Trainer - Accredited through the Pet Professional Accreditation Board. Yvette is also a multiple DWAA award nominee, pet columnist for the Toronto Star and she owns and operates Awesome Dogs in Dorchester, Ontario. Her business specializes in training and problem solving for the companion dog.

    Yvette has worked with various Humane Societies and rescue organizations including ARF Ontario. Yvette shares her life with two dogs, Kip the rescue dog who serves as her primary decoy dog and Karma her Border collie. Karma is Yvette’s community canine and visits schools for dog bite prevention education and student stress relief programs.

    • Thursday, December 03, 2015
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    Learn How to Live with A Thunder Phobic Dog 

    presented by Tonya Wilhelm


    PPAB 1.5 CEU,  IAABC 1.5 CEU, CPDT 1.5 CEU, KPA 1.5 CEU

    In this workshop, you will learn tools on how to keep your dog (or your client's dog) safe during storms while you start a behavior modification program to address your dog's phobia. We will discuss a long-term treatment plan, calming aids, food therapy and other protocols to assist in your dog's comfort during storms. 

    We will also discuss how to identify dogs at risk and how to decrease the chance of thunder phobias with a prevention program. Last we will address how important it is to get your clients on board.

    Webinar Objectives

    • How to manage your thunder phobic dog (safety, calming aids, prescription drugs, food therapy, training activities)
    • Desensitization and Counter Conditioning during the off season
    • Help you understanding what it's really like to experience a thunder phobic dog  if you haven't lived through it
    • How to identify dogs at risk
    • Prevention, prevention, prevention

    About The Presenter

    Tonya Wilhelm has been a full-time dog training specialist for almost two decades. During this time she has succeeded in helping thousands of dog parents build happy, long-lasting relationships with their dogs using only humane, kind, and positive dog training methods.

    Tonya focuses on treating dogs holistically, from the inside out. She has written a number of books, including Proactive Puppy Care, Please Stay and co-author of What's For Dinner, Dexter?: Cooking For Your Dog Using Chinese Medicine Theory. 

    Tonya also writes various dog-themed blogs, is a frequent contributor in various magazines and present dog behavior workshops at various pet expos and events.
    • Wednesday, December 09, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    Free Member Webinar

    Case Study: The Curious Case of Hemingway the Bunny

    presented by Emily Cassell


    PPAB 1, CPDT 1, KPA 1, IAABC 1

    This unique presentation explores the case of Hemingway, a neglected rabbit who slipped into a nearly perpetual state of learned helplessness and apathy. After being bounced around to multiple homes, suffering numerous congenital health problems, and incurring more issues as a result of repeated neglect, Hemingway resigned himself to a numb existence.

    This case study follows Hemingway's journey from complete apathy to being full of life. The goal of this presentation is to explore a particularly challenging case and provide a unique perspective for trainers working with animals who have low motivation. While Hemingway's case is highly individualized, some of the techniques and lessons can most certainly be applied to other cases. Figuring out how to motivate an animal that is experiencing learned helplessness can be difficult, and progress can be extremely slow. This presentation will hopefully show trainers experiencing these types of challenges that while the process can slow, frustrating, and disheartening, the rewards for the animal are endless.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understand observational techniques and how to successfully apply what you learn
    • How to make progress in a minute or less
    • How to develop food motivation
    • How yo can become a a secondary reinforcer
    • Understand how to expand reinforcement options
    • Learn how to deal with being an aversive
    • Determine how to utilize environmental reinforcers
    • Learn how to train an animal to problem solve
    • Understand how you can utilize enrichment to teach when you aren't there

    About The Presenter

    Emily Cassell graduated from the University of Florida with a BS in Animal Science specializing in Equines and a minor in Agribusiness Management. Emily is a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and STAR puppy instructor.

    In addition to being a member of the PPG, she is also a member of the International Marine Animal Trainer Association. Emily completed two internships with Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo and Clearwater Marine Aquarium, where she gained experience working with a variety of species including manatees, otters, birds, dolphins, and other Florida native species. Emily spent 5 years professionally training dogs for her own business, Phins with Fur Animal Training, in addition to Class Act for Dogs and Courteous Canine, Inc, The DogSmith of Tampa.

    Emily is currently a keeper and trainer at Busch Gardens Tampa, and works with a variety of species including orangutans, tigers, otters, gibbons, bats, and birds. Emily spent years working at home with a variety of pets including cats, fish, rabbits, and various rodents. She has presented on various topics for organizations such as the Florida Association of Zoos and Aquariums and University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine's Behavior Club, and she has been a guest lecturer for UF's Companion Animal Biology and Management course.

    • Monday, December 14, 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Member Webinar
    • 119

    Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: What Dog Trainers and Owners Need To Know


    1 PPAB

    Join Eileen Anderson for this thought provoking webinar on Canine cognitive dysfunction.  

    Canine cognitive dysfunction is a disease that is extremely under-diagnosed, with many dog owners learning what is wrong with their dog only when the dog may not have much time left. But many dogs with CCD can still live enriched lives, and some can profit from medical treatments and environmental changes. There is no magic cure, but early recognition of the disease will help many dogs live happier lives and help dog owners feel less alone.

    Eileen will share her own experience with her dog with CCD, who had a good life for two years after diagnosis. She’ll also cover general tips for caring for dogs with CCD, and offer resources for those who are considering euthanasia. This always difficult decision can be even more difficult for people when the dog involved is mentally deteriorating but physically healthy.

    Webinar Learning Objectives

    • Learn the symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction and how it is diagnosed.
    • Learn about treatments and interventions, but also the reasons to be skeptical of “cures."
    • Learn about techniques and products that can help a dog with CCD have a good life for as long as possible.
    • Learn about existing resources that can aid in making a decision about euthanasia.

    About The Presenter

    Eileen Anderson, BM, MM, MS

    Eileen is a passionate amateur dog trainer who writes about learning theory, her life with three dogs, and force free training in her blog and other publications. She brings a science background, critical thinking skills, and teaching experience to her writing, with a focus on making training accessible and learning theory comprehensible to pet owners. 

    Eileen has worked professionally as a writer and academic editor, a network administrator, taught remedial college math, and trained all levels of computer skills in academic and workplace settings. She has a lifelong passion for making technology accessible to women, people with low literacy skills, and other underserved populations. She is now channeling that same urge to translate, explain, and make concepts comprehensible into the subjects of humane treatment of dogs and joyful companionship between dogs and people. 

    She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music performance, and a master’s degree in engineering science. She received the Certificate of Excellence for completion of Susan Friedman’s professional course, Living and Learning with Animals, in 2012. She lives in the mid-Southern U.S. and works at a non-profit that helps impoverished women access medical care. 

    She blogs at Eileen and Dogs, Click here .

    • Friday, December 18, 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    FREE Member Webinar

    The Thunder from Down Under - The new PPG Companion Dog Assessment Program

    presented by Debra Millikan

    This webinar announces the new PPG Companion Dog Assessment  Program to its members and gives a brief outline of the Program, its aims, for whom it would be suitable and by way of video demonstrates some of the tasks the dogs and their people will need to undertake. This Program was presented to attendees at the PPG Summit in Tampa in November and now will be presented to the membership for a expected roll out in April 2016

    Webinar Objectives

    • To introduce this new PPG product to its members
    • a full review of the product and its levels
    • How the program will work and the role of the assessors

    About The Presenter

    Debra Millikan

    Professional Canine Behavior Consultant-Accredited

    Dip Animal Behavior Science & Technology

    Dip Dog Training and Behavior Consulting

    Cert IV Dog Behavioural Training

    Cert IV Training & Assessment

    CAP 2

    Deb is a member of the PPG Board of Directors. Deb's dog training experience spans almost 40 years. She has successfully competed with her dogs in obedience trials and conformation shows gaining Australian Championships and various obedience and endurance titles with them. In the late 1970s she established her own dog training school (sadly aversive) and became an obedience judge in the early 1990s. However, there was something missing in what she was doing. Whilst living in the UK and Europe in the late 1990s Deb read widely about force free training and was privileged to see it working in the UK. The thought of training without coercion was what she had been seeking to re-ignite her interest in dog training.

    Many years and much study later, Deb serves on the Board of the Pet Professional Guild and is also a member of the Steering Committee. She is also on the Advisory Board of the Association of Animal Behavior Professionals and the Companion Animal Sciences Institute and plays an integral part on the Lead by Example Campaign for the South Australian Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. This project seeks to promote force free training (as described by the PPG) and to help pet guardians, dog clubs and the general population see the value of using force free methods when training their pets.

    Deb has spoken at both the Australian and New Zealand meetings of the APDT and was the recipient of the 2013 Australian APDT Trainer of the Year and Susan Wilkins Achievement Award. Her passion for helping ‘’cross-over” trainers sees her presenting workshops invarious parts of Australia and she also serves in a volunteer capacity as Head Instructor ofCanine Behavioural School Inc (CBS). Deb recently presented the CDA Program to PPGSummit in Tampa in November.

    • Monday, December 28, 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar


    Intention, The Law, and Rescue

    presented by Melissa McCue-McGrath


    PPAB 1, IAABC 1, CPDT 1, KPA 1

    I have discovered massive loopholes in conglomerate rescue websites as they relate to Massachusetts state law, and how the culture of obtaining dogs by click-and-ship is harming the human-dog relationship. This affects both puppy mill dogs and rescue. There is information out regarding puppy mill dogs, less about trucking sick dogs via rescue. The focus will be on the latter, though I will address both. 

    After detailing where we are going wrong in obtaining our dogs, I present responsible, ethical ways to get pet professionals  at the table together to change the culture of how we talk about dogs, how we get dogs, and how we help dogs together.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understand how less-reputable breeders are able to continue selling sick and undersocialized puppies to the public, even with increased awareness of puppy mill operations.
    • Understand how some rescues are using legal loopholes in Pet Finder (and similar sites) to ship clinically under-socialized dogs to city centers, and what affect that has on families.
    • Recognize the language anyone selling a dog will use to move the dog; how to work with that language and remain professionally able to guide our students while helping the dog.
    • Be able to identify quality rescues, shelters, and breeders; be able to identify quality dog trainers, behavior consultants, applied animal behaviorists and veterinary behaviorists; be able to pass that information along to clients.

    About The Presenter

    Melissa McCue-McGrath, CPDT-KA is a certified professional dog trainer in greater Boston. She grew up in an accidental dog-sledding family in rural Maine and now sits as the co-Training Director of New England Dog Training Club, the oldest AKC obedience club in the country. She has twelve years of professional, science-based dog training under her belt. She is now speaking around the country about #HandsOnFirst, a movement that encourages dog owners to meet dogs in person prior to adoption instead of electing to click-and-ship. 

    She currently teaches a variety of classes, including Disc Dog classes in addition to private consultations where she evaluates dogs who are having a difficult time living in urban areas.

    Melissa writes alongside Dr. Sip Siperstein for Car Talk's new FIDO blog. She has been featured on PBS's Design Squad, NECN's The Secret Life of Animals, FOX 25 Morning News and other media outlets. When she has spare time, she keeps up The MuttStuff Blog with resources for Boston area dogs, and is frequently updating the MuttStuff Facebook Page.

    • Friday, January 15, 2016
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    Learn about Platform Training for Dogs 

    presented by Michele Pouliot


    PPAB 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5, IAABC 1.5

    If you have not discovered the power in platforms as training tools - this presentation is for you.

    In 2010, Michele Pouliot revealed the value in platforms as training tools to the dog training world with her first Platform Training DVD. In this presentation, Michele shares platform training techniques for a variety of training applications.
    Dog training around the world has discovered the value in raised platforms in all areas of training, whether it be for dog
    sports of basic pet manners. Learn how to effectively use the tool from a platform master. This presentation is sure to provide any trainer with several “light bulb moments” about great ways to use platforms in their training program.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Overview of Platform Training as a tool for many goals
    • Specifics of Platform sizes for goals
    • Introducing your dog to platforms
    • Foundation skills taught via platforms
    • Precision skills for dog sports via platforms
    • Advanced use of platforms

    About The Presenter

    Michele Pouliot, Director of Research and Development at Guide Dogs for the Blind. Michele has been a guide dog mobility instructor for over 40 years, yet her original focus was on horses before discovering the guide dog field. Michele studied under Linda Tellington-Jones for 2 years and began a career as a trainer in the equestrian field.

    Michele is recognized internationally for her innovation and creative development in guide dog training and service to blind clients. GDB actively assists other guide dog schools around the world in their efforts to adopt positive training methods. Since 2006, Michele has directly assisted more than 30 guide dog schools (internationally and within the USA) in changing their programs to positive reinforcement and clicker training methods. 

    In 2008, Karen Pryor invited Michele to join the prestigious faculty of Karen Pryor’s annual Clicker Expo Conferences. Michele continues to teach each year at 2 Clicker Expos in the USA and one annual Clicker Expo Europe. 

    • Friday, January 22, 2016
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    Learn All The Ways "Lunch & Learn" Sessions Can Help Grow Your Business! 

    with Niki Tudge


    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5

    Creating and holding Lunch and Learn sessions are a low cost way to either train and develop colleagues and employees or develop industry referral partners for your business. Imagine having veterinary staff, groomers, pet resort management and other referral prospects as  a captive audience giving you the opportunity to inform, update, engage, educate and influence them. 

    Lunch & Learn sessions are a great way  to introduce educational topics, new products, services or a simple demonstration of your skills. They are the perfect environment for a show and tell. 

    This Lunch and Learn webinar will give you some  quick and useful tool so you can add Lunch & Learn sessions to your marketing plan. Lunch & Learn sessions don't just have to be about an event they can be used for networking, sharing best practices and building collaboration across small businesses.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understand what a lunch and learn session is and what they are not
    • Identify the endless possibilities for planning Lunch & Learn sessions
    • Understand the place Lunch & Learn sessions have in your marketing efforts
    • Know how to set up and break down a session
    • Understand the scope for Lunch & Learn sessions and how best to plan them
    • Be confident addressing difficult situations and people
    • Master Lunch & Learn best practices

    About The Presenter

    Before following her passion into her own pet business, Niki Tudge enjoyed a distinguished  career in  the hospitality industry holding executive positions all over the world.  This extensive experience managing luxury hotels serviced by hundreds of employees and management personnel provided her with incredibly broad knowledge in every facet of business. Niki’s formal education and over 20 years of practical management, leadership and employee development experience allows her a uniquely effective perspective on the right way to manage a successful business.

    Niki’s professional credentials include; AABP- Professional Dog Trainer, AABP- Professional Dog Behavior Consultant and she has earned diplomas in Animal Behavior Technology and Canine Behavior Science & Technology. Along with Niki’s business degrees from Oxford University she is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, a HCITB TS1, TS2 & TS3 certified people trainer and a certified Facilitator and Project Manager.

    As the founder and President of The Pet Professional Guild, DogNostics eLearning and The DogSmith, Niki has substantial leadership experience in the pet industry. She has also recently become the President of Doggone Safe, a non-profit educational organization. Niki has published numerous articles on dog training and dog behavior and her pet dog training businesses have been featured in many publications including The New York Times. Niki is also the author of People Training Skills for Pet Professionals – Your essential guide to engaging, educating and empowering your human clients

    • Thursday, January 28, 2016
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar


    Purebreds are Like Unicorns: Understanding the Breed Ancestry of Shelter Dogs & the Influence of Breed Labels  

    presented by Lisa Gunter


    PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5, CPDT 1.5, KPA 1.5

    In this presentation, Lisa will discuss the findings of recent studies from the Canine Science Collaboratory in which they investigated the influence of breed labels on people’s perceptions of pit-bull-type dogs, their length of stay at the shelter and adoption success. She will also report the results of nearly a thousand breed ancestry tests carried out on dogs living in shelters.

    The Canine Science Collaboratory is finding that these canines have far more varied and complex breed identities than previously imagined - adding more fuel to the fire that breed identification of mixed breed dogs is a complex endeavor at best and untenable at worst.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Evaluate influence of previously held perceptions about breeds of dogs
    • Assess effect of breed labeling on perceived attractiveness of shelter dogs
    • Understand how breed labeling in shelters could impact dog adoptions and length of stay
    • Recognize diversity of breed mixes within shelter dog population and implications regarding breed-specific behavior

    About The Presenter

    Lisa Gunter, MA is a PhD student at Arizona State University in the Department of Psychology's Behavioral Neuroscience area and conducts her research under the mentorship of Clive Wynne in the Canine Science Collaboratory. 

    Lisa recently earned her MA in Behavioral Neuroscience, holds a BA in Journalism from The Evergreen State College and has worked with dogs in animal shelters and with their owners for nearly a decade. Lisa's research investigates how breed labels influence perceptions of dogs at shelters and interventions focused on helping adopters with new dogs. She has presented her research at numerous conferences including the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, Interdisciplinary Forum for Applied Animal Behavior, Veterinary Behavior Symposium and the International Society of Anthrozoology.

    • Tuesday, February 02, 2016
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
    • Webinar

    An Introduction To Dog Bite Safety Education For Children

    The "Be a Tree" Program.

    with Gabrielle Dunne

    CEUs - PPAB 1

    Did You Know?

    • Half of all children bitten by dogs are under the age of twelve.
    • Most dog bites are by the family dog or dogs known to the person.
    • Most dog bites are preventable.

    Join us for this fabulous webinar in which Gabrielle Dunne will introduce you to the Doggone Safe "Be a Tree" Dog Bite Prevention Program.

    The "Be A Tree" presenter program provides you with the tools and support to actively and safely educate children in your community to "Speak Dog".  This is a fun and educational program that has educated thousands of children over the last few years. 

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understand how the "Be a Tree" program works. 
    • Learn why you should get involved in the program and the positive impact it can have on your business. 
    • Learn why it is essential that every child is taught how to behave around dogs. 
    • Learn how to teach children using simple language that they will understand.

    About The Presenter

    Gabrielle Dunne is a qualified social worker and a dog trainer. She is also a Licensed Family Paws Presenter; the Regional Coordinator for Doggone Safe in the UK and Ireland, and a Be a Tree Presenter.   Gabrielle would like to see every child undertake the Be a Tree Program so that they learn how to interact safely with dogs. Gabrielle also recently gave a short presentation about Doggone Safe at Victoria Stilwell's 2015 UK Dog Bite Prevention Conference.

    Be A Tree Program Information:

    The "Be a Tree" licensed program is a dog bite education and dog bite prevention program for school age children.  The program focuses on fun, interactive activities to teach children how to read dog body language and how to act safely around dogs.

    Watch a short video on the BAT program being presented
    • Saturday, March 12, 2016
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Webinar

    The Use & Application of Training Mechanics to Help Develop Impulse Control

    presented by Jolein van Weperen


    PPAB 1, CPDT 1

    Join Jolein van Weperen for this one hour webinar on the use and application of different types of training mechanics. Jolein will discuss a wide and diverse selection of methods that are designed for you to use in your every day life. Methods that are  fun and focus on the skill of self control for both you and your dog.  Jolein will teach you that the level of self control your dog has will depend on the self control you exhibit. 

    For more information check out this short video.

    Webinar Objectives

    - What is Impulse Control?
    - How to implement Impulse control in the training session
    - Using Play as a reward
    Teaching your dog that  hands give and don’t take
    - The hand cue system
    - Make impulse control a way of life

    About The Presenter

    Jolein van Weperen of De Laar Dog Academy is an advocate for humane, ethical and trustworthy training methods.  Jolein doesn’t just focus on well-mannered dogs she strives to help clients have a happy, well-adjusted, confident and relaxed friend for the whole family.

    Jolein is known for her creative teaching style and the countless happy and self-controlled canine graduates her school produces. THE Dutch venue for international trainers, de Laar is also one of the most important cultural hubs for force-free training in the Netherlands.

    • Thursday, September 01, 2016
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • Live Webinar

    Does Canine Hypothyroidism Really Affect Behavior?

    presented by Lisa Radosta DVM


    PPAB 1, IAABC 1, CPDT 1, KPA 1

    Canine hypothyroidism has long been targeted as a cause of behavior disorders. This lecture will examines the research associated with canine hypothyroidism as it relates to emotional disorders in dogs with a goal of expanding knowledge and critical assessment of claims.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Understand how thyroid hormones affect the specific body systems.
    • Understand current research in canine hypothyroidism.
    • Understand how to critically examine the research.

    About The Presenter

    Dr. Radosta is the owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service in Jupiter Florida. She completed a residency in behavioral medicine at University of Pennsylvania where she received two national research awards. She has authored textbook chapters; writes a column for the Palm Beach Post and podcasts CE for VetGirl. She has published research papers on thyroid disease and clinician client communication and has lectured across the country and internationally. She is the behavior section editor for Small Animal Advances in Medicine and Surgery, sits on the American Animal Hospital Association Behavior Management Guidelines Task Force and the Fear Free Advisory Board.

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