Dr. Amy Pike
Dr. Corsin Muller
Dr. Debbie Gross
Dr. Frank McMillan
Dr. Isabella Merola
Dr. Jean Dodds
Dr. Jessica Hekman
Dr. Karen Overall
Dr. Linda Harper
Dr. Lynn Honeckman
Dr. Nancy Kay
Dr. Nathan Hall
Dr. Robert King
Presented by Louise Stapleton-Frappell
- Learn the mechanics of using a target stick
- Learn how to teach a hand target
- Learn how to add duration to a hand target
- Learn how to use a hand target to teach new behaviors
- Learn how to teach a stationary hand touch (Standing with stillness)
- Learn how to proof your new cue
- Understand the meaning and application of targeting.
- Understand the positive application of a hand target in real life situations.
- Understand D.R.A. and D.R.I. and why they aren’t always an appropriate response to what we consider to be an inappropriate behavior
- Know how, when and why to make use of a trick as an alternative or incompatible behavior
You will also learn the following 'tricks'/behaviors:
and understand the application of these tricks in everyday life!
CEUs PPAB, 1
Working in the pet care industry involves knowing much more than how to care for a pet. Clients expect you to know about a pet’s health needs, vaccination schedules and nutritional care. They also expect you to have a good knowledge of the pet care tools, equipment, supplies and toys available in today’s marketplace as well as knowledge of basic canine (or feline) communication so that you are able to recognize a pet’s emotional state.
Louise Stapleton-Frappell B.A. (Hons), PCT-A, CTDI, FN-FSG1, CAP3 holds a force-free instructor's award, K9 first aid certification, and animal behavior and welfare and dog emotion and cognition verified certification. She also performed as the Dog Trick instructor at In The Doghouse DTC and is an instructor and assessor for the Pet Dog Ambassador program launched this year by the Pet Professional Guild. Stapleton-Frappell is a passionate advocate of force-free training, promoting a positive image of the "bully" breeds and advocating against Breed Specific Legislation in favor of breed neutral laws and education about dog bite safety and prevention. She is proud "mum" to Jambo - Staffy bull terrier trick dog: the first Staffordshire bull terrier to achieve the title of Trick Dog Champion and has her own YouTube channel where she shares "how to teach" videos and fun trick videos. Jambo has appeared on Talent Hounds in Canada and was also featured as a Victoria Stilwell Positively Success Story. Stapleton-Frappell blogs for the Pet Professional Guild and is a regular contributor to BARKS from the Guild. She is a steering committee member of the Pet Professional Guild and membership manager of the Pet Professional Guild British Isles; copresenter of the Pet Professional Guild World Service radio show; faculty member of DogNostics Career College; steering committee member of Doggone Safe and regional coordinator of Doggone Safe in Spain, where she is based. Stapleton-Frappell believes that everyone should know how to teach their dog using science based, rewards based, force-free training methods and that all learning should be fun. She is the creator of TrickMeister, a comprehensive online force-free training program from DogNostics Career College, aimed at increasing the knowledge.
Free Member Webinar
CEUs: PPAB 1, IAABC 1
Join Louise for this presentation in which she takes a look at the complexities of linear behavior chains!
The webinar will focus on a fun trick that is also a skill needed by many assistance dogs – How to fetch their guardian a drink - but, in learning about the components you will need to teach your partner so that he/she can carry out this behavior, you will also learn some strategies that will help you teach an amazing retrieve to hand!
You don't want to miss out on this fun-filled session.
B.A. Hons. PCBC-A. PCT-A. CAP3. CTDI. DN-FSG. DN-CPCT2
Louise Stapleton-Frappell B.A.Hons. Professional Canine Behavior Consultant - Accredited. Professional Canine Trainer - Accredited (through the Pet Professional Accreditation Board). Certified Trick Dog Instructor. Fun Scent Games Instructor. Clicker Competency Assessment Program Level 3 Distinction. Force-Free Instructor's Award and K9 First Aid Certification. Super Trainer Clicker Trainer. Animal Behavior and Welfare. Dog Emotion and Cognition. Certified Pet Care Technician. Pet Dog Ambassador Instructor and Assessor.
Louise is a passionate advocate of force-free training. She believes that everyone should know how to teach their dog using science based, rewards based, force-free training methods.
Louise is both a Steering Committee Member and the Membership Manager of The Pet Professional Guild British Isles; Steering Committee Member and Education Committee Member of The Pet Professional Guild. Steering Committee Member of Doggone Safe, Regional Coordinator of Doggone Safe in Spain and Co-Presenter of PPG World Service Radio.
Presented by Louise Stapleton-Frappell PCBC-A
CEUs: PPAB 1.5, IAABC 1.5.
Join Louise Stapleton-Frappell for this in depth presentation in which she delves into the complexities of linear behavior chains.
In this webinar we will examine the best methods to build compound linear chains and we will take a look at different strategies that will help you improve your chains. You'll learn how to perform a task analysis and collect data that will facilitate errorless learning. We will look at the interplay between operant and respondent conditioning and you will learn about fun techniques such as the ‘Quick Cue’ game, which can be used to proof both the discreet and the complex behaviors that you teach
The presentation will focus on a fun trick that is also a skill needed by many assistance dogs – How to fetch their guardian a drink - but in learning how to teach this 'trick', you will also learn some different strategies that focus on how to teach an amazing retrieve to hand!
You don't want to miss out on this informative, thought-provoking, fun-filled session.
Louise is the owner of The DogSmith of Estepona. She is a Faculty Member of DogNostics Career College. and the author and instructor of the DogNostics Dog Training Certificate Program and TrickMeister Titles.
With Louise Stapleton-Frappell
On Demand - register now, download your materials and begin when you are ready!
CEUs: PPAB 3, IAABC 2.5
The Fostering Collaborative Care Program is available as an educational event and a certification. Your choice!
Join the program and become the go-to-expert in your area and have your clients enjoying Collaborative Care procedures whether they are at home, with their groomer or their veterinarian.
How Does This Work:
The Program includes:
7 Collaborative Care Skills
4 Key Concepts ..... and much more
This Fostering Collaborate Care recorded presentation delivered in two parts, will provide you with the skill-set and knowledge needed to help pet owners look after their pets’ emotional, as well as physical, well-being.
What is Included:
Your 11 page Instructor Manual which includes:
Your Program Learning Objectives
Read more about the program here
Key Skills 7 Key Skills
4 Key Concepts
Louise Stapleton-Frappell BA (Hons) PCBC-A PCT-A CAP3 CTDI CWRI DN-FSG1 DN- CPCT2
Louise is membership manager of The Pet Professional Guild British Isles and a DogNostics Career Center faculty member. Originally from Yorkshire, England, Louise has constantly built on her knowledge and furthered her education in the field of force-free, rewards and science-based dog training. She was one of the first 20 people worldwide to become a Professional Canine Trainer – Accredited and is also a Professional Canine Behavior Consultant - Accredited, both through the Pet Professional Accreditation Board. Louise is a Certified Trick Dog Instructor and shares her passion for tricks with her dog Jambo, who, at the age of just 16 months, became the first Staffordshire bull terrier ever to become a trick dog champion.
Louise gained her CAP3 with distinction and holds verified certification in animal behavior and welfare (Edinburgh University) and dog emotion and cognition (Duke University). She is a steering committee and education committee member of The Pet Professional Guild; regional coordinator of Doggone Safe in Spain and a co-presenter on PPG World Service Radio.
Louise is the creator of the DogNostics’ Dog Trainer Certificate Program and TrickMeister Titles. She has presented at conferences internationally and has gained a reputation for expertly teaching and training humans and canines at her own establishment, The DogSmith of Estepona, in southern Spain.
On Demand - register now and begin when you are ready!
CEUs PPAB 4.5, IAABC 4.5
Add This Program to Your Business Services & Choose The Option To Gain A New Credential!
Dogs and people love tricks and games. Offering Fun Trick Classes will broaden your service offerings, help build client loyalty, increase your business revenue and support the needs of your pet owning community.
Group classes help dogs have fun, build confidence and burn lots of mental and physical energy. Dogs learn new behaviors and pet parents learn how to teach those behaviors using force-free training techniques.
Your DogNostics Dog Trick Instructor Manual contains an overview of all the practical skills you will teach, the knowledge you will share and the games you will play to teach and proof your clients' skills.
We will provide you with all the tools you need to start offering fun trick classes. The Dog Trick Instructor Program is like a business in a box. Lesson plans and fully detailed curriculum, which can be used as is or adapted to suit your training situation; marketing tools; class graduation certificates and much more. Everything you need to get going!
Your 23-page Instructor Manual which includes:
Also included in program are:
Your Weekly Handouts
WHY BECOME A DOGNOSTICS' CERTIFIED TRICK INSTRUCTOR?
Developed and designed for you by Louise Stapleton-Frappell and Niki Tudge
Your Program Instructor
Helping Clients Get It Right!
with Niki Tudge & Louise Stapleton-Frappell
CEUs: PPAB 2, IAABC 2, CCPDT 2
As professional dog trainers and behavior consultants, we know that training a dog requires a combination of knowledge and mechanical skills; after all, dog training is a hands-on project. We also recognize that there are several ways to train a dog, lots of different methods, and many conflicting and varied philosophies about how training should be approached. So, let’s learn the important concepts that can help us to help our clients in a fun and easy way.
In this webinar we will review what we believe are the Top Ten Knowledge Concepts that as professional trainers we need to transfer to our clients in support of, and as a foundation to the key skills we teach them.
Key Topics Covered
With registration of this webinar you will receive a code to download the following:
These are your ten individual short video files. They are not branded and can be used however you need in support of your training programs and business growth
#1 Your Best Decision
#2 +R Rocks
#3 “No!” isn’t a Behavior.
#4 Management for Success
#5 You’ve Got It
#6 Your Training Gear
#7 The Training Steps
#8 What Will You Name It?
#10 Practice Makes Perfect!
About Your Presenters
Niki Tudge M.B.A, PCBC-A, CDBC, CDT
Louise Stapleton-Frappell B.A. Hons, PCT- A, PCBC-A, CAP3, CTDI, DN-FSG, DN-CPCT, CWRI
Louise is a Partner and Faculty Member of DogNostics Career Center and Board Member of The Pet Professional Guild. Membership manager of The Pet Professional Guild British Isles and Regional Coordinator of Doggone Safe in Spain, Louise has constantly built on her knowledge and furthered her education in the field of force-free, rewards based, science-based pet training. The creator of the DogNostics’ Dog Trainer Certification Program, Louise has presented at conferences internationally and has gained a reputation for expertly teaching and training humans and canines at her own establishment, The DogSmith of Estepona, in Southern Spain, where she offers a wide range of both group and private classes and pet dog services.
CEUs: PPAB 1, IAABC 1
As professional dog trainers and behavior consultants, we know that training a dog requires a combination of knowledge and mechanical skills.
One of the main skills we teach is how to effectively use a bridging stimulus. Some of us use a verbal ‘marker’ word; some of us use a clicker, and some of us use both, depending on what we are teaching. We use terminology such as clicker training, using a behavior marker, a bridging stimulus…
Join Louise Stapleton-Frappell as she examines one of The Top Ten Dog Training Concepts©, delving into the world of ‘clicker’ training.
This presentation is suitable for pet owners, shelter workers and all those starting out on their training journey but will also prove useful for professionals already paving their way in the world of dog training.
About your presenter
Louise Stapleton-Frappell - B.A. Hons, PCT- A, PCBC-A, CAP3, CTDI, DN-FSG, DN-CPCT, CWRI
Louise is a Partner and Faculty Member of DogNostics Career Center and Board Member of The Pet Professional Guild. Louise has constantly built on her knowledge and furthered her education in the field of force-free, rewards based, science-based pet training. The creator of the DogNostics’ Dog Trainer Certification Program, Louise has presented at conferences internationally and has gained a reputation for expertly teaching and training humans and canines at her own establishment, The DogSmith of Estepona, in Southern Spain, where she offers a wide range of both group and private classes and pet dog services.