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    • Monday, September 26, 2016
    • Monday, September 26, 2022
    • Recorded Webinar

    (One of 25 webinars that were featured in PPG's August Virtual Pet Care Summit)

    Presented by Mary Jean Alsina

    CEUs PPAB 1 

    This presentation will debunk myths that have been prevalent for a long time and which continue to cause problems in handlers' relationships with dogs. The topics will range from dominance theory to the fact that a wagging tail does not always mean a happy dog. Pet care providers will leave the webinar feeling more comfortable as to what is scientifically sound and what is not true, but has become accepted as such because of misleading representation in the media

    Webinar Objectives

    • Learn and understand why dominance theory has been debunked and how applying the pack leader mentality to working with animals can cause various behavior issues.
    • Learn that dogs, in the majority of cases, do not bite out of nowhere.
    • Learn why dogs petting dogs or giving them treats when fearful is not rewarding the fear.
    • Learn why yelling at a dog in many cases (shelter, kennels, etc.) does not stop barking or undesirable behavior but actually makes it worse.  

    About the Presenter

    Mary Jean Alsina is the owner and head trainer of The Canine Cure, LLC in New Jersey. She was named one of the first worldwide 27 accredited professionals to earn the title of professional canine trainer-accredited through the Pet Professional Accreditation Board and was also named recently to the Pet Professional Guild steering committee. She is a certified professional dog trainer-knowledge assessed and is also certified by the American Kennel Club as a Canine Good Citizen evaluator. She is a regular contributor to BARKS from the Guild and is also the author of the newly released book, Dogs Are People Too-A Guide to Understanding and Training Your Dog (because you're more alike than you think!).

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