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Training vs. Management. Presented by Suzanne Clothier

  • Monday, June 08, 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
  • Live Webinar

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CEUs: PPAB 1.5, IAABC (pending), CCPDT (pending), KPA (pending)


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Many of our clients unknowingly drift between training and management as they try to work with their dogs and handle behavior or training challenges. Because they are not clear on the difference between changing behavior and preventing behavior, they may believe their dog has learned X, Y or Z. In reality, examined a bit more closely, it may turn out that they have simply managed the dog’s behavior, not taught actual skills. This frustrates the handler and leads to misunderstandings.

Both management and training have their place in humane, effective training. Knowing the difference between the two modes of interacting with the dog is key to helping your clients set clear expectations in any training program.

This webinar focuses on:

·      What is management?

·      Benefits & drawbacks of management

·      Does management always fail?

·      What is training?

·      Training vs prevention

·      The Think & Learn zone

·      Decision points: when to train, when to manage

Daily lives with our dogs are an ever changing blend of management and training, depending on the individual dog, our lifestyle, our skill level, expectations, and so many other factors. When a handler knows which mode they using at any given time, they can set realistic expectations for their dog’s behavior.


About The Presenter

Suzanne Clothier


Suzanne Clothier has been working with animals professionally since 1977. Currently based in St. Johnsville, New York, she is well respected internationally for her holistic Relationship Centered Training™ approach to dogs and the people that love them. Her background includes training, instruction, behavior modification, kennel management, temperament assessment, physical assessment and conditioning, early puppy development, class curriculum development, obedience, agility, Search and Rescue, conformation, breeding and more. Since 1991, she has taught workshops and seminars on a broad range of topics throughout the United States and internationally for a wide variety of groups from training clubs to international conferences in 11 countries.

An award-winning author of multiple books and DVDs, her book, Bones Would Rain from the Sky: Deepening Our Relationships With Dogs (2002) has received wide spread praise from every corner of the dog world, including twice being included in the Wall Street Journal's list of Top 5 Dog Books. She has served on the American Humane Association’s Task Force for Humane Training, the AKC Agility Advisory board, and is currently a consultant for Frankie & Andy’s Place, a senior dog sanctuary in Georgia. She has also developed multiple assessment tools - CARAT™, an assessment tool, RAT™ (Relationship Assessment Tool), as well as puppy and adult dog tests. These tools have been used by guide and service dog organizations, therapy dog groups, AAIA organizations, shelters and rescue groups, and trainers. In her work as a consultant to guide dog schools, her Enriched Puppy Protocol™ served as the structure for the updating of their puppy raising programs. Since 2007, more than 10,000 puppies have been raised in programs built around The Enriched Puppy Protocol™. Meanwhile, with fellow trainer Cindy Knowlton, she developed CCC: Connection, Cooperation & Control™, a puzzle-based program that builds joyful relationships between handlers and dogs. Her newest program, FAT - Functional Assessment Tracking™, helps caretakers assess a dog’s well-being day-to-day as reflected in physiological, cognitive and social aspects.


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