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Feisty Fidos

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Pia Silvani - filmed 2006 - this DVD qualifies for 1 trainer & 1 behavior consultant CCPDT CEUs

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Feisty Fidos

Presented by: Pia Silvani


Owning a dog-aggressive dog can be very disturbing to owners. It can also be a difficult problem to resolve. People may be embarrassed and not know what to do when their dog is lunging at another dog. Consequently, many of these dogs may be isolated from other dogs for the rest of their lives, surrendered to shelters or euthanized. 

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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 2 hrs. 31 min.
Presenter Pia Silvani
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2006, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO)

Pia Silvani's love of teaching began over 30 years ago as a private trainer, dance instructor, and track, field and swimming coach for the Special Olympics. Her academic background was gained through the training of the world-renowned President, CEO and Founder of the famous Cooper Aerobics Center, Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, M.D., M.P.H. Dr. Cooper, recognized as the leader of the international physical fitness movement and credited with motivating more people in the field, helped Pia learn more about motivational teaching and getting by, through good coaching skills, specifically for people who may not be self-motivated in their pursuit to obtain a goal. As a result, she achieved the highest level of training by becoming a Regional Clinician for the first international aerobics corporation where she trained hundreds of new instructors in the field. She has combined her love of coaching and teaching people with her other fondness - - dogs.

Pia is Director of Training and Behavior at St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center located in Madison, New Jersey, where she developed various courses focusing on positive, reward-based techniques, helping to enhance the bond and relationship of dog and their human companions. The result of her efforts is an astounding 100+ classes per week. She has written six training manuals, which are being used around the country as a resource guide for other trainers.

Pia was instrumental in developing a behavior department for the shelter which offers pre-adoption and post-adoption education to all adopters. She also developed a canine coach program where volunteers and apprentice trainers work with shelter dogs on a daily basis to help the dogs become more adoptable. Through word of mouth and a good reputation, St. Hubert’s now has a very successful private consultation department for pet owners specializing in aggressive and anxiety-related problems for dogs.

Pia travels with the Petfinder Adoption Option team several times a year, helping to educate rescue groups and shelters around the country, is an active writer for various newsletters and magazines and has been nominated several times for her work by The Dog Writers Association of America. She routinely gives guest appearances on television and radio and lectures internationally at various conferences and forums.

Her book "Raising Puppies and Kids Together - A Guide for Parents" was voted in the top three parenting books for a Franklin D. Roosevelt Foundation and winner of Zootoo.com 2008 Pet Lover’s Choice Awards – Category: Top Behavior and Training Book.

Pia shares her home with husband, Marty, as well as their 6-year-old Belgian Tervuren, Guinevere (“Guinn”), her 2 year old niece, Gwendololena (“Lena”) and her eighteen week step-brother, Galahad (“Gilly”). Pia competes in Obedience, Rally-O, Agility, and may enter the sport of conformation in the near future. She continues to enjoy dancing but now with her dogs!

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