Terrible Teens - Canine Adolescence 6 months to 2 1/2 Years
Presented by: Patricia King
DVD- 3 disc set
This is the most comprehensive presentation on dealing with adolescent dogs age 6 months to 2 ½ years. Trish includes as part of the lecture presentation, high quality video footage shot as demo footage to compliment the slides and lecture. She also incorporates live case study consultations, problem solving and dog demos.
Many people acquire their dogs when they're adolescents ... or they think they don't have to train them until they're older .... or they think they remember how to train them themselves! This session is about those dogs the untrained, overly-excitable, bullying, suspicious, fearful, or shy adolescent and how to help owners teach them to be compliant, happy companions.
This seminar concentrates on practical tips -improving management, developing a relationship, handling techniques and deciding which exercises might be most appropriate for those teenage dogs. Most people hire trainers or get into class because they have an adolescent. The majority of the dogs surrendered to shelters are adolescent because they are too hard to handle; too energetic; too rough or un-trainable. The seminar is broken down for easy understanding of a particular issue
|Type||DVD universal format|
|Run Time||5 hrs 40 mins|
|Publisher||Tawzer Dog LLC|
|Copyright||© 2010, Tawzer Dog LLC|
|About The Presenter (BIO)||
Trish is a nationally recognized dog behavior and training expert. Her home is currently filled with two dogs: Strider, a formerly stray German Shepherd and Luke, a Bull Terrier Mix. Trish has extensively studied, taught, and written about dogs. She has been at MHS since 1994 and established the Canine Behavior Academy (formerly CITA) program. She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT) and a Certified Dog Behavior Counselor (CDBC). In September 2004, Trish’s book Parenting Your Dog was published to wide acclaim.
Trish frequently teaches workshops and seminars on dog behavior, canine management, behavior assessment and handling difficult dogs. She is also an instructor for the Officer Training Academy at MHS and was a member of the panel that developed the Delta Society’s Professional Standards for Dog Trainers: Effective, Humane Principles. She has spoken at several national conferences, including APDT, HSUS and AHA.
Trish says she is “eternally fascinated by canine communication and human interactions with animals.” And people and their animal companions are the better for it.