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Verbal and Non-Verbal Techniques for Creating an "Interactive Reward Event"

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Michael Ellis - filmed 2013 - this DVD qualifies for 4.45 trainer CCPDT CEUs

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Verbal and Non-Verbal Techniques for Creating an "Interactive Reward Event"

Presented by: Michael Ellis

DVD 2 disc set - run time: 3 hrs 17 mins

Filmed at the 2013 Penn Vet Working Dog Conference "The Art & Science of Training: Dog and Handler"

Michael Ellis introduces trainers to the marker training system that he teaches at the Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers. He emphasizes the importance of engagement with your working dog and teaches trainers how to create it. In the hands on sessions, Michael demonstrates these techniques along with trouble shooting methods for a variety of issues handlers’ experience.


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Motivating! Review by JKatz
This was just the motivator I've been searching to find. Michael Ellis' presentation is energetic, engaging & entertaining — exactly the type of relationship we want with our dogs. He presents many concepts that counter what most have learned as mandatory "pet dog training" basic skills that function as inhibitors to motivation. I loved this seminar & am looking forward to implementing his suggestions. Training will less predictable & mundane. (Posted on 3/12/14)

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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 3 hrs 17 min
Presenter Michael Ellis
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2013, Tawzer Dog LLC
Author No
About The Presenter (BIO) No

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