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TRISH KING

PAT MILLER

K9 AGGRESSION & MISBEHAVIOR

MASTER SERIES

A groundbreaking webinar series on practical K9 misbehavior & aggression modification and management. Over the course of four engaging sessions, Trish & Pat will delve deep into theory, and equip you with practical solutions to achieve remarkable results for your clients & their dogs.

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SCHEDULE

Sundays:

July 16 & 23

August 13 & 20

10:00 AM PST/11 AM Mountain/ 12 PM Central and 1 PM EST

Or watch the recordings available the day after each live session with unlimited views for up to one year!

10 CEUs

RATES FOR ENTIRE SERIES

$89 Individual

$79 Groups of 4+

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program

PROGRAM GOAL

THROUGHOUT THE 4 IMMERSIVE SESSIONS EXPECT TO:

 Unlock the Theory: 

Gain a profound understanding of the factors that contribute to misbehavior & aggression and how they impact dogs & their humans.

Practical Hands-On Solutions:

Trish and Pat will demonstrate step-by-step solutions, equipping you with the tools and techniques to implement real change in the lives of dogs and their humans.

Empower Yourself and Your Clients:

Discover how to effectively communicate with clients, tailor behavior modification plans to individual dogs, and guide owners towards sustainable results.

Types of behavior & aggression problems & their solutions include:

Separation Anxiety - Disobedient - Willful - Aggressive - Mouthy Rough - Destructive - Too energetic - Easily aroused - Chasing people - Chasing Cars - Dog on Dog aggression - Biting & Nipping - Resource Guarding

Some of the aspects we will be exploring include:

The Owner: Personality Types (Controllers vs Nurturers) & Baseline Abilities, Commitment & Family Constraints

The Dog: History, Medical Conditions & All Other Motivational Factors

PARTS 1 & 2

Trish King

July 16 & 23, 2023

Trish King's unique focus: the trainer’s role in training Dog Owners as well as Dogs.  For her, the capabilities & commitment of owners are the key to constructing workable b-mod or management plans. 

 

She tackles excitability, reactivity, separation anxiety, aggression etc. She shows how to help clients from the most capable and committed to the least. It’s not easy.

 

Using case studies, Trish will focus on the 3 pillars of behavior modification and management:

1. OBSERVE

  • List the issues

  • What is happening?

  • How often does it happen?

  • What sparks the issue?

  • How is the dog feeling?

2. ANALYSE

  • Why is the dog engaging in the behavior?

  • Analyzing the owner's attitude, capability and comitment.

  • Acceptance is necessary to modify behavior.

3. MAKE A PLAN

  • What is the dog capable of?

  • What are the owners willing to do?

  • Developing modification & management plans by behavior, that takes everyone's lives into account!

PARTS 3 & 4

Pat Miller

August 13 & 20, 2023

Pat Miller provides the most detailed explanation anywhere of exactly how each of the best-known behavior modification treatment programs for aggression actually work including: 

CC&D - Counter Conditioning & Desensitization; 

CAT – Constructive Aggression Treatment;

BAT – Behavior Adjustment Training;

OC – Operant Conditioning;

LAT – CC&D & OC;

PAT – Pat’s Preferred - Positive Aggression Treatment.

 

She then shows how to apply the appropriate method for varying types of aggression, stressors & client situations.

OVERVIEW & DEFINITIONS

  • Counter Conditioning and Desensitization

  • Constructional Aggression Treatment (CAT)

  • Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) - Simplified Version.

  • BAT 2.0 & Pat's Variation of it 

CLASSIFICATIONS OF AGRESSION

  • Fear Related Aggression

  • Possession Aggression (RG)

  • Touch/Handling Sensitivity

  • Reactivity

  • Predatory Aggression

  • Aggression in multi-dog households

FRAMEWORK FOR CLIENT CONSULTS

  • Positive Aggression Treatment

  • Stressors & Strategies

  • Applying Behavior Modification in the real world.

  • Case studies & analysis

Q/A

FAQ

BROADCASTING

Trish’s & Pat’s presentations were all previously recorded for the specific purpose of presenting the information at these webinars. Each of the presentation broadcasts is followed by a live webinar appearance of Trish or Pat for the Q/A sessions. 

Q/A SESSIONS

Each of the 4 broadcasts is followed by a live webinar appearance of Trish or Pat that is exclusive to our online audience.

LITERATURE

After the series you will be presented with a link to download each presentation in PDF format.

WHAT IS THE SEMINAR SCHEDULE? 

Each of the 4 Sunday sessions are about 2 hours of presentation followed by our live Q/A of 30 minutes.

Each session will start at 10:00 AM PST/11 AM Mountain/ 12 PM Central and 1 PM EST. 

CAN I WATCH IT LATER ON? 

Whether you miss or attend any scheduled broadcast date you will still be able to view all of the recordings plus all of the Q & A sessions that followed, for an entire year, an unlimited number of times.

HOW ABOUT CEU'S? 

If you are CCPDT or IAABC certified trainer, there are 10 CEUs available. When ordering the seminar ticket, there is a box where you enter your CCPDT 7-digit number. After the conference finishes, we will provide the number to CCPDT. For IAABC credits we will be sending certificates upon request.

SPEAKER

TRISH KING

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Trish has been a dog addict since she was a teen, and managed to combine her love of dogs with her respect and affection for people. Her goal is always to enrich the lives of both, through the humane and thoughtful use of relationship work, environmental management and training.

 

Trish established the Canine Behavior Academy at the Marin Humane Society for new or interested trainers, which covers dog handling, evaluating, learning theory, training techniques and solving problems, as well as teaching people.  After she left Marin Humane, she taught the academy at Humane Society Silicon Valley, and then locally in Marin.  It is now offered online.  Several hundred people have attended all levels of the Academy.  Trish also teaches workshops and seminars on behavior, canine management, temperament assessment, and handling difficult dogs.

Trish's speaking engagements have included numerous conferences presented by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, the Humane Society of the United States,  and the American Humane Association, as well as California Animal Care Conferences, private training groups, webinars and teleconferences.

 

She has written a critically acclaimed book for dog owners, Parenting Your Dog (TFH Publications), as well as numerous articles about dog and cat behavior for local and national newspapers and magazines. Trish is:

  • Member of the American Humane Association Task Force for Humane Dog Training.

  • Equipment Chair of the Delta Guidelines for Humane Dog Training.

  • Past Board member and charter member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT).

  • Member of the task force to restructure PetSmart Dog Training practices.

  • Instructor with "Dogs of Course", E-Training for Dogs & Raising Canine, LLC.

www.canine-behavior-associates.com

PAT MILLER

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Pat Miller, a past President of APDT, has been training dogs for more than 35 years. She was a humane officer at the Marin Humane Society in California for 20 years and most recently trains as a CPDT and behavior consultant at her Peaceable Paws Dog and Puppy Training Center in Maryland, home to her acclaimed Intern Academies. Pat is also APDT's 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

 

Pat writes for, and is Training Editor, of The Whole Dog Journal and contributes to Your Dog (published by Tufts University Veterinary School). Her first dog training book, The Power of Positive Dog Training (Howell Book House, 2001) has been on Amazon.com’s "Top 10 Dog Training Books" list since January of 2002. Her other books are: Positive Perspectives, Positive Perspectives 2,  Play With Your Dog, and “Do Over Dogs-Give Your Dog a Second Chance for a First Class Life”.

Her most recent book: “Beware of the Dog: Positive Solutions for Aggressive Behavior in Dogs” (Dogwise Publishing, 2017) is a practical road map to evaluating, managing and modifying aggression in pet dogs. 

In addition to this seminar, you can find her books for sale at dogwise.com.

FEES

RATES & TICKETS

INDIVIDUAL RATES

$89.00

Includes all 4 sessions

Buying your ticket:

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- We use PayPal which accepts all major credit cards, or use your own PayPal account.

GROUP RATES (4+)

$79.00

Includes all 4 sessions

Registering your group:

- Click on the below Reserve your Group icon.

- Complete the group reservation form.

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