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37 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 13 - the words we use with our dogs
Our own history of the words we use routinely and with our dogs can and does affect our dog's behaviour. By being more aware of the meaning of these words, we can communicate more effectively to our dogs.Use the code "podcast30" at the checkout for 30% off these courses. https://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/courses/Total-recallhttps://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/courses/teach-your-dog-to-walk-on-a-loose-leadhttps://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/courses/dealing-with-aggression-and-reactivity-in-dogs-a-guide-for-owners-and-trainers
51 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 12 - training tools and equipment
In this episode I discuss training tools and equipment from leads and collars to harnesses and long lines.If you are interested in learning with me, I'm offering Podcast Listeners a 20% discount on the membership coursehttps://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/courses/dog-training-and-behaviour-modificationIf you use the code "Intro20" you'll receive your 20% discount on the first 36 months of membership.
33 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 11 - In conversation with Innes - part 2
Part 2 of my conversation with Innes, whose journey through positive reinforcement training with his dog, Kuro, changed his life.
36 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 10 - In conversation with Innes - part 1
Today's episode is the first part of my conversation with Innes, who was a client and is now a good friend and how his journey with his dog changed his life.Part 2 to come ASAP
53 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 9 - What is reinforcement?
In this episode I discuss the ins and outs of positive reinforcement training. I also talk about when people say "I tried positive reinforcement and it didn't work" ##and how inaccurate a statement that is. https://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/
32 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 8 - Stillness
A mixed bag in this episode but looking at how philosophical practices can help us in our learning journeys with our dogs. As always, we are delighted to receive your feedback, so please get in touch email firstname.lastname@example.org
30 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 6 - A conversation with Cameron Coale
Cameron is a master carpenter and electrician who got my first dog when a guy walked into a bar trying to give Bobbie Sue away. He didn't even want a dog but felt sorry for her and made all the new dog owner mistakes. In the next year adopted a puppy, Billie Joe and soon after rescued Henry. He had some great training mentors and started studying hard. Cameron has helped run a dog training page of over 100k for years now. Dog Training 101 on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/Dogtraining101When he moved to TN a few years back I started volunteering with rescue working with their aggressive hard to home dogs. There aren't many resources here, and the success rate has been small, but he kept trying.Cameron has five kids, four dogs, a cat, five chickens, two hampsters, love gardening, nature, I would easily fit under the American term hillbilly!
28 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 5 - Dog Training is...
A few weeks ago, I asked for followers on my Facebook page to complete the sentence "Dog Training is..."Here are some thoughts and reflections on some of the answers which were given.
50 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 4 - Covid puppies
In this episode I am talking to my friend and great trainer, Colleen Hild. We are talking about the challenges of raising a puppy through the sensitive socialisation periods of puppyhood during the Covid-19 pandemic. This information not only applies to puppies but also to young adult dogs.Colleen has been training dogs since a young age, but left the corporate sales world only 4 yrs ago to purse Her passion as a full-time career. She earned her Certificate in Canine Studies from the Northwest School of Canine studies and launched her own business, Colleen Dog Training, in 2016. Her services include board & trains, private training, Day training and group classes. While Colleen Works with all ages and breeds, she has chosen to specialize in puppies. She has done training and group classes for Seattle Puppyworks and the Seattle Humane Society. She is a mother of 2 adult children and a boxer mix rescue, and resides in Redmond WA (part of the greater Seattle area)NOTE - there is only one swear word in this episode which is why we have had to check the EXPLICIT content box. We covered it with humour and it is down to two cultures separated by the same language!
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 3 - Puppy training!
In this episode I talk to Katie Ozard, Active Dog Training and Behaviour in Guernsey. Katie had a great opportunity to train a litter of Rottweiler puppies earlier in the summer and shares her experience and observations with us, highlighting how important early positive reinforcement training is to puppy development.Katie can be found online on her websitehttps://www.activedogbehaviour.co.uk/and on Facebook and Instagram searching for Active Dog Behaviour.If you are interested in learning more about dog training, whatever your level of knowledge, please click on the link below for my membership course. The price is fixed at £12 per month for the first 36 months using the code "Intro20" at the check out.https://glasgowdogtraineronline.thinkific.com/courses/dog-training-and-behaviour-modificationPlease let us know your thoughts on the podcast email@example.com
48 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 2 - You, your dog, your children and your new baby.
In this episode, we talk to Aileen Stevenson, founder of the Perfect Puppy Company in Glasgow, Scotland. Aileen is Scotland's first and (currently) only Family Paws licensed trainer. We talk about the things new parents need to be aware of with their dog for the arrival of their new baby, how things change as the baby becomes a toddler and how to keep everyone safe.https://www.theperfectpuppycompany.co.uk/https://www.familypaws.com/
32 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 1 - Tired of being dragged around by your dog?
In this episode, we will discuss some of the often overlooked aspects of teaching your dog to walk on a loose lead/leash with you.You can find additional content on our other social media channels. Please subscribe and if you know anyone who may find this information useful, please let them knowhttps://www.youtube.com/user/GlasgowDogTrainerhttps://www.facebook.com/GlasgowDogTrainer/https://www.instagram.com/glasgowdogtrainer/
2 minutes | 7 months ago
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