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Teacher's Pet focuses on command training - and command training is as simple as (and as complicated as) communicating clearly with your dog. Dog's aren't born understanding what sit or come means. Every single thing your dog understands about a command - both the good and the not so good - he learned from a human, probably you! So, if your dog doesn’t obey as you would like, guess who has to change? You do - your dog can change but you have to change first. At Teacher’s Pet on Pet Life Radi ...
 
Amy Jensen is a professional puppy trainer, service dog trainer and creator of Baxter & Bella's Puppy Prep - The Online Puppy School. She spends her free time training dogs to be calm, well-mannered household members as well as service & therapy dogs. After receiving many requests to train dogs for people, Amy decided to roll out a comprehensive how-to online training program to help you train your own dog. On this podcast, she shares training tips aimed at helping you be successful on your ...
 
After 40 years of breeding, raising, and training dogs, Ivan Balabanov provides his expert insights on dog training that he’s developed throughout his 4 decades in the dog community. Ivan takes a deep dive into the mind of dogs with the help of incredible guests that will blow your mind and change your outlook on dog training and perhaps life in general!
 
Annie Grossman of the NYC-based dog training center School For The Dogs answers training questions, confronts myths, geeks out on animal behavior, discusses pet trends and interviews industry experts. Annie encourages people to become literate in the basics of behavioral science in order to help their dogs and themselves. Tune in to learn how to use science-based methods to train dogs (and people) without pain, force, or coercion! Show notes: schoolforthedogs.com/podcast Have a dog or puppy ...
 
Leerburg's Dog Training Podcast was started in 2006, long before podcasts became trendy like they are today. Our podcast is a place to share valuable information and have conversations that are important to the dog training community. With podcasts becoming more popular in recent years the team here at Leerburg has elected to release new episodes of some of our favorite content from our trainers like Ed Frawley, Michael Ellis, and Kevin Sheldahl. Learn the evolution and basics of dog trainin ...
 
The Dog's Way Podcast, with professional dog trainer Sean McDaniel, deals with practical dog obedience for real life situations. Sean gives you underlying theory and practical training assignments based in a more naturalistic dog training philosophy to help you solve the most common dog behavior issues. Sean shares his experience from over fifteen years of working with clients and their dogs, dealing with behavior modification, functional dog obedience issues and everyday dog training issues ...
 
Canine Conversations tackles just about everything dog related: dog training, dog health, owning a dog, dog behavior problems, competitive dog sports, what to feed, rescue dogs, shelter dogs, talks with other dog lovers and so much more. Hosted by Robert Cabral, master trainer and behavior specialist. Robert has trained and worked with thousands of dogs through his work with Bound Angels at shelters throughout the US. He has also trained and titled competitive obedience and protection dogs w ...
 
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Champion Puppy Training Podcast

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Champion Puppy Training Podcast

Pat Quinn: Creator of the Champion Puppy Training System

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Are you a new puppy owner? A busy puppy owner? A frustrated puppy owner? This weekly podcast will allow you to better know and grow your puppy. This puppy training podcast delves into obedience, manners, socialization and how to get your dog's training off to a Champion start. Want relief and results? This podcast will sharpen your ownership skills so you can better develop your Champion puppy. Throughout the year topics will include: Management techniques How to motivate your puppy (without ...
 
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In this episode, Michael Ellis discusses the concept of using training rituals and locations to begin your training regime. Oftentimes people like to skip right past the rountines, preparation, and engagement building and go straight to training but these foundation steps have a very significant importance. Have a training or equipment question? Re…
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis discusses the concept of capping and how it can be used for both competition/sport dog owners and regular pet owners. As a training technique, capping has multiple uses and benefits. Have a training or equipment question? Reach out to Cindy via our Ask Cindy Portal on our website. She answers emails daily and will be …
 
It costs a lot to run a small business in New York City, which can be a conundrum for a mission-driven business like School For The Dogs. Annie talks about some of the ways that she and Kate have worked to offer services and goods at prices that can make "Good Dog Training" accessible to everyone, and what it means to "shop small" in a world when t…
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis discusses the concept of indirect socialization with the help of neutral dogs and people. This is an important tool for any dog trainer's toolbelt. Have a training or equipment question? Reach out to Cindy via our Ask Cindy Portal on our website. She answers emails daily and will be able to give you specific advice an…
 
A bunch of media outlets have recently done stories about private dog runs in NYC, and have mentioned School For The Dogs' School Yard sessions, which are playtimes for dogs. School Yard is members-only, by-appointment and trainer-supervised. Annie talks about why the service is so special, and also why it's so expensive. She addresses some of the …
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis discuss the initial concepts of how to start socializing your dog to new people, places, things, and other dogs. Have a training or equipment question? Reach out to Cindy via our Ask Cindy Portal on our website. She answers emails daily and will be able to give you specific advice and recommendations. - https://leerbu…
 
In this episode, Ed Frawley and Michael Ellis discusses the important ongoing process of puppy socialization. Socialization is the process of neutralizing your puppy to new people, places, and things to develop expectations of behavior in social settings. This is done through engagement and relationship building with your puppy to teach them that y…
 
Today I want to talk about something that over the course of the past few years I’ve coined as parenting styles for dogs. After coaching thousands of puppy parents, things start to become very clear and you find ways to really connect ideas with people. This is one of those ideas. What kind of puppy parent am I? Do I motivate my dog to want to be w…
 
Annie is joined by School For The Dogs apprentice Leeyah Wiseman to discuss two super important behaviors: Touch and find it. She and Annie discuss the benefits of teaching these two things and talk about why both behaviors are such great starting places for many dogs and their humans. Check out @schoolforthedogs' Reels on Instagram to see Leeyah d…
 
Right after getting a pandemic puppy, Tiffany Chen decided to see if she could build some sort of side hustle in order to get her out of the corporate world. She signed up for the Virtual Assistant Internship and learned that it's wise to pick a niche. While she was working on learning about training her own dog (and building his requisite Instagra…
 
In this episode, Ed Frawley briefly discusses how to redirect puppy biting when you bring a new puppy into the house. Have a training or equipment question? Reach out to Cindy via our Ask Cindy Portal on our website. She answers emails daily and will be able to give you specific advice and recommendations. - https://leerburg.com/newcontact.php…
 
Today we are talking about therapy dogs and address the following: What is a therapy dog? What is the difference between a therapy dog, emotional support dog and a service dog? How do you train your dog to be a therapy dog? When do you start? How long does it take? What things does your dog need to know how to do? Who do you certify with? How old d…
 
Annie's life has two speeds right now. You'll find her physically trapped underneath her two young daughters using a suite of remote treat dispensers to train her dog, or she's at a local co-working space in a tiny room alone, talking to herself. In this bonus episode, on the one-year anniversary of her beloved dog Amos passing, she is in the latte…
 
In this episode, Ed Frawley discusses how he and Cindy manage bringing a new dog into their home. Through careful planning and use of the techniques discussed we hope to maximize your ability to safely integrate a new dog into your home and existing pack. Have a training or equipment question? Reach out to Cindy via our Ask Cindy Portal on our webs…
 
On this episode I talk with Elaine Rosen, President and CEO of Dog Lodge, based in Texas. She also is the host of the podcast, Dog Lodge Radio. Dog Lodge is a great non-profit that deals with elderly and special needs dogs. It is essentially a senior dog retirement home and hospice care facility. They focus on providing a permanent home to dogs who…
 
Dog trainer Ilana Alderman, one of Annie's closest friends, has a reputation at School For The Dogs for being a kind of Disney Princess: She looks sort of like Snow White, and seems to titter with birds and befriend fish like Cinderella or Ariel. For nearly a decade, Ilana has focused on training (and enriching the lives of) pretty much every anima…
 
I want to share with you common training questions we receive along with our training answers to help you on your puppy training journey. Here at BAXTER & Bella we are family and enjoy supporting each other through this adventure. We hope you feel part of our community and may find you have some of these same questions! Topics include: Biting... St…
 
Annie talks about why she is generally against costumes for dogs and suggests some alternatives to dressing up your dog on Halloween. She also discusses some feedback she got about last week’s episode, which featured an interview with the lawyer representing the woman who was mauled by Cesar Millan’s dog. Lastly, she shares two anecdotes: one about…
 
New Online Course - Michael Ellis on Developing a Relationship with Your Dog: https://university.leerburg.com/Catalog/viewCourse/cid/159 The course content came from Friday, day one in the Michael Ellis seminar held at Leerburg in September 2021. We would like to mention that it was filmed in a very large tent on a day that saw terrible weather (wi…
 
It has been awhile since I’ve talked about loose leash walking and today I want to revisit it. Let’s talk about when to start, how to begin and the different types of walks I take my dogs on. Whenever I talk about this there are always a LOT of questions involved. When you are done listening today, if you want more help, please check out our online…
 
Countless animals are endangered and at risk of being extinct. The work of Jay Crafter of Invictus K9 is making a huge difference. His team of highly skilled anti-poaching dogs find the bad guys and recover their loot. Jay is an amazing guy, fantastic dog trainer and a conservationist fight in numerous countries throughout the African continent to …
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis describes the different types of tugs to consider and when to use those different tugs. As your dog develops, both in skill and maturation, the type of tug you use will change and adapt over time. Here is his rundown on what you should consider when buying your dog a tug. Have a training or equipment question? Reach o…
 
In the summer of 2017, Lidia Matiss, then a high schooler, went to visit her mom at her workplace and, inside the office, was brutally attacked by an off-leash dog. Her mother worked for Cesar's Way, which belongs to Cesar Millan, aka The Dog Whisperer; the dog was Millan's late pit bull, Junior. Annie interviews LA-based lawyer Brian Adesman, who …
 
On this episode, I sit down with Brad Bevill, who is an incredibly talented dog behavior expert. Brad's focus for dogs is teaching them to be in a follower mindset and balanced emotionally. Brad's focus for people is teaching them to be fair, and consistent leaders for their dogs, and to teach them how to fulfill their dog's lives more profoundly. …
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis discusses how teaching a hunting dog to play tug is a bit different than other sport and working dogs. In this clip from the 2021 seminar at Leerburg, Michael explains how he teaches the formal retrieve as an obedience task unlike the play retrieve which is used as a reward system. Have a training or equipment questio…
 
There are three main areas I want to address today on this topic of training mode vs everyday life. First, why training mode? What is it and how does it develop? Second, what do you want your dog to do? What are your goals for your dog? And finally, how can you use what you have taught your dog to make everyday life easier for both of you? Support …
 
In this episode, Michael Ellis covers some of the key terms and concepts used in dog training, and specifically his system of communication. Here Michael covers 18 of his most used terms specifically related to training dogs with food. Understanding these terms is the foundation of understanding the concepts behind dog training. Have a training or …
 
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