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How Do You Train That?

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Training Dogs for Disasters

Topic: Training Dogs for Disaster Preparedness. Synopsis: Becca and Kat discuss the skills needed to evacuate, take refuge in a public shelter, and shelter in place during natural disasters. We also cover some training tasks for smaller emergencies. Links mentioned in the show: Ready.gov: Pets and Animals Crate Training Episode Ruff Wear tie-out Adaptil Spray Guests: Kat Camplin, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP Kat Camplin, is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA,) a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA-CTP,) and a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has served on the Board of Directors of a local obedience club, with 2 terms as President. Kat is an avid advocate for creating fun activities for dogs and their families to do together to shape positive relationships. She stays abreast of the latest research and training techniques and continuing education by attending workshops and seminars. A native of California, Kat has 30 years of experience in many dog training styles. She started as an apprentice to a “Dog Trainer to the Stars” before moving on to competitive Obedience training. She volunteered her training services at a local dog rescue for 8 years, which allowed her to work with many dog personalities. Kat is an active member of several dog training clubs and competes in Rally and Obedience. She has also dabbled in Tracking and Nosework and loves hiking and traveling with her dogs. Becca Hintz, KPA-CTP Rebecca Hintz has competed at World Shows and throughout Europe with her Parson Russell Terrier, Vixon. After a viscous attack by 2 large breed dogs, Vixon developed fear and anxiety that presented as reactive behavior. Becca fell in love with helping dogs like Vixon and donates behavior work to her local open intake shelter, SPCA and several rescues. She is once again active in the show world with her 11 year old daughter and is enjoying the wonderful training adventure with a new Russell Terrier in the house although her rescue mastiff is never one to sit out a training session. Becca was disabled at 25 in a car accident and has a passion for helping those with disabilities. She is an ADA advocate and trains a limited number of service dog’s with their owners. Pet dog training began when Becca retired from competing with her first pregnancy. She loves working with families to create relationship focused partnerships between dogs and their owners. Parrots, horses, cats and reptiles have all been part of Becca’s rescue and training life. Studio work is also a joy and she works with multiple species on set. Future plans include the continuing membership in the Karen Pryor Academy with a strong pursuit of continued education to both fulfill her KPA CTP certification requirements and her passion for knowledge to help the dogs and other species she loves to train. She is also a member of IAABC, is a CGC evaluator, and is a member of her local kennel club where she teaches confirmation. Becca lives with her husband, son, daughter, 2 dogs, 2 indoor cats, several barn feral cats, a ball python, a parakeet, and 3 horses on the farm. Life is not boring! The post Training Dogs for Disasters appeared first on How Do You Train That?.

36mins

11 Nov 2019

Rank #1

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DIY Dog Activities

Topic: DIY Dog Activities. Synopsis: Kat and Becca discuss how to build an in-home dog gym using normal household items. They talk about different skills to train to interact with household items to keep your dog entertained and fit. Links mentioned in the show: International Dog Parkour Quarantine Title Enrichment activities podcast Fitpaws Guests: Kat Camplin, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP Kat Camplin, is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA,) a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA-CTP,) and a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has served on the Board of Directors of a local obedience club, with 2 terms as President. Kat is an avid advocate for creating fun activities for dogs and their families to do together to shape positive relationships. She stays abreast of the latest research and training techniques and continuing education by attending workshops and seminars. A native of California, Kat has 30 years of experience in many dog training styles. She started as an apprentice to a “Dog Trainer to the Stars” before moving on to competitive Obedience training. She volunteered her training services at a local dog rescue for 8 years, which allowed her to work with many dog personalities. Kat is an active member of several dog training clubs and competes in Rally and Obedience. She has also dabbled in Tracking and Nosework and loves hiking and traveling with her dogs. Becca Hintz, KPA-CTP Rebecca Hintz has competed at World Shows and throughout Europe with her Parson Russell Terrier, Vixon. After a viscous attack by 2 large breed dogs, Vixon developed fear and anxiety that presented as reactive behavior. Becca fell in love with helping dogs like Vixon and donates behavior work to her local open intake shelter, SPCA and several rescues. She is once again active in the show world with her 11 year old daughter and is enjoying the wonderful training adventure with a new Russell Terrier in the house although her rescue mastiff is never one to sit out a training session. Becca was disabled at 25 in a car accident and has a passion for helping those with disabilities. She is an ADA advocate and trains a limited number of service dog’s with their owners. Pet dog training began when Becca retired from competing with her first pregnancy. She loves working with families to create relationship focused partnerships between dogs and their owners. Parrots, horses, cats and reptiles have all been part of Becca’s rescue and training life. Studio work is also a joy and she works with multiple species on set. Future plans include the continuing membership in the Karen Pryor Academy with a strong pursuit of continued education to both fulfill her KPA CTP certification requirements and her passion for knowledge to help the dogs and other species she loves to train. She is also a member of IAABC, is a CGC evaluator, and is a member of her local kennel club where she teaches confirmation. Becca lives with her husband, son, daughter, 2 dogs, 2 indoor cats, several barn feral cats, a ball python, a parakeet, and 3 horses on the farm. Life is not boring! The post DIY Dog Activities appeared first on How Do You Train That?.

27mins

8 Apr 2020

Rank #2

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Training Birds for Vet Visits

Topic: Training Birds for Veterinary Visits. Synopsis: Becca and Kat are joined by Melody Hennigh to  discuss the skills needed to get our pet birds to have fear free veterinary visits. Melody takes us through crate training and relaxation with handling birds. Links mentioned in the show: Low stress grooming Medication Training Guests: Melody Hennigh, RVT, KPA-CTP Melody is a Registered Veterinary Technician and a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner, training with all different species of parrots! She has been working at the Medical Center for Birds since 2008 and in 2015 created her training business, Busy Beaks Academy. Working at the veterinary hospital with primary focus on training, Melody is able to help create training plans and enrichment goals for patients during their stay at the hospital, as well as with their owners once they go home. When she isn’t training parrots, Melody enjoys teaching Puppy Start Right course with her training partner and basic manners at the local animal shelter. The post Training Birds for Vet Visits appeared first on How Do You Train That?.

29mins

27 Jan 2020

Rank #3

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Building relationships between kids and dogs

Topic: Building Relationships Between Kids and Dogs. Synopsis: Becca and Kat discuss the skills needed to create relationships between kids and dogs by decreasing conflict, frustration, and increasing shared activities. Links mentioned in the show: Family Paws Parent Education Enrichment activities podcast Hand targeting Disengagement podcast Guests: Kat Camplin, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP Kat Camplin, is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA,) a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA-CTP,) and a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has served on the Board of Directors of a local obedience club, with 2 terms as President. Kat is an avid advocate for creating fun activities for dogs and their families to do together to shape positive relationships. She stays abreast of the latest research and training techniques and continuing education by attending workshops and seminars. A native of California, Kat has 30 years of experience in many dog training styles. She started as an apprentice to a “Dog Trainer to the Stars” before moving on to competitive Obedience training. She volunteered her training services at a local dog rescue for 8 years, which allowed her to work with many dog personalities. Kat is an active member of several dog training clubs and competes in Rally and Obedience. She has also dabbled in Tracking and Nosework and loves hiking and traveling with her dogs. Becca Hintz, KPA-CTP Rebecca Hintz has competed at World Shows and throughout Europe with her Parson Russell Terrier, Vixon. After a viscous attack by 2 large breed dogs, Vixon developed fear and anxiety that presented as reactive behavior. Becca fell in love with helping dogs like Vixon and donates behavior work to her local open intake shelter, SPCA and several rescues. She is once again active in the show world with her 11 year old daughter and is enjoying the wonderful training adventure with a new Russell Terrier in the house although her rescue mastiff is never one to sit out a training session. Becca was disabled at 25 in a car accident and has a passion for helping those with disabilities. She is an ADA advocate and trains a limited number of service dog’s with their owners. Pet dog training began when Becca retired from competing with her first pregnancy. She loves working with families to create relationship focused partnerships between dogs and their owners. Parrots, horses, cats and reptiles have all been part of Becca’s rescue and training life. Studio work is also a joy and she works with multiple species on set. Future plans include the continuing membership in the Karen Pryor Academy with a strong pursuit of continued education to both fulfill her KPA CTP certification requirements and her passion for knowledge to help the dogs and other species she loves to train. She is also a member of IAABC, is a CGC evaluator, and is a member of her local kennel club where she teaches confirmation. Becca lives with her husband, son, daughter, 2 dogs, 2 indoor cats, several barn feral cats, a ball python, a parakeet, and 3 horses on the farm. Life is not boring! The post Building relationships between kids and dogs appeared first on How Do You Train That?.

26mins

17 Mar 2020

Rank #4

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Helping dogs now for post Covid-19 life

Topic: Helping dogs now for post Covid-19 life. Synopsis: Becca and Kat discuss the skills and schedule needed to move back to a normal working and school life. Recognizing frustration and anxiety behaviors. Now is also a great time to tackle Separation Anxiety behaviors while you’re home. Links mentioned in the show: Certified Separation Anxiety Professionals Enrichment activities podcast Disengagement podcast Guests: Kat Camplin, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP Kat Camplin, is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA,) a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA-CTP,) and a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has served on the Board of Directors of a local obedience club, with 2 terms as President. Kat is an avid advocate for creating fun activities for dogs and their families to do together to shape positive relationships. She stays abreast of the latest research and training techniques and continuing education by attending workshops and seminars. A native of California, Kat has 30 years of experience in many dog training styles. She started as an apprentice to a “Dog Trainer to the Stars” before moving on to competitive Obedience training. She volunteered her training services at a local dog rescue for 8 years, which allowed her to work with many dog personalities. Kat is an active member of several dog training clubs and competes in Rally and Obedience. She has also dabbled in Tracking and Nosework and loves hiking and traveling with her dogs. Becca Hintz, KPA-CTP Rebecca Hintz has competed at World Shows and throughout Europe with her Parson Russell Terrier, Vixon. After a viscous attack by 2 large breed dogs, Vixon developed fear and anxiety that presented as reactive behavior. Becca fell in love with helping dogs like Vixon and donates behavior work to her local open intake shelter, SPCA and several rescues. She is once again active in the show world with her 11 year old daughter and is enjoying the wonderful training adventure with a new Russell Terrier in the house although her rescue mastiff is never one to sit out a training session. Becca was disabled at 25 in a car accident and has a passion for helping those with disabilities. She is an ADA advocate and trains a limited number of service dog’s with their owners. Pet dog training began when Becca retired from competing with her first pregnancy. She loves working with families to create relationship focused partnerships between dogs and their owners. Parrots, horses, cats and reptiles have all been part of Becca’s rescue and training life. Studio work is also a joy and she works with multiple species on set. Future plans include the continuing membership in the Karen Pryor Academy with a strong pursuit of continued education to both fulfill her KPA CTP certification requirements and her passion for knowledge to help the dogs and other species she loves to train. She is also a member of IAABC, is a CGC evaluator, and is a member of her local kennel club where she teaches confirmation. Becca lives with her husband, son, daughter, 2 dogs, 2 indoor cats, several barn feral cats, a ball python, a parakeet, and 3 horses on the farm. Life is not boring! The post Helping dogs now for post Covid-19 life appeared first on How Do You Train That?.

29mins

25 Mar 2020

Rank #5