Fence Fighting

Fence Fighting

Presented by Nancy Tucker

Sunday 24th November 2019 19.00 – 20.00 (GMT)

Cost £15 (£10 for ICB Members)

Fence fight!

Does your dog go bananas when he spots another dog, person, or wildlife on the other side of the fence? Does the thought of letting your dog out in the yard stress you out because you know drama will ensue? This webinar will teach you how to address fence-running and fence-fighting. Learn management and training methods designed to resolve this problem.

Ideal for dog owners living with fence-fighters, as well as trainers who want to help clients address a fence-fighting issue.

Cooperative neighbours are an asset, but not mandatory.

NOTE: This webinar will not address the wide and varied topic of “barrier frustration”, which may include things like indoor barriers, exercise pens, or crates. Rather, it is specifically about outdoor fence patrolling, running, and fighting.

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About the presenter

Nancy is a certified trainer with the CCPDT, and a certified behavior consultant with the IAABC. She teaches seminars, webinars, and workshops on dog training, dog behavior, and the business end of training throughout Canada, the US, and Europe. She has presented at conferences for the Pet Professional Guild (USA), the IAABC (UK), DogEvent (France), and WOOF!2019 (UK).

She is also an instructor for Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, where she teaches online courses focusing on various topics including treating separation anxiety and learning to use desensitization and counter-conditioning to help fearful dogs.

Nancy has written numerous articles on dog behaviour and is a regular contributor to the Whole Dog Journal.

She shares her home in Quebec, Canada with her husband Tom and their Border Terrier, Bennigan.

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

presented by Cheryl Treharne

 

Sunday 19th January 2020 19.00 – 20.00 (GMT)

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

The What’s and Wherefores of Imposter ‘Syndrome’
Strategies for conquering The Imposter
Modesty versus the Imposter in the work place
Your true voice in your decision making process
Making investments, where?
Practical time and energy management when doing the job you love

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Cheryl Treharne

My road to dog training and interest in Behaviour started at 18 when I rescued a dog that had been trained to fight. When I look back at that beautiful dog, I now know he was a pit bull, but at the time, uneducated, I thought he was a long legged staffy. The dog seemed crazy and I was in a permanent love/hate relationship with him but could not give him up. He deserved a book written about him for the stories I could tell.

Since then I have gone on to rescue bullies (as well as other breeds) as my primary dog of choice, managing them with the little understanding I had and bad techniques. I am due in great part to my age and ignorance at the time a cross-over trainer.

I became amongst other things a holistic Therapist, qualifying in Bowen Technique, Aromatherapy as well as other treatments. In my private practice I treated many people who were suffering due to work overload and lack of balance. This gave me a great deal of understanding of those stuck in situations of stress due to internal or external circumstances.

I myself fell under the banner of a stress related Illness in 2006 after a set of extreme circumstances, my body failed to cope and it put me in bed for 12 years, on the days I was able to get up, I had to use a wheelchair.

I eventually found someone who helped and I had to learn to monitor my every activity and the draw on my energy they each took. Only by doing this was I able to retrain with the IMDT getting my accreditation and to shadow an expert trainer. I continue to learn and am working towards a Behaviour Qualification.

However my ability to stand for long periods and walk long distances is still impaired. So I work from home as a VA (Virtual Assistant) for dog trainers and Behaviourist whilst continuing in a limited way to train.

This understanding of exhaustion, drive, desire and love of animals makes me passionate about supporting others to keep healthy and balanced whilst doing the job they love.

From Kennels to Couch: Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming

From Kennels to Couch: Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming

Behaviour and training strategies for rescue dogs

Presented by Susan McKeon BSc (Hons), MAPDT (01157)

Sunday 16th February 2020  19.00 – 20.00 (GMT)

With a focus on ex-racing greyhounds, this webinar will cover:

An overview of dog rescue in the UK

Life of a rescue dog compared to life of a racing greyhound

The homing needs of sighthounds, particularly ex-racing greyhounds, compared to rescue pet dogs

Welfare

Adapting to life as a companion animal

Common behaviour issues of rehomed rescue dogs

Practical behaviour and training strategies

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About the presenter

Susan is a UK-based, experienced dog trainer and behaviourist who specialises in working with sighthounds, especially ex-racing greyhounds. Currently, she works for Dogs Trust as a Clinical Animal Behaviourist, providing behaviour consultations to adopters of Dogs Trust dogs who require more specialist input for behaviour issues. Previously, she was the Behaviour and Welfare Manager for UK sighthound charity, Forever Hounds Trust, where she was actively involved in developing kennelling and welfare strategy, as well as managing the behaviour and training function. Susan has also worked with other rescue dog and greyhound charities, including the Greyhound Trust. She also ran a successful behaviour and training business for eight years, providing behaviour consults, training classes and workshops. Susan is a member of APDT, UK, PPG, and a registered Animal Training Instructor with ABTC. She has a BSc (Hons) in Canine Behaviour and Training and her dissertation research focused on “Impulsivity in retired racing greyhounds (Canis familiaris): Is racing status an indicator of increased impulsivity?” Susan is a regular speaker at conferences and workshops and has presented at national and international conferences about greyhound behaviour and welfare, post-racing. She shares her home with her husband, Sean, their three dogs, Ava (Greyhound), Sherlock (Saluki), and Dobby (Saluki x Greyhound), and Matilda, their cat.