Preparing Rescue Dogs for home life

Presented by Tom Candy

Sunday 26th June 2022 19.00 – 20.00

Webinar Cost £15.00

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In this webinar Tom will discuss

Dogs journey through rescue, and how can we help the transition to new homes

  • Look at why rescue dogs find themselves in shelter and how this can effect their life in their new home
  • How the transition from rescue can be made easier
  • How can behaviour professionals support adopters with their dogs
  • Rescue vrs bought is there a difference in support

 

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About the Presenter

Tom Candy is a Senior Training and Behaviour Advisor for DogsTrust in the United Kingdom. Tom is responsible for overseeing the training and behaviour at multiple rehoming centres across the UK. His duties include assessment, management and behaviour modification.

A passion for animal welfare and training led Tom to undertake a BSc (Hons) in bio-veterinary science, and an MSc in clinical animal behaviour from the University of Lincoln, UK.

Having started volunteering in rescue at the age of 15, Tom has been involved in a variety of aspects of rescue, including fundraising, home checks, transporting, and general day-to-day activities. Since graduating from University, Tom has been working as a training and behaviour advisor at a DogsTrust, locuming across 7 centres before moving to the senior training and behaviour team.

Tom is Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council, and a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant and Certified Shelter behaviour specialist with the IAABC and a full member of the APBC.

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Social interactions between dogs and humans

Social interactions between dogs and humans

Presented By Dr Amy Cook

Sunday 17th July 2022 19.00 – 20.00

Webinar Cost £15.00

 

About the Webinar

We spend a lot of time improving our communication in training, but do we spend enough time improving our social communication? Too often we have the dogs doing the “heavy lifting” in the conversation, where we focus on teaching them how to respond to us, and so often miss their subtle signals and preferences about our social relationship! We’d be so much more effective as partners if our daily social interactions with dogs were in line with how they communicate, and demonstrated respect for their answers. In this presentation, we’ll discuss how to be a good, sensitive listener, how to leave room for a dog’s opinions, and to avoid the common human mistakes of repetition, pressure, too much touch, and monologuing!

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Dr. Cook is an International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC) Certified Dog Behavior Consultant, a longstanding professional member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), and was one of the first trainers nationally to become a Certified Professional Dog Trainer through independent evaluation. Dr. Cook received her Ph.D. in Psychology from UC Berkeley, with her research focusing on the dog-human relationship and its effect on the problem solving strategies dogs employ. Dr. Cook is the founder and creator of the Play Way, a new way to address behavior problems in dogs, and is a popular instructor for the online school, The Fenzi Dog Sports Academy. She has been training dogs for nearly 30 years, and has specialized in the rehabilitation of stressed and fearful dogs for over 20 years.

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PAIN! Exploring the link between posture, pain and behaviour

PAIN! Exploring the link between posture, pain and behaviour webinar

 

Presented by Sarah Fisher

Sunday 21st August 2022 19.00 – 20.00

Webinar Cost £15.00

(Free for ICB members)

About the Webinar

Comfort expands, discomfort restricts. Pain and/or an expectation of pain can limit a dog’s ability to learn as well as impacting on his life quality. With greater awareness modifications can be made to the dog’s environment, lifestyle, and human led interactions. Pain is a common factor in many behaviour struggles and is often overlooked; chronic pain in particular can be hard to identify. Pain can be linked to skeletal issues, ill-health, dental problems, natural biological changes during adolescence, soft tissue strain and gut discomfort etc. Even if the original reason for pain has been addressed, compensation patterns and pain expectation can have an ongoing impact on emotional and physical wellbeing. Pain can increase the tendency for a dog to display behaviours such as resource guarding, compulsive type behaviours including toy ‘obsessions’, jumping up, pulling on a lead, mouthing, harness sensitivity, sensory sensitivity including noise sensitivity, and reactivity towards other dogs. Many ‘high drive’ dogs have underlying pain, and we always need to consider if a dog has a busy brain, or body pain. There is a direct link with posture and behaviour; slowing movement down in ACE Free Work helps caregivers to recognise postural patterns that might warrant further veterinary investigations. Free Work is not only beneficial to the dog but can improve a caregiver’s observations by noting what sensory items a dog enjoys, as well as those he actively avoids. ACE Observations are an important part of canine guardianship and postural patterns are in place at an early age; identifying how a dog organises his body when on the move and at rest can help caregivers and guardians join the dots and access the right support for their companion. Coat patterns can provide important feedback about a dog’s wellbeing, as can the habitual position and organisation of his ears, limbs, neck, back, tongue, and tail. Pain is a personal experience for every being and we need to keep an open mind and question everything we do, everything we believe, and everything we see; but never question the dog because the dog is always right.

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Sarah Fisher is a canine and equine behaviour advisor and educator. She has worked with animals for over twenty years and is the founder of Animal Centred Education. She is passionate about sharing the importance of improving observations, the link between posture, pain, and behaviour, and teaching the value of helping dogs to move efficiently and in balance.

ACE techniques including ACE Observations and ACE Free Work enable dogs to reset, and rebalance. They help to improve communication with and understanding of the dogs in our care, can highlight potential physical problems early on thus minimising the risk of injury and reducing many common behaviour struggles, modify habits in both the caregiver and the canine, and can help achieve, and maintain, good physical and emotional well-being.

Sarah is experienced with a wide range of breed types and teaches staff workshops for many of the UK’s animal welfare organisations including Battersea. She has also worked in Europe teaching staff workshops for shelters and has taught workshops and clinics for dog trainers and behaviourists in Holland, Greece, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, South Africa, Ireland, Cyprus, Romania and Poland. She has taught multiple workshops and online seminars for a wide range of organisations including companion dogs, dogs in rescue, search dogs and assistance dogs.

Sarah gives presentations on a variety of topics at dog training and behaviour seminars in the UK and abroad, and is a regular speaker at the annual Dog Behaviour Conference organised by Victoria Stilwell Positively. She also conducts behaviour assessments for private clients, animal welfare organisations, and court cases.

Sarah is a published author and has participated in numerous television and radio programmes over the years including the Nightmare Pets SOS for BBC1.

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Controlling your dogs meerkat – emotional management skills for effective desensitization procedures

Controlling your dogs meerkat – emotional management skills for effective desensitization procedures webinar

 

Presented by Danielle Beck

Sunday 18th September 19.00 – 20.00 (BST)

Webinar Cost £15.00

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About this webinar

In this webinar, Danielle will discuss

*understanding what desensitisation is and isn’t

*recognising emotional hijacking and conditioned emotional response vs learned responses

*introducing exercises to help dogs regulate their emotions

*How to apply these practices and principles into your rehabilitation plans

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Danielle Beck is an ABTC registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist through the APBC and Animal Training Instructor through PACT. She has been working with and training animals for 20 years and specializes in reactivity and trauma informed care. Her passion is helping dogs to help themselves through observational training and emotional regulation. Danielle has a BSc hons in zoology and a PGDip/MSc in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling

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Counselling Dog Clients in 2022

Counselling Dog Clients in 2022 Webinar

 

Presented by Jean Donaldson

Sunday 2nd October 2022 19.00 – 20.00 (BST)

 

Webinar Cost £15.00

(Free for ICB members)

 

About this webinar

Counselling Dog Clients in 2022

– Most clients are not budding trainers: choosing our battles

– Pushing back effectively against massive misinformation

– Translating the technical into sticky, client-friendly language

– Scripts to get client heads around how behavior works

– Selling The Truth about motivation in a magical-thinking world

​​​​​​​- ​​​​​​​Helping clients understand pernicious reality TV “training”

 

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Jean is the founder and principle instructor of The Academy for Dog Trainers, a two-year program in evidence-based dog behavior, training, teaching and behavior counseling. She is a four-time winner of The Dog Writers’ Association of America’s Maxwell Award, and her books include The Culture Clash, Oh Behave! Dogs From Pavlov to Premack to Pinker, and Train Like a Pro. In 2017, Jean was recruited to create Dog Training 101 for The Great Courses.

Her own dogs and dogs she has trained have earned numerous titles and wins in a variety of dog sports, including OTCh, TDX, HIT and FDCh.  Before founding The Academy, Jean did exclusively referral aggression cases for six years. She lives in California, with her dog, Brian, adopted in 2015.

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Ethological Contributions to ‘behaviour problems’ in dogs

Ethological Contributions to ‘behaviour problems’ in dogs Webinar

 

Presented by Kim Brophey

Sunday 27th November 2022 19.00 – 20.00

Webinar Cost £15.00

(Free for ICB Members)

About this webinar

Ethological Contributions to “Behavior Problems” in Dogs – Kim Brophey


Ethically and effectively working cases as a canine behavior professional requires us to perform both
initial and ongoing comprehensive analysis of all contributing elements to a dog’s behavior. Participants
will be introduced to Kim Brophey’s widely celebrated and endorsed L.E.G.S.® system of Applied
Ethology as a simple and practical framework for doing so – bridging multiple scientific disciplines and
delivering new depths of understanding by organizing the critical components of all animal behavior.
Learn how to identify, understand, and integrate the full scope of potential factors influencing behavior
Learned, Environmental, Genetic, and unique internal conditions of the individual animal’s own Self –
in order to prevent misunderstandings and incorrect assessment of cases, obstacles to the progress of
behavior modification, inadequate safety and management provisions, and even life-threatening
circumstances for both animals and people.

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Kim Brophey, CDBC, CPDT-KA, FDM, is an applied ethologist and owner of The Dog Door Behavior
Center in Asheville, NC. Kim’s commitment to Family Dog Mediation® has been recognized
internationally, awarded the APDT Outstanding Trainer of the Year in 2009 and the Best Dog Trainer of
WNC seven years in a row. She is a member of the International Society for Applied Ethology and the
Association of Professional Dog Trainers, and a certified member and past board member of the
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants. Kim Brophey’s Dog L.E.G.S.® model of
comprehensive canine science has been endorsed by prominent canine scientists such as Raymond
Coppinger and embraced by reputable dog trainers worldwide. From her applied ethology content in
Michael Shikashio’s Aggression in Dogs Master Course to her highly anticipated, market-disrupting
Applied Ethology & Family Dog Mediation® Course, Kim’s work is a celebrated contribution to the field.
Her groundbreaking book, MEET YOUR DOG, TED talk, and Beyond The Operant (BTO) collaborative
have made profound waves and become favorites among both dog professionals and the public. Kim
continues to build bridges and invite others to contribute to a new conversation about dogs- one that
challenges us to redefine how we perceive, talk about, and treat our canine companions as a society

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Psychoactive Medication – Why, What & How

Psychoactive Medication – Why, What & How webinar

 

Presented by Sophie White BVetMed MSc MRCVS

Sunday 11th December 2022 19.00 – 20.00

Webinar Cost £15.00

(Free for ICB Members)

About this webinar

In this webinar Sophie White will discuss

  • Why might we need medication & what are our treatment goals
  • How can we help support the veterinary team to select the most appropriate drug
  • What psychoactive medications are licensed in in the UK 
  • Situational vs Long Term medications
  • Main drug classes 
  • Common side effects
  • Deciding when & how to wean off medication

 

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Sophie White BVetMed MSc MRCVS 

  • Graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2011
  • Worked in small animal general practice with a keen interest in pain management & behaviour
  • Masters Degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour with distinction from University of Lincoln in 2019
  • Spent a year working in a kennel environment at Dogs Trust as a Training & Behaviour Advisor 
  • Run my own veterinary behaviour referral service. Providing support to owners and their pets, as well as professional development for vets and behaviourists. 
  • Find me at www.veterinarybehavioursupport.com and on Instagram @veterinary_behaviour_support
 

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