We invited Brad Phifer, President of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, to discuss some of their new and current policies. Listen as we discuss Brad’s views on banning shock collars, enforcing their CEU presenter credentials, and some exciting plans for the next 3-5 years.
Join us as we learn about dog parkour from one of the founders of the International Dog Parkour Association, Abigail.
Are you making these common mistakes when it comes to marketing your dog training business?
Join us as we talk to Helix Fairweather about building online dog training courses.
One of the best referrals for a dog trainer is a veterinarian. They are the first ones to see the…
Everyone loves good puppy classes. Cute, fluffy, little bundles of fur with their stinky breath a…
Molly Sumridge joins us on the podcast to discuss the new IAABC shelter animal behavior program.
One of the first questions we ask behavior clients is if they’ve done a veterinary checkup. What …
In the United States, there are a little over 80 million dogs living with us with 20% of those dogs adopted from shelters . As many of you have experienced firsthand, the way animal shelters operate today has changed from what homeless animals experienced just fifteen years ago.
As a professional dog trainer, you are hopeful and confident when new clients reach out to you for help, but what if they are not tell the whole truth?