On this episode we had Laura McGaughey and Courtney Kirman on the show to discuss the things you …
This episode we had Rachel Golub back on the show to discuss all of the things you should conside…
This episode we had Lynn Webb on the show to discuss what it was like to work through all the unexpected challenges of starting up your own dog training business.
On today’s podcast, she talks to us about what it takes to be a true “professional” in the dog training industry.
Jennifer Shryock B.A. CDBC is the dog training industry’s go-to expert when it comes to families, children, and dogs. We were really excited to have her on our show this month to discuss how she got this expertise and share with us how working with babies and children as a dog trainer can be challenging, but extremely rewarding.
We sit down with Brian Burton to discuss what it takes to have a successful facility in NYC. We also talk about his latest research.
Molly Sumridge, Ines McNeil, and Kat Camplin discuss what compassion fatigue is, why pet professionals get it, and how you can take care of yourself now to prevent it from getting worse. Molly Sumner CDBC, CPDT-KSA, CFE, is a professional dog trainer and behavior consultant as well as a certified compassion fatigue educator. Her passion for dog training doesn’t stop at clients and their dogs but also extends to her fellow colleagues.
Today we invited Rachel Golub, CDBC, CPDT-KA of San Diego Animal Training. Her and her husband ju…
In this episode, we invited Donna Hill of the well-known Assistance Dog Training YouTube channel and founder of the Service Dog Training Institute. We discuss how she got started and what inspired her to start her own online dog training courses.
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.