At Dogs Playing for Life’s Stranger Danger webinar, hosted by Aimee Sadler, CEO and Founder of DPFL, you will learn how to work with dogs that are wary of strangers by building their confidence and helping them develop new skills which will enable them to meet new people (and potential adopters) happily and successfully! Even for the private dog trainer or dog owner, the skills taught in this webinar will help support your stranger danger dog to expand their comfort level when meeting new people at home!
This webinar will demonstrate:
-- DPFL’s Assess and Progress approach: fluttering between assessing and influencing behavior to determine how a dog might respond WITHOUT proper human support to determine what training is necessary for successful placement
-- Comprehensive Tool Selection: determining what tool will best support the dog while keeping the handler and others safe during the learning process
-- Principles vs. Methods: determining what approach will teach the dog as efficiently and effectively as possible
-- Creative Proofing: conducting training with the goal of solid generalization of new skills so that dogs are able to work for multiple handlers with clarity and confidence
Come learn how to safely and effectively reach this segment of the canine population through in-depth behavior analysis, dynamic video examples, and practical approaches designed for anyone who is trying to find solutions for the dogs who need this extra human support.
This is a 1.5-hour presentation followed by a Q&A session of approximately 30 minutes (we'll go longer if there are questions remaining). This webinar will NOT be recorded and is scheduled on EASTERN TIME.
This webinar holds 500 attendees, so register in advance, and show up on time the day of the webinar (we'll open it up 15 minutes early) to be sure to get a spot!