Bravo Dog Knowledge: Dog Training Podcast
By Bravo Dog Knowledge Podcast
Bravo Dog Knowledge: Dog Training PodcastNov 09, 2018
Pet Loss with Dr Katie Lawlor, Clinical Psychologist
Losing a pet can be the most gut-wrenching and impactful things to happen. How do we cope with the loss?
Dr Katie Lawlor is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in this area. We hope this discussion brings you some clarity.
Meet Your Dog!
Author and canine behavior consultant Kim Brophey discusses the ins and outs of what we should be thinking about when we are working with and living with the dogs we know and love. There is so much more than meets the eye and it's NOT all in how they are raised!
She is located in Asheville, North Carolina and you can find more information about her here.
TikTok Training: An Asian Female Trainers Perspective
Vicarious Trauma: How it Affects R+ Dog Trainers
Jenny Efimova of Dogminded weighs in as we discuss the trials and tribulations and how we can avoid the pitfalls to the best of our ability.
Living with Multiple Dogs: Can It Be Done?
Jeremy Hall from www.benevolentbullyrescue.com joins us to discuss his experience as a trainer and within his rescue facilitating the care of multiple dogs at once. We discuss challenges, management and which dogs may or may not be suitable to live with housemates.
Lili Chin: Translating Animal Behavior Through Art
Listen to us chat about Boogie, the dog that started it all and her artistic process.
What Influences Quality of Life?
Ramsey Blaze joins us from Dallas, Texas. She is a humane animal care advocate with her own geriatric & special needs pet care business, is Fear Free Certified as well as holds certifications such as CVT, CPPS, IAAHPC.
Join us as we discuss what the Pillars and set standards are for assessing quality of life as well as our role in monitoring quality of life as pet professionals
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Is Humanizing Our Dogs "Bad"?
In this episode I'm discussing my thoughts on anthropomorphizing or humanizing our pets. Is it "good" or "bad"? You'll have to listen in to find out!
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TV Dog Training: A Discussion
We talk to Laura Nativo of Nativo Pet Family and Don Hutton of Running Dogs TO about Dog Training on TV. What should viewers be looking for? Should the public be taking the advice given on tv verbatim?
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Canine Body Language
Often times humans misconstrue what our dogs are trying to tell us, or we don't recognize subtle body language indicating discomfort and stress. The great thing about understanding this more is that we can then prevent escalations, we can improve the quality of our dogs' lives and we can prevent more dog bite incidents.
Pandemic Puppies: Will There Be A Behavioral Crisis?
If you've brought home a puppy, or plan to, tune in...
Education and Accurate Canine Information...
Today we discuss where dog guardians can find accurate behavior information, how to screen trainers and when to run the other way! We also dig into courses and education for trainers and trainers-to-be.
The Concept of Control: Jenny Efimova from https://www.dogmindedboston.com
Small Dogs in a Big World
"Positive" Gun Dog Training
Thomas Aaron discusses his work at Fetchmasters Dog Training in Boulder, CO where he and his wife Linda Aaron (both CPDT-KA certified trainers) work with gun dogs using primarily positive reinforcement without the use of shock/ecollar, prong, choke collars or heavy handed techniques commonly used in the gun dog industry.
Committing to Force-Free Training in Animal Rescue
Real Talk: Expectations & Motivation
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What Do You Want Your Relationship to Look Like?
Anxiety, Depression & PTSD...
Humans suffer from a range of mental and emotional disorders and illnesses. We talk to Richard Gonzalez of the Domesticated Dog https://www.instagram.com/thedomesticateddog/ who also happens to have a Purple Heart as a result from his time in the US Marines. His wartime exposed him to numerous traumatic events which resulted in anxiety and PTSD. We discuss his journey and how it relates to the dogs and clients he works with. You won't want to miss this fascinating discussion.
Help! Dogs that mouth/jump/cannot settle....
Advocating Within Our Profession
Part 2: My Top 10 Things You Need to Know
Part 1: My Top 10 Things You Need to Know
Stress: How It Affects Your Dog
Daily stressors are normal and a part of everyday life. However, this can impact your dogs' behaviour significantly. Reducing stress levels will positively impact your dogs health and well-being.
We discuss how to identify stress, common stressors and how to reduce overall stress in your dogs' life.
Racism: A Black Dog Trainers Experience
Tune in to find out...
Ragini Bhandari: Dog Trainer and Street Dog Saviour in India
We talk about how Covid19 has affected the streets dogs in her area, how street dogs live and her thoughts on how to help them without displacing them.
Ragini is a certified dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement and there are not many where she lives.
You can find her at @justpawsible on Instagram where she shares videos of her interactions with street dogs and how she strives to help them.
Separation Anxiety: Myths and Covid-19
Having Too Many Training Fails?
Sometimes we just don't understand why our dog isn't responding to certain things we are attempting to teach? Do you want to become a better teacher for your dog? Of course you!
In this episode I'm going over some of the things that may be holding your training back or you may have hit a plateau. If you want to understand the learning process a bit better than listen up.
Deprivation: How Does this Affect Our Dogs?
My thoughts on how deprivation can potentially cause behaviour problems you haven't thought of...
Control, ego and relationships
The Best Thing You Can Do Post Adoption
Dog Reactivity: Kelsey’s Journey
If Your Dog Goes to the Groomer...
Come When Called! How To Get There
Dog Parks: safe or scary?
Keeping Cool During Holidays
2 Trainers: Evolving in the Dog Training World
Are Puppies Blank Slates?
The Most Important Thing You Can Teach Your Dog
When should we add another dog to our home?
Being an Advocate for Your Dog
Regulation & Standards in Dog Training with Dr Karen Van Haaften
Notes from a Crossover Trainer
Sébastien Larabée, CPDT-KA, co-owns bravofido.com and has been working as a dog trainer and behaviour consultant for approximately 8 years. He was not always using modern, reward-based methods. Originally he was trained to use methods that were unpleasant to the dogs he worked with but made a conscious decision to change and evolve. How did he get to that point? What are the challenges of making those changes?