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Shawna Gallagher, new trainer and owner of Pet Coach to the Rescue comes on The Dog Show to ask Julie, dog training and behavior expert, some of her biggest questions about working with dogs, the industry, and more. Great discussion that brings up a lot of big topics like “All Positive” trainers vs. “balanced” trainers, what impact has nutrition had on working with dogs, and the difference between working with dog training vs. dog behavior.
If you become too independent you lose your rights! The disabled person is responsible for maintaining the behavior of the service dog at a great disadvantage because they did not train it. A service dog can give you your independence no one should have the right to interfere with that.There are no fair hearings to protect the disabled in this manner. What happen to the American way?
Video: Service Dog Schools Don't Give You A Fair Hearing! http://youtu.be/DleNE8VSiU8
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
Advocates for the Disabled
Guests: Mia Cobb and Julie Hecht, authors of "Do You Believe in Dog? - What happens when two canine scientists become pen pals?" Mia and Julie are the hosts of this years SPARCS conference that is happening this weekend! June 20-22nd. www.caninescience.info
Julie Hecht is a Canine Behavioral Researcher and manages Alexandra Horowitz's Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College. In 2010, she founded Dog Spies where she blogs, lectures and holds programs on the science behind dog and the dog-human relationship.
Mia Cobb is a freelance animal welfare science consultant, researcher and communicator and is in a Ph.D. program researching the effects of social and environmental enrichment on the welfare, stress and performance of kenneled working dogs.
Human Animal Science
Speaker interview - Dr. Simon Gadbois
Visit www.caninescience.info to learn more about SPARCS Conference 2014 and how you can listen either in person or via their live streaming.
One of my favorite topics to discuss is dogs' incredible sense of smell! I can't wait to hear what Dr. Gadbois has to say on this matter, given his experience specifically researching this topic, and how it can be applied. Whether it be hypoglycemia, or invasive insects, Dr. Gadbois is doing some great work around this topic!
Find him at http://www.gadbois.org/simon/
And watch this great clip of some his program dogs being trained to detect scent. Notice the positive, encouraging tone!
Did you know that most dog bites are with children, but also that it is a familiar dog that bit them? Is it possible to prevent that? What are the children doing that gets the dog to bite them? Is it true that some dogs will bite without warning?
Please listen in to clear some points of view you might have about dog bites and what tools you might be able to use to prevent a possible dog bite!
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