GRISHA STEWART SEMINAR: Monday, May 7th, 2012 1:30pm-4:30pm Digging Dogs in Mentor.
TROUBLED DOGGY TEENS - Helping Adolescent Dogs Through Fear Periods Using Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) & Other Tools.
Grisha Stewart, MA, CPDT-KA is a international seminar presenter and dog trainer who specializes in dog reactivity. Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) is a technique that Grisha developed to rehabilitate and prevent fear, aggression, and frustration issues in adolescent dogs. The Troubled Doggy Teens program uses BAT and other dog-friendly techniques to help adolescent dogs gain confidence, focus, and self-control. This live workshop covers dog development stages, body language, and how to do BAT set-ups to build confidence.
•Verbal Explanations & Visual Aids
•Solid Tips for helping dogs succeed during a difficult period in their development.
Grisha teaches this seminar in language that’s technical enough for trainers, but clear enough for pet owners.
$75 per person. 2.5 CCPDT CEUs for trainers and 1 CCPDT CEU for behavior consultants.