• This 3-hour webinar teaches the basics of canine and feline CPR and first aid. Only to be used until you can get your pet to your veterinarian. Objectives: Basics of Canine/ Feline CPR and First Aid Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! CCPDT – 3 CEU; IAABC – 3 CEU; KPA – 3 CEU’s How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Dogs bark for many reasons! In this 1-hour webinar we will explain why dogs bark and give you strategies to stop it. Learning Objectives: - Learn why dogs bark and what may be triggering it. - Understanding canine body language. - Creating a behavior modification plan Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • In this 1-hour webinar, trainers can learn how to maintain long-term clients and build trust with them using the trainer's techniques. This webinar will cover teaching trainers how to listen without an agenda, and create plans that fit the client and their dogs needs. It will also cover understanding how an emotional bank account can help retain clients and help teach clients to “crossover” to positive reinforcement training methods while being compassionate and empathetic.

    Learning Objectives: How to get clients to buy in and stay for the long haul using personalized plans and understanding people and their perspective can help them trust you and your techniques more. Teach trainers how to let go of their agenda long enough to listen How to adjust your training plan to fit your clients’ needs/ capabilities Using the emotional bank account for the dogs as well as your human client Understanding some basic human physiology that may be affecting your clients compliance Learn ways to teach clients to “crossover” while being compassionate and empathetic.

    Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP How are the webinars/ courses presented? Take at your own convenience! Prerecorded webinar/ course Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Program Description: Kittens and puppies can be put on mandatory confinement during the socialization period due to surgery, injury or other medical issues. When these patients are confined during the socialization period, they can experience a negative impact with socialization and can suffer from behavioral problems later in life. This program will show techniques that will keep the patient safe and mentally stimulated.

    Program Agenda: - Creating calm while confined - The right crate or confinement - Therapies - Medication - Mental stimulation with food toys - Combine training with physical therapy - Introducing novel objects and sounds, people and dogs while confined - Introducing new environments while confined

    Learning objectives: - Attendees will learn techniques to help keep confined animals calm - They will learn how to provide mental and physical exercise to patients that require confinements - They will also learn ways to help puppies and kittens socialize while confined.

    Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! 1 KPA + 1 CCPDT + 1 IAABC How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Bites can be prevented in the hospital environment when staff is trained properly in understanding body language and when they understand force free, positive techniques. Keeping our patients under threshold while in the hospital is critical and learning alternate ways to handle a fearful animal is needed to keep the staff safe

    Program agenda:  Recognize signs of an anxious or fearful dog or cat ○ Fight, flight or freeze  Ways to keep your patient under threshold ○ Desensitize/ Counterconditioning ○ Medications/ supplement ○ Go slow – take multiple appointments instead of “all in one” ○ Think outside of the box – exam outdoors or in the car  Things clients can do ○ Muzzle training at home ○ Happy vet visits ○ Pre-med before appointments ○ Work with a force free, positive reinforcement trainer

    Learning Objectives: 1. The attendee will learn that if body language is understood, staff can prevent bites 2. Attendees will be able to share tips with staff and others about how to help prevent bites 3. Attendees will understand why and how some medications can help prevent bites and how they can not only help the staff, but can help the patients too.

    Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! 1 KPA + 1 CCPDT + 1 IAABC How are the webinars/ courses presented? Take at your own convenience! Prerecorded webinar/ course Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Disasters don't have to be a disaster for your pet!  This video provides guidance on how you can prepare your pet to be calmer and in control when the unexpected happens. This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • This webinar teaches the basics of dog learning behavior. Do you know why your dog runs to the door and barks at the mailman? Does your dog beg when you eat dinner? Learn how we can use basic theories of dog behavior to teach your dog new things. Also learn why dogs learn these common misbehaviors and how to change them. This 1.5 hour webinar was designed for anyone who loves dogs! Whether you are a veterinarian, a veterinary technician, groomer, a dog parent or just a dog lover this class will help your dog learn faster! Objectives: –  Learn the basics of how dogs learn –  Learn how to change misbehaviors Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! CCPDT – 1.5 CEU; IAABC – 1.5 CEU; KPA – 1.5 CEU’s How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Positive Reinforcement Training is not all about bribing! Using this training method, we are teaching our pets what to do in a fun and less stressful way. Remember, behavior that is rewarded is more likely to reoccur. This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Click play button to view the webinar introduction This webinar teaches the basics of understanding and preventing canine separation anxiety.

    Does your dog bark or whine when you are gone? Does your dog destroy things or have potty “accidents” when you leave the house? If so your dog may be experiencing separation anxiety! Preventing separation anxiety is much easier than trying to fix it! If your dog is experiencing this or if you think your dog may become anxious when you are away, check out this 1-hour webinar to learn how you can help your dog!

    Objectives: –  Learn what separation anxiety is and how to recognize it –  Learn how to prevent separation anxiety Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP

    Continuing Education Units Available!

    CCPDT – 1 CEU; IAABC – 1 CEU; KPA – 1 CEU’s

    How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Click play button to view the webinar introduction Find out why your dog whines, barks or lunges at other animals or people and learn ways to help him or her become less reactive. Is your dog really aggressive or scared? This webinar discusses the underlying issues that cause our dogs to act out and how we can identify them. The webinar focuses on what we can do to make life easier for our dogs and ourselves when dealing with these issues. This 1.5 hour webinar was designed for anyone who has a dog that barks, lunges or acts out when taking them to new places or when meeting new people or dogs. Objectives: –  Identify underlying issues –  How to deal with these behavioral issues  Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! CCPDT – 1.5 CEU; IAABC – 1.5 CEU; KPA – 1.5 CEU’s How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.  
  • Our canine companions cannot speak but that does not mean they cannot communicate with us. Dogs use body language to tell us if they are relaxed, stressed, afraid or upset.  Learn what signs to look for in different regions of your dog’s body so you can support your animal’s feelings.  Learn how to use body language during training to understand how different training techniques impact how our pets feel. This 1.5 hour webinar was designed for anyone who loves dogs! Whether you are a veterinarian, a veterinary technician, groomer, a dog parent or just a dog lover, this class will help you understand dog language better! Objectives: –  Identify what canine body language signs to look for and what they mean –  Different training techniques and how they impact our pets Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! CCPDT – 1.5 CEU; IAABC – 1.5 CEU; KPA – 1.5 CEU’s How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.
  • Offering your pet toys that dispense food is a great way to build confidence and independence. These toys can also help reduce and prevent behavior problems. Objectives: – How food toys build confidence and independence – Prevent behavior problems Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP Continuing Education Units Available! CCPDT – 1 CEU; IAABC – 1 CEU; KPA – 1 CEU’s How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.  
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    When bonding with or training your pet, what keeps them motivated?

    In this 30-minute webinar you will: - understand why currency is not a "one-size-fits-all" - learn what an emotional bank account is and how it is helpful - why "currency" can help when working with your pet

    Host: Shannon Riley-Coyner, RVT, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP How are the webinars/ courses presented? – Take at your own convenience! – Prerecorded webinar/ course – Each webinar/ course is designed to take at your own pace – Attendance requires internet connection, computer speakers and a notepad This purchase grants you unlimited access to the webinar.  

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