The 2020 APDT Virtual Conference will offer a variety of opportunities to improve ourselves as trainers, as business people, and as an industry. From amazing keynote speakers to CE classes, the 2020 APDT Virtual Conference is a dynamic event for serious dog-trainers who want to stay at the top of their game.

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Welcome

Khara  Khara Schuetzner, M.A., CPDT-KSA, CNWI
We welcome all our new attendees to the conference orientation. This is an opportunity to learn how to make the most out of your conference experience. Even if you are a conference "veteran," we encourage you to attend to learn about new additions to the conference. 


Best Tech Tools for 2020

Bill Dotson
Join Bill as he provides you with the best tech tools for 2020 to help you advance your business. This session will help you put your office efficency into overdrive whether you have a home office or a mobile office. From bluetooth headsets, routers, watches and phones, to device security. 


Wolf Park: Studying Wolf Behavior and Care Since 1972

Pat Goodman
Wolf Park was founded by Dr. Erich Klinghammer, whose goals included research, conservation through educational outreach, and providing its ambassador animals with a good life in an environment that allows them to use as much of their species-typical behavior repertoire as possible.  By combining knowledge from the field of ethology with operant and classical conditioning, understanding motivation, and the role that emotion plays in animals’ lives, we work to improve our animals’ lives and are better able to fulfill our mission.  This presentation traces our early experiences up to the present, explaining changes to our practices made through the years.  Along the way we also learned that wolves and dogs, while very much alike, are yet very distinct populations.


Grow Your Authority, Influence, & Revenue with Podcasting

Jennifer  Longworth
Podcasts are a great way to build your brand and authority within your industry and beyond. How do you set yourself up for success and growth with a podcast? 


Podcasting 101

Jennifer  Longworth
There are now over 900K podcasts in the Apple Podcast directory, yet only 70% of Americans were familiar with podcasts in 2019, and nearly 20% of those weren't listening.  Where do you fall when it comes to your relationship with podcasts?
 In this session we'll talk about


Working Aggression Cases From 10,000 Miles Away

Michael  Michael Shikashio, CDBC
With the pandemic, many trainers and pet owners are now becoming more comfortable with online training! We are seeing a trend that even severe behavior issues can be worked with in this format. However, we have some crucial considerations to make when working an aggression case remotely. 

This presentation will highlight an intra-household dog to dog aggression case in Australia where Michael works all of the sessions online. He will highlight the important differences between in-person and online consults with aggression cases, as he moves through the case from start to finish. Considerations for safety, behavior change strategies, and successful client communication will all be showcased!


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Everything You Need to Know About CBD

Ellen Lindell, V.M.D.
There’s no getting away from it. Cannabis is here to stay. The trend in treating behavioral illnesses in dogs has been to experiment with the same psychotropic products that are used in humans. Doses are extrapolated and it is assumed that serious side effects will not happen.

Cannabis is no exception. CBD products labelled for dogs are widely available over the counter—no prescription required.

In this lecture, the science behind cannabis will be discussed. You will learn about the types of cannabis products currently available as well as appropriate applications. Safety and efficacy data will be considered and you will learn what questions to ask before recommending CBD for a dog.


Interrupting Undesirable Behaviors Using Trained Cues

Emily  Larlham
The focus of a behavior modification plan is on building strong desirable behaviors to replace the undesirable ones.  However, even with a great management and prevention protocol a client might find themselves in a situation where they need to intervene to prevent their dog rehearsing and potentially being reinforced for doing undesirable behaviors.  Emily will discuss 10 different cues that can be trained and used to interrupt and prevent undesirable behaviors in training sessions as well as in everyday life.


The Secret to Success: PQ + CX = Success!!!

Coleen Ellis, CT, CPLP
Every day you’re with animals, and possibly you marvel at the incredible lessons they organically teach! Who knows that more than you, as your families literally look at you and the magical work you do with their crazy pets! The pet lover of today is more and more treating these creatures as members of the family, and caring for them has turned into quite the experience. Combine an elevated knowledge of what you are organically learning from these teachers, the PQ (pet quotient lessons) and CX (the client experience) and you will hear all you need to know about how to make YOUR business even more successful!


You Want Me to Train Your Kids to Train the Dog?

David Muriello, CPDT
Families with kids are one of the most common and profitable client types for dog trainers, but teaching the whole family can be surprisingly complex and challenging.  In this presentation, we’ll talk about how to help families raise great dogs by seeing the situation through their eyes and using proven techniques to get buy-in from each family member.  We’ll also discuss how to make it less nerve-racking, and more fun for you as a trainer!


Opening Keynote:Our Dogs, Ourselves: The 21st Century Dog-Human Bond

Alexandra Horowitz, MS, PhD

The contemporary culture of dogdom is mired by paradox. Dogs are so successful in our society because they seem to reflect us: we see
something in ourselves in our dogs. And, thus, we extend our fam- ilies to include them: keeping them inside, by our sides; feeding them specially prepared foods; acquiring clothes, bedding and ac- coutrements designed just for them. They may sleep on our sofas. Yet to the law, they are 
simply owned property, chattel – worth less than that sofa. Our breeding practices have created unhealthy, dis- figured specimens; we regulate their sex life and alter their bodies. In this keynote, Dr. Horowitz discusses some of the contradictionsthat characterize the dog-human relationship today.
 


Just Say "No"

Gina Pharis, BSC, Comms, CTC
As positive reinforcement trainers, we’ve excised the word “no” from our vocabularies, and with good reason. But when it comes to running your business, learning to say no is the key to saying yes to success. If you’re like most dog pros, you’re juggling far too much, finding it hard to catch your breath as you run from one obligation to another, and feeling guilty about never having enough time for your own dogs and family. If this sounds familiar, prioritize this session with Gina of dogbiz. You’ll get practical advice for managing your time and your business, including a formula for deciding when to say no so you can say yes to the things that matter most. It’s time to stop wearing the busy badge in favor of better work/life balance!


Multi Dog Magic-Instead of Canine Conflict

David Muriello, CPDT
Bringing a new dog into a home with one or more dogs can easily create high stress and bloody battles over resources. Trainers need to understand the many factors we can control that will lead to harmony between the dogs.  In this presentation, David will share the story of how he integrated a new dog into his family where 10-year-old dog, Hazel (who doesn’t always like other dogs) had been solo in the home for 9 years. We will discuss the approach to creating a positive relationship between the dogs and review fascinating videos of their interactions and David’s training processes.

 
Learning Objectives:
• Learn techniques for teaching families that will have you feeling confident and comfortable communicating with everyone effectively, including the kids.
• Develop your ability to set aside your “inner critical expert” and see the dog the way most families do: with naïve gaga love.
• Teach effectively through a “shared lens” with both viewpoints.


Canine Biology Learning Lab

Tim  Lewis, Ph.D.

This session will give you a better understanding of basic canine anatomy and the implications of skeletal form for trainer professionals. Working with material from wolves and domestic dogs, as well as bone-clone skulls, students will
learn comparative anatomy of canine skulls including domestic dogs, wolves, and foxes and how skull shape and dental anatomy impacts animal health and well being
learn details about canine hair and how variations in coat affect temperature tolerance
learn basic joint anatomy and how different joints function


Project Safety Net: Keeping dogs out of shelters

Sarah  Babcock, CTC, CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA,CDBC
Shelters and rescues are challenged with too many dogs and not enough homes. In addition to creative adoptions and post-adoption support, there is a need for programs that prevent dogs from coming into shelters in the first place. In this session, we will look at the primary reasons that dogs are surrendered by their owners. We will look at successful "safety net" programs from around the country that encourage people to "do the right thing" with their dogs, and provide them with the resources they need to address the challenges they are facing. Examples include low-cost vet care, behavior helplines, behavior consults, public classes, "fix-it" workshops, foster care, advanced dog-training volunteers, and pet-friendly housing guides. We will look at what works and what doesn't and Sarah will highlight some very creative "outside the box" solutions. Lastly, we will look at ways in which dog trainers might be able to help, even if their primary work is outside of the shelter itself.


Working as a Team Integrating Best Practices and Behavior, Training, and Health

Katie Kangas DVM, CVA, CVCP
Meg Harrison
Sherry Woodard, CCPDT-KA
Taking apart the puzzles of life and putting together happy, well-balanced animals.Realize how change profoundly affects dog's, cat's, and people plus discover techniques to introduce new family members, create calm environments as well as dealing with loss and grief for pets and people.Learn how emotions and nutrition biochemically affect overall health and well-being. Understand how consequences of both natural and man-made disasters influence current behaviors and discover how you can help those animals. 

 


Complex Aggression Cases

Michael  Michael Shikashio, CDBC

With the pandemic, many trainers and pet owners are now becoming more comfortable with online training! We are seeing a trend that even severe behavior issues can be worked with in this format. However, we have some crucial considerations to make when working an aggression case remotely. 
This presentation will highlight an intra-household dog to dog aggression case in Australia where Michael works all of the sessions online. He will highlight the important differences between in-person and online consults with aggression cases, as he moves through the case from start to finish. Considerations for safety, behavior change strategies, and successful client communication will all be showcased!


Components of a Complete Behavior Modification

Lisa  White, DVM
Organizing all of the necessary components of a complete behavior modification plan into reasonable sized slices for implementation can be a daunting task; especially in complicated cases.  This session outline how to use a simple framework to organize recommendations to clients while keeping all members of the care team under-threshold. Criteria, risk assessment, and indications for medical management will be discussed.  

 


Profitable Pricing: Are you charging what you're worth?

Robin Bennett, CPDT-KA
Are you really making the money you deserve? How do you know? Pricing strategies are key to generating the revenue you deserve as a trainer. But all too often, pricing is based on best guess estimates and comparisons with your competition. Is this really the best strategy for pricing your services? In this seminar you will learn how to determine what your time is worth, and how to ensure your pricing strategies are actually leaving you with profit. Come prepared to deal with the financial numbers, but be prepared to take home a spreadsheet that will let you confirm your pricing is sound and profitable.


LIMA-Based Management of Inter-Dog Play

Mara   Velez, MA, CPDT-KA
During this session you will learn how to apply of the science of choice and the Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive (LIMA) ethical principles to promote healthy dog-dog interactions and manage playgroups. Using the notions of choice, empowerment, and adherence to the LIMA ethical guidelines, you can minimize risk and maximize the benefit of inter-dog interactions, including setting the stage for well-managed play.


Canine Neurophysiology

Meghan  Herron, DVM, DACVB
The brain is the master controller of all behavior. This is as true for dogs as it is for humans. Many anatomical and physiological concepts are nearly identical across many species of mammals, including humans. This presentation will discuss some of those similarities, as well as some of the vast difference between humans and dogs. The focus will be on the anatomy and physiology of the fear and pleasure processing centers of the canine brain, as well as how learning occurs from a physiological standpoint. An overview of learning theory and how all of these concepts come together for successful behavior modification in dogs will be presented.


Dealing with Difficult Clients

Chirag  Patel, BSc(Hons), PG Cert (CAB), CPBC, DipCABT
Many dog trainers come into the field due to their love of dogs and/or training, however quickly realising the field of pet dog training is primarily about coaching people. Join Chirag as looks at something many trainers often struggle with, “How do I deal with difficult clients?” 


The gut-brain axis: the link between microbiota, immune response, and behavior

Carlo Siracusa, DVM, MS, PhD, Dip. ACVB, Dip. ECAWBM
“It is common belief that the behavior of a dog is separate from all the other bodily processes. When in presence of an undesired behavior in a dog, you may have heard the question “Is it behavioral or medical?” to differentiate the two possible categories of causes behind it. Current scientific discoveries tell us that this distinction is more fictitious than real. Behavior is regulated by biological processes that are connected to all the other physical phenomena that happen in the body of a dog, and the net that connect all these processes is the immune system. Even more fascinating and intriguing is the role that other small living creatures that populate the body of our dogs, the microorganisms of the microbiota, have in orchestrating the immune response and its physical and behavioral effects. In this lecture, we will review these interactions to radically change the way in which you look at your dog’s behavior!”


Antecedent Arrangement and Protected Contact

Ken McCort

Keeping yourself safe and not letting dogs practice unwanted behaviors are important parts to being a successful trainer when working with certain types of behavioral issues.

Learning Objectives"
Learning to set up the environment before the dog is introduced
Working with dogs in a protected contact situation
The importance of gaining trust in fearful animals
 


When Death Strikes for You Or Your Client: What does pet loss of today look like?

Coleen Ellis, CT, CPLP

Whether it’s your own personal pet, or the pet of a trusted and loved client, this kind of loss is devastating. Professionals like yourself are looking for ways to be a resource to clients in areas such as rituals and experiences, as well as with the emotional journey and with the various permanent memorialization options available. In this session, helpful tips will be discussed in being a healthy resource for families, as well as tips and techniques for you in creating a balance between your own emotions and those turning to you for help.

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Learning Objectives

o Stories of what loving pet owners want and need during the emotional time of losing a beloved pet, from the journey before death to after the loss. (You’ll love to hear about Bucket Lists and more!)
o Business ideas of what every professional can do to help families honor their pet client’s life, and pay tribute to them in death
o What children and surviving pets need with the loss of a pet friend, and how to be a resource for the entire family.


Successful Training in Record Time: Choosing the best pace for each case

Alexandre Rossi, M.S.
Sarah Rodriguez, CPDT, B.A.

Session Sponsored by APDT Foundation

Join Alexandre Rossi and Sarah Rodríguez, as they discuss what they learned from training under time constraints in the film and television industry and how trainers can use these techniques to help clients achieve fast results. They'll discuss using the natural reinforcers for each behavior to take advantage of the brain’s pre-mapped neural pathways for quicker learning. They will also cover the downsides to training behaviors too fast, and how to know the appropriate speed to achieve the optimum welfare for the animal.   

Learning Objectives

1. Attendees will learn techniques to help clients achieve faster results
2. Attendees will be made aware of the dangers of attempting to train or modify behaviors too quickly
3. Attendees will discover ways to assess each case presented to them and how to set the appropriate pace keeping the optimal welfare for the animal
 


Does your dog even squat? How to leverage canine physical fitness to enhance your training.

Maj. Brian Farr
Meghan Ramos, DVM
Physical fitness is essential for working, sporting, and companion dogs to perform at the required level and live a long, healthy, and injury-free life. To help their clients achieve physical fitness, trainers need user-friendly and evidence-based methods to assess and develop physical fitness. Join two sports medicine residents from the Penn Vet Working Dog Center to learn how you can integrate physical fitness into your training toolbox and improve the performance and health of your clients.


Let's Talk Meds: What should we be telling our clients about behavioral medications?

Jennie  Fiendish,CVT, VTS Behavior, CPDT-KA, CTDI

 

Trainers are often asked by owners if it would be appropriate or them to use medications on their animal as well as what they should use. The use of prescription medications to treat behavioral problems in animals is a common practice, however what trainers discuss with their patients about their use can be difficult as it is beyond the scope of practice. In this session, attendees will learn about common behavioral medications and supplements, their uses, and how to discuss them appropriately with client.

 

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Learning Objectives

 

Attendees will learn:
-Common medications used in behavioral medicine
-Common over the counter supplements used in behavioral medicine
-How to discuss the use of behavioral medications with their clients
-How to discuss the needs of the client and animal with the primary veterinarian

 


Separation Anxiety: Why your dog can't just "get over" being left alone

Tracey Hagan, CPDT-KA, CBSS-KA, CSAT
Tracey will discuss how a simple, ongoing desensitization protocol can help you feel confident about taking on Separation Anxiety cases and succeed. This presentation will include information and videos from actual case studies that show the importance of learning stress signs through body language and how that helps when working through these cases

 

Learning Objectives

- Identify Body Language and stress signals in video to determine if there is separation anxiety or if the behaviors are because of a different behavior issues.
- Understand why food toys are not used in this protocol
- Learn how to apply a desensitization protocol to help dogs learn coping skills and overcome this devastating condition.


Closing Keynote: Animal Training as A Technology: Where is it today? Where should it be tomorrow?

Bob  Bailey
It is my opinion that animal training could, and should, be a science and data based technology. This talk expresses my opinion of where training practices are today versus where practices could be. My opinions are based on my science background as a physicist, chemist, and biologist, and my nearly 65 years studying animal behavior and training animals "in the trenches" as well as in a laboratory setting. I will describe my view of a training technology of the future, including how modern communication can assist pet animal training


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Blue-9 Pet Products began when the professional K9 training community revealed the need for a platform designed specifically for training dogs. After developing and testing several prototypes and gathering extensive input from respected trainers, veterinarians, and animal behaviorists, The KLIMB platform was released for sale in 2014. The following year, The KLIMB was named the 2015 Editor’s Choice Award by Pet Product News.

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Dogs live in our world. We define their homes, trying to imagine ways that we can make them safe, comfortable and stimulated by their environment. Blue-9 continues to develop premium solution-based products for dogs and their owners.

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Blue-9 Pet Products is an Iowa-based company that creates quality dog training accessories for canines and their owners. We strive to make life easier by developing great products for training and working with our beloved four-legged friends. Our products are proudly Made in the USA.

Blue-9 Pet Products began when the professional K9 training community revealed the need for a platform designed specifically for training dogs. After developing and testing several prototypes and gathering extensive input from respected trainers, veterinarians, and animal behaviorists, The KLIMB platform was released for sale in 2014. The following year, The KLIMB was named the 2015 Editor’s Choice Award by Pet Product News.

We continued to explore ways to improve the human-canine bond, and discovered a need for an adjustable harness that fits well, provides flexibility and ease of use and helps stop pulling. The result is the Balance Harness, a veterinarian-approved product that was top-rated by Whole Dog Journal in 2017 and 2018.

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Helping Dogs Succeed.Blue-9 Pet Products is an Iowa-based company that creates quality dog training accessories for canines and their owners. We strive to make life easier by developing great products for training and working with our beloved four-legged friends. Our products are proudly Made in the USA.

Blue-9 Pet Products began when the professional K9 training community revealed the need for a platform designed specifically for training dogs. After developing and testing several prototypes and gathering extensive input from respected trainers, veterinarians, and animal behaviorists, The KLIMB platform was released for sale in 2014. The following year, The KLIMB was named the 2015 Editor’s Choice Award by Pet Product News.

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