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E88: Linda P. Case - Canine Nutrition

11/9/2018
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Summary: Linda P. Case is a science writer, dog trainer, and canine nutritionist who lectures throughout the world about dog nutrition, training, behavior, and health. Her academic training is as a canine and feline nutritionist and trainer. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science at Cornell University and her M.S. in Canine/Feline Nutrition at the University of Illinois. She was a lecturer of companion animal science at the University of Illinois for 15 years and taught companion animal...

Duration:00:32:17

E87: Jessica Hekman, DVM, PhD., - Choosing A Dog Based on Genetics

11/2/2018
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Summary: I got an email a few weeks ago from a listener, asking if I’d consider doing a podcast on doing sports with rescue dogs and/or dogs who join the family as adults. She suggested a number of excellent questions … so this will be the second of two podcasts where we’ll look specifically at rescues and training for adult dogs. Next Episode: To be released 11/09/2018, we'll be talking to Linda P. Case, well known for her work in nutrition and focus on the science of dog training, about...

Duration:00:47:46

E86: Mike Shikashio - Dog-Dog Aggression

10/26/2018
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Summary: Mike specializes in working with aggressive dogs — we had him on the podcast to share how he defines the term and what tools and analogies he finds useful in working with these dogs and their owners! Next Episode: To be released 11/02/2018, our follow up on bringing home an adult dog series with Dr. Jessica Hekman, PhD, DVM TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau and you're listening to the Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast brought to you by the Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, an...

Duration:00:34:47

E84: Sara Brueske - "Evaluating & Adopting a New-to-You Adult Dog"

10/19/2018
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Summary: I got an email a few weeks ago from a listener, asking if I’d consider doing a podcast on doing sports with rescue dogs and/or dogs who join the family as adults. She suggested a number of excellent questions, so this will be the first of two podcasts where we’ll look specifically at rescues and training for adult dogs, with plans to do sports with those dogs! Next Episode: To be released 10/26/2018, an interview with Mike Shikashio to talk about working with dog-dog...

Duration:00:30:34

E83: Nancy Gagliardi Little - "From Agility Startlines to Problem Solving Obedience"

10/12/2018
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Summary: Nancy Gagliardi Little has been training dogs since the early 1980s, when she put an OTCH on her Novice A dog, a Labrador Retriever. Since then she has put many advanced obedience titles on her dogs, and multiple championships in herding and agility. Next Episode: To be released 10/19/2018, an interview with Sara Brueske on bringing an adult dog and/or rescue into your household as a sports prospect. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau and you're listening to...

Duration:00:40:14

E83: Stacy Barnett - "A Deep Dive into Canine Scentwork"

10/5/2018
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Summary: Stacy Barnett is an active competitor in Nosework, Tracking, Obedience, Rally, Agility and Barn Hunt, but Scent Sports are her primary focus and her first love. She is an AKC Judge and contractor, as well as an instructor at FDSA. She hosts the Scentsabilities podcast and blogs regularly on nosework topics at www.scentsabilitiesnw.com. Next Episode: To be released 10/12/2018, an interview with Nancy Gagliardi Little on agility startlines and obedience. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa...

Duration:00:24:35

E82: Shade Whitesel - Concepts for Competition

9/28/2018
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Summary: Shade has been training and competing in dog sports since she was a kid. She has successfully competed in Schutzhund, AKC obedience and French Ring and her focus is really on clear communication with your dog. She also recently launched a blog on her website, which all of you should check out at www.shadesdogtraining.com. Next Episode: To be released 10/05/2018, an interview with Stacy Barnett to take a deeper dive into scentwork than we have previously here on the podcast,...

Duration:00:28:18

E81: Hannah Branigan - Behavior Chains & Competition

9/22/2018
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Summary: Hannah Branigan, of Wonder Pups Training, is back on the podcast to talk about behavior chains, and a little bit about her new puppy (because he’s adorable). Hannah is the host of Drinking from the Toilet and blogs at wonderpupstraining.com. Next Episode: To be released 9/28/2018, an interview with Shade Whitesel about crucial concepts when training for competition. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau and you're listening to the Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast brought...

Duration:00:31:59

E80: Sarah Stremming & Dr. Leslie Eide - "Raising an Agility Puppy"

9/14/2018
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Summary: Sarah Stremming, founder of The Cognitive Canine and host of Cog-Dog Raido and her partner, Dr. Leslie Eide, join me to talk about their latest addition: Watson, a 6-month-old Border Collie puppy. Next Episode: To be released 9/21/2018. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau and you're listening to the Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast brought to you by the Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, an online school dedicated to providing high-quality instruction for competitive dog sports...

Duration:00:35:16

E79: Julie Daniels - Building Canine Confidence

9/7/2018
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Summary: Julie Daniels has worked with dogs her whole life. In fact, she learned to walk by holding on to a German Shepherd. Today she is one of the foremost names in the sport of dog agility in the United States. She was one of the early champions of the sport and helped many clubs throughout the country get up and running. She owns and operates both Kool Kids Agility in Deerfield, NH, and White Mountain Agility in North Sandwich, NH. Julie is well known as a premier teacher at all...

Duration:00:45:58

E78: Julie Flanery - "Building Beautiful Heelwork"

8/31/2018
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Summary: Julie Flanery has been working professionally with dogs and their handlers since 1993. She focuses on the needs of the dog and helping people form a strong relationship, through clear communication, and positive reinforcement. She has placed Obedience, Freestyle, Rally-Obedience, Rally-FrEe, Parkour, Agility, and Trick Dog titles on her dogs. She began competing in Musical Freestyle in 1999 and was the first to both title and earn a Heelwork to Music Championship on the West...

Duration:00:41:42

E77: Andrea Harrison - "Motivation, Mental Management, & Dealing with Failure"

8/24/2018
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Summary: Andrea Harrison is the people trainer on the FDSA team, working with dog sports teams to help handlers train themselves for better performance. She teaches classes on unleashing your personal potential, mental management, planning, goal setting, and more. She’s here today to talk about mental management, self-care, and dealing with failure. Next Episode: To be released 8/31/2018, featuring Julie Flanery, talking about Heeling. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau...

Duration:00:34:54

E76: Hélène Lawler - Teaching Herding with Positive Reinforcement

8/17/2018
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Summary: Hélène Lawler has been working with animals her whole life — she started by training her cat to use the toilet when she was 12! Since then she’s spent years heavily invested in both training and the rescue world. She’s dabbled in nosework, tracking, and Search and Rescue, and then began training agility in 2004, followed by herding in 2005. It didn’t take long before she was hooked. She won the Ontario novice herding championship in 2008, after just two years of training with her...

Duration:00:44:44

E75: Nancy Tucker - "Better Behavior At the Door"

8/10/2018
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Summary: Nancy Tucker is a certified pet dog trainer and behavior consultant in Sherbrooke, Quebec. She teaches seminars, webinars, and workshops on dog training, dog behavior, and the business end of training in Canada, the U.S., and in Europe. She specializes in common behavior issues that affect the family dog, including more complex issues like aggression and anxiety. Nancy has also written numerous articles on dog behavior and is a regular contributor to Whole Dog Journal. At FDSA,...

Duration:00:19:45

E74: Dr. Jennifer Summerfield - Behavior Medications & Training

8/3/2018
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Summary: Dr. Jennifer Summerfield is a veterinarian and Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA), with a focus on treating behavior problems including aggression to humans or other animals, separation anxiety, and compulsive behavior disorders. She also teaches group classes and private lessons in basic obedience for pet dogs, and coaches students getting started in dog sports such as agility and competitive obedience. Jennifer is proud to be a member of the American Veterinary Society...

Duration:00:43:59

E73: Sue Ailsby - From Foundations to the Rally Ring

7/27/2018
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Summary: Sue Ailsby is a retired obedience and conformation judge. She has been "in dogs" for more than 54 years, having owned and trained everything from Chihuahuas to Giant Schnauzers. She has trained for virtually every legitimate dog sport including — and guys, this really is quite the list — sled racing, schutzhund, hunting, tracking, scent hurdle and flyball, carting, packing, agility, water trials and herding, rally, conformation, obedience, and nosework. Sue is an internationally...

Duration:00:19:16

E72: Deb Jones - "From Trainer to Teacher"

7/20/2018
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Summary: Dr. Deborah Jones — better known around FDSA as Deb Jones — is a psychologist who specializes in learning theory and social behavior. An early innovator in the use of clicker training, she has owned and worked with a variety of breeds and has earned top-level titles in agility, rally, and obedience over the last 25 years. At FDSA, Deb offers a wide range of popular classes, including a number of excellent foundations classes. Her focus is on developing training methods that are...

Duration:01:00:51

E71: Stacy Barnett - "Tailoring Nosework Training (and any training) to YOUR dog"

7/13/2018
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Summary: Stacy Barnett is an active competitor in Nosework, Tracking, Obedience, Rally, Agility and Barn Hunt, but Scent Sports are her primary focus and her first love. She is an AKC Judge and contractor, as well as an instructor at FDSA. She hosts the Scentsabilities podcast and blogs regularly on nosework topics at www.scentsabilitiesnw.com. Links mentioned: FDSA Podcast GroupScentsabilities (Stacy's Site) Next Episode: To be released 7/20/2018, featuring Deb Jones, talking about...

Duration:00:28:02

E70: Donna Hill - "Owner-handler Trained Service Dogs & Awesome Recalls"

7/6/2018
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SUMMARY: Donna has had a lifelong love affair with dogs and is fascinated with dog behavior. She has broad practical experience in the dog world: volunteering and working in kennels and shelters, dog sitting and walking, fostering rescue dogs, teaching behavior modification privately, and teaching reactive dog classes. She also has a background in zoology and teaching. She is active locally as co-founder and professional member of Vancouver Island Animal Training Association (VIATA) and...

Duration:00:48:47

E69: Julie Symons - Trialing in Nosework

6/29/2018
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SUMMARY: Julie Symons is owner and head dog trainer at Savvy Dog Sports and she joined to break down what it's like to compete in a nose work trial, plus we talk introducing handler scent to your nose work dog. Next Episode: To be released 7/06/2018, featuring Donna Hill, talking about owner-handler trained service dogs and what it takes to get a fantastic recall. TRANSCRIPTION: Melissa Breau: This is Melissa Breau and you're listening to the Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast brought to you by...

Duration:00:32:24