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Veterinary Continuing Education Program - 8 AAVSB RACE Credit Hrs.

$479.00

25% DISCOUNT
At checkout, apply coupon code TRAIN for 25% discount.

Continuing Education Program for Veterinarians & Vet Techs

Vet Assistants, Rescue Shelter Staff & All Pet Care Professionals Welcome

Approved for 8hrs CE by AAVSB / RACE*
Program by Donna Chandler, Canine Trainer and Behavior Modification Specialist

Good Dog! ONE-der Class® & Seminar

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PROGRAM HELD AT BEVERLY'S PET RESORT (Fishers, IN)
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The Good Dog! ONE-der Class® and Seminar program is designed to provide valuable information and techniques to:

  • Veterinarians approved per state (8 hrs. RACE credit)
  • Veterinary Technicians (8 hrs. RACE credit)
  • Veterinary Assistants
  • Dog Trainers
  • Humane Society & Rescue Shelter Staff
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Kennel and Daycare Staff
Dog Training Book "e;Good Dog!" by Donna Chandler
 

Price for on-site Veterinary Continuing Education Program is $479 per person (only $359.25 after limited-time 25% discount). Enrollment in the program held at Beverly's Pet Resort includes:

  • Live full-day program presented by Donna Chandler
  • Personal Autographed copy of Good Dog! book by Donna Chandler
  • The Good Dog! Behavior Modification Manual by Donna Chandler
  • Accreditation & How-to-Guide for establishing an immediate profit center
  • 8 RACE Continuing Education Credits (Approved by AAVSB)

For more information, call Donna Chandler at 317-769-4649.

ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM: Online CE Class (8 Credit Hrs.) Always Available

 

Good Dog! ONE-der Class® and behavior modification seminar is unlike any other!

race-aavsb-240x184The “Good Dog! ONE-der Class and Seminar” (RACE Program #463-23841) was designed to provide Vets, Vet Techs and Assistants and anyone working with dogs the training and know-how to turn the basic principles of canine training and behavior modification into a new profit center in your current location.

This program was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 8.00 hours of continuing education in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.

Programs Scheduled for August 21 and October 9, 2016
Location: Beverly’s Pet Resort in Fishers, IN

Program Syllabus

Good Dog! ONE-der Class®

8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

The following topics will be discussed in this seminar. Support material can be found in the “Good Dog!” book authored by Donna Chandler.

  1. Breed you’ve chosen
  2. #1 job of canine trainer or behaviorist (Keep the dog in it’s home!)
  3. Dog Whispering
  4. Canine Products
  5. Fear Periods X 2
  6. Habitual Behavior
  7. Treats/Food Motivation
  8. Indoor Leash
  9. Aggressive Games (tug-of-war, chasing and free elevation)
  10. Marking Behaviors with a clicker or “Thank You”
  11. Bite Inhibition
  12. Command “Kennel Up”
  13. Denning instincts/wolves/crate
  14. Crate: Placement, Command, Kong & talking rule
  15. House-breaking bells
  16. House breaking bells upstairs, down stairs & in-outside the door
  17. Five Golden Rules of house training
  18. “God to Moses” voice
  19. “Come/Sit” command and always a good dog
  20. The word “NO” does not exist
  21. “Leave it” command
  22. “On your rug—down—stay” command
  23. Fetch and “Drop-it” command
  24. “Off” furniture rule and command
  25. “Up” command
  26. “Wait” command
  27. Walking; Walking; Walking
  28. Utilizing a “Gentle Leader” head halter or easy walk harness
  29. Operant Training
  30. Socialization
  31. Children Rules
  32. Spaying and Neutering
  33. Food and Plant Poisons
  34. Ignore dog for two weeks except for training. When out of house you can love dog.
  35. Call Donna every Monday (Office) for tweaking the behavior techniques.

Behavior Modification
Techniques and Principles

1:30 PM to 4:30 PM

The following topics will be discussed in this seminar. Support material can be found in the “Good Dog! Seminar” manual authored by Donna Chandler.

  1. Taking a history
  2. Methods:
    • Ignoring (withholding reward)
    • Systematic Desensitization
    • Drug Desensitization
    • Flooding
    • Counter Conditioning
    • Response Substitution
    • Operant Training
  3. Separation Anxiety
  4. Storm Fears
  5. Global Fears
  6. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder/Canine Compulsive Disorder (OCD/CCD)
  7. Super submission and submissive urination
  8. Jumping on people
  9. Aggression:
    • Aggressive puppy
    • Aggression to household members
    • Fear Aggression/Anxiety Wrap
    • Possessive Aggression
    • Territorial Aggression/food aggression
    • Sibling Rivalry
    • Interdog Aggression
    • Play-induced/Excitement-induced aggression
    • Redirected aggression
  10. Canine soiling
  11. Leg lifting
  12. Coprophagia
  13. Submissive Urination
  14. Shy puppy and dog
  15. Barking/Whining/Digging
  16. Out of Control Puppy
  17. Human Animal Bond
  18. Training Aids
Programs Scheduled for August 21 and October 9, 2016
Location: Beverly’s Pet Resort in Fishers, IN
ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM: Online CE Class (8 Credit Hrs.) Always Available
Dog Training Book "e;Good Dog!" by Donna Chandler

For more information, call Donna Chandler at 317-769-4649.

25% DISCOUNT
At checkout, apply coupon code TRAIN for 25% discount.

Register Now! Select Date and # of People

PROGRAM HELD AT BEVERLY'S PET RESORT (Fishers, IN)
Click for Driving Directions

* This program 463-23841 was reviewed and approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE committee to offer a total of 8.00 CE Credits (8.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian and/or 8.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (8.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categorie(s) of “Category Two: Non-Scientific-Clinical” using the delivery method(s) of Seminar/Lecture Interactive-Distance. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however participants are responsible for ascertaining each board’s CE requirements. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.

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