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  Title The "Toolbox" Series - Building Supplies
  Speaker Terry Ryan
  Date(s)

February 14, 2011
1:00pm Central Time

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  Location

Raising Canine Telecourse
(This course is available on audiotape
after the presentation date.)

  Fee $25.00
  CEUs CCPDT CEUs: 1
IAABC CEUs: 1
  Host Organization Raising Canine
  Website www.raisingcanine.com
  Contact Person Susan Smith
  Contact Email sue@raisingcanine.com
  Contact Phone 512-916-4007

  Description of Seminar/Conference
  
 

Terry has re-written her classic "Toolbox" book, which so many of us started our careers with. This book is primarily targeted to owners, but there's still plenty of good information for professional trainers - especially new trainers. Terry has a wonderful way of organizing information in an easily understood and remembered way - we can all learn better client communications by paying attention Terry's techniques.

This series is comprised of eight sessions, which correspond with the chapters in her book. You can take enroll in each session individually, or enroll in the entire series for a 25% discount. If you missed a session and still want to enroll in the entire series, just e-mail sue@raisingcanine.com and we'll send you the links to the recordings of the previous sessions. To enroll in the entire series, click here; to enroll in this session, click on the link below the description.

In the Building Supplies section, Terry talks about useful tools. Although this seems a straight-forward subject, tools are crucial to our job, and must be used in the proper way. Also, there are a variety of tools available to trainers and owners these days - how do we know which is a good tool, which is a potentially harmful tool, and which tools are right for our clients' dogs (and our dogs!)? The categories of tools discussed are:

  • Trainer tools such as collars, clickers, bait bags, etc.
  • Owner tools such as leashes, harnesses, poop bags, etc.
  • Management tools such as crates, beds, etc.
  • Enrichment tools such as interactive feeding tools, toys, etc.
  • Health tools such as grooming tools, treats, etc.

 

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