It Takes Two: Successful cat and dog interactions – Webinar

How can you help your cat and dog get along better? What are the common causes of problems and remedies for these?

Millions of cat and dogs in America live together in varying degrees of harmony. Many of your clients have cats and dogs, but they may not be aware of what each species needs in order to peaceably coexist with the other. Additionally, when things go wrong, your clients may not know how to improve the situation.

E-training for Dogs.com is offering this webinar that will review some of the most common problem situations that occur in cat and dog households, and why these problems occur. The presentation will also cover how to set up the environment and some specific training techniques that can be used to increase positive associations between individuals of both species.

Speaker: Jacqueline Munera, CCBC, PCBC, CAP2

When: Live online lecture is scheduled for February 4th, 2015   8:00-9:30pm EST (1 AM Grenwich Mean Time)
The webinar will be available as a recording after the Live lecture for all registrants for 32 days.

CEU’s Available:
2 IAABC CEU’s
2 CCPDT CEU’s (CBCC-KA)
2 NADOI CEU’s

Cost: $25.00

DiscountsMembers of APDT, CCPDT, IAABC or NADOI receive over 25% off. All Lecture Series Webinars are only $18.00 each. See instructions at the webinar site on how to find the password to take part in this professional discount

WHAT IS MY CAT SAYING? FELINE COMMUNICATION 101- POWERPOINT CD

WHAT IS MY CAT SAYING? FELINE COMMUNICATION 101- POWERPOINT CD
by Carol Byrnes and Jacqueline Munera

This is a must have for dog people wanting to learn more about cats, who want to feel more comfortable with their cat-dog owning clients.

Cats are probably one of the most mis-understood of all domestic animals. Myths and Myth-understandings abound! Would you like to better understand what your cat is saying and how your body language affects your communication with your feline friends? Carol Byrnes, creator of the “What is My Dog Saying?” power point for dog trainers has collaborated on this project with Certified Cat Behavior Consultant Jacqueline Munera of Positive Cattitudes to create a training tool for veterinary clinic staff, shelter staff, cat behavior specialists and cat owners alike.

This CD has over 150 slides featuring great stills and video clips of cats “speaking cat”. Help your staff and students better understand their cats!

To purchase go to Dogwise

Cat Burger-lar

Cat Burger-lar, was a finalist in the 2009 Karen Pryor Canis Film Festival. The Film Festival is designed to showcase innovative, highly–communicative, short videos on animal training. These videos help educate pet owners and professionals who work with animals—dogs, cats, horses, rats, birds, llamas, and more.

In Cat Burger-lar Clicker training is used to teach Jazz and Pedro to stay out of people’s food!

Ankle Attack

Ankle Attack was the winner of the 2007 Karen Pryor Canis Film Festival’s feline division. The Film Festival is designed to showcase innovative, highly–communicative, short videos on animal training. These videos help educate pet owners and professionals who work with animals—dogs, cats, horses, rats, birds, llamas, and more.

Pedro was dumped out of a car when he was about 3 1/2 weeks old. My clicker trained cat had passed away about 3 months ago and I had been looking for a new candidate, but hadn’t really found anyone. When I saw this little guy at the vet’s, I knew he was the one for me! I took him home at 4 1/2 weeks and tried to start training him but he just wasn’t getting the idea. Did I make a huge mistake? Nope, he just wasn’t ready. At about 6 weeks old he just blossomed. He now learns a new behavior in an average of under 5 minutes. He loved to attack everyone’s hands and ankles so I decided that would be a perfect thing to do a video on. Many people ask me what to do about this problem and most books only recommend aversive methods so I decided to give positive ones a try instead. It worked great as you will see on the video. Pedro is a blast to have around and everyone’s ankles are much happier.

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