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Shop Our Brands. All Rights Reserved. Cancel Submit. And so for me it was huge, because we get so stuck in a world of criteria, right? Criteria, criteria. Did they meet criteria? If your dog is in the wrong emotional state, that training will never show. So you actually have to deal with that. So what does that involve?
It might involve the dog doing three weave poles and you clapping and having a party and leaving. And so for me, it was just a huge eye opener that the dogs know how to do these skills. Teri Martin: Loretta always makes me wish I did agility just so I could take her classes. This next clip is also from one of our amazing agility instructors -- Amanda Nelson! Amanda Nelson: So this is again from Sunny, she told me just to let it go. Learn from it. Learn from it, move on, and just let it go and think about your next run.
Melissa Breau: Next up is Laura Waudby, with something I think we all encounter and probably could serve to be reminded of even more often…. Generally if things are going pretty well you should enjoy it, quit before that just one more piece.
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But when things start going down hill, and they will, just end the session. I also would make sure that neither you or the dog are getting frustrated about it.
So what about training advice, what is the best piece of training advice that you've ever heard? Lori Stevens: You know, it's funny. Lori Stevens: Yeah. Meet the dog where she is or he is. That was the best piece of advice I heard and that was in TTouch, but just kind of change to meet both learners, the dog and the person, where they are. You can't really tell people to change, right, you have to guide them gently, and kind of move with them when they're really to move. People have to decide for themselves to make changes, and communication is so incredibly important. I've seen dogs and people go from, you know, a pretty dark place to an incredible place, and I'm so thrilled with what, you know, with the influence that I had on that.
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I would have to say just meeting everybody where they are, and recognizing how important communication is, and that it's not just about what we think, or how we think it should be done, but bringing the person and dog along at their own pace. Patricia McConnell: Oh man, oh wow. Do I have to pick one?
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Melissa Breau: You can share more than one if you want. Patricia McConnell: Good. I sound like such a crier. It makes me want to cry. But I think that the most important part about it is to remind all of us to be kinder to ourselves. So I think that strikes home with me a lot.
I sometimes am now, which makes me really happy, but those are often people who are really quiet. She was working with you so beautifully that you were like a team.
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A big thank you to Teri for co-hosting this episode with me. Hopefully our first of many. And thank you to all of our listeners for tuning in! We truly would not be here without you, and without all of your kind comments over the last year. Mariah has broad practical experience in the dog world, volunteering and working in kennels, shelters and veterinary hospitals, dog sitting and walking, fostering rescue dogs, and two years of veterinary technician college.
She has a passion for finding the best way to communicate with the human half of the dog handler team, because she knows small changes in the handler and practice can yield big results in the long run. Her specialty at FDSA is teaching skills that require self-control from the dog including proofing, impulse control, stays and greetings while using positive training methodologies.
She also just recently put a UD on her awesome border collie, Clever. Melissa Breau: Can you just remind listeners a little bit about who you are and who the dogs that you share your life with are? Mariah Hinds: Sure. I have Jada, my Doberman, who is and-a-half years old. Clever is my 5-year-old border collie. She got her novice title with from She won first place in Open against other dogs last year with the , and she just got all three of her utility legs for her title a few weekends ago.
She also knows a ton of tricks, and we train in agility as well.
Those are my goals for her for the next year. Her name is Squishy because she likes to lay on top of me. Is there anything else you want to know about me?
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