Tellington TTouch Solutions for Challenging Dog Behavior
Presented by Kathy Cascade, PT, Tellington TTouch Instructor, Certified Canine Trainer
This webinar will present about Tellington TTouch Solutions for Challenging Dog Behavior is an effective and positive approach to working with dogs who exhibit difficult behavior issues such as extreme fearfulness, anxiety, reactivity to other dogs or people, noise phobias, and hyper-arousal. Kathy will share techniques from the Tellington TTouch Method and other creative exercises designed to help dogs reduce tension and arousal while building confidence and coping skills.
The goal is to give the dog a new experience of feeling safe, calm, and in control while in a challenging environment or in the presence of other dogs or people, which previously would have elicited a fearful response. An overview of the physiology of stress and the behavioral coping strategies that dogs often demonstrate will also be included.
Price: €15 until December first, 2020, then the price will be € 25.
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Attendees will be given a certificate of attendance .
Connection link to the webinar will be sent the day before it is held.
The agenda and schedule may undergo some modification according to the needs of the speaker, organization or the proper development of the course.
Total or partial recording of audio and / or video is prohibited without the express written authorization of the speaker and organization.
About Kathy Cascade:
Kathy’s introduction to dog training began in 1991 when a slightly wild and wonderful Alaskan Malamute puppy came into her life. Kathy and Spirit’s partnership lead them to the obedience ring, participation in flyball, and as a visiting Therapy Dog/Handler team in hospitals and nursing homes. Searching for a truly respectful and gentle approach to working with animals, Kathy and Spirit attended their first Tellington TTouch workshop in 1994. The work resonated so much with Kathy that she went on to complete the two-year TTouch Practitioner Certification Program, graduating in October 1996 and later becoming an instructor in 2003.
Kathy holds a Masters of Physical Therapy, and a Masters of Health Education. With her professional training and experience as a Physical Therapist, Kathy offers a unique perspective on the neurophysiologic and sensory aspects of dog behavior to her students. Known for her creative, engaging, and often humorous teaching style, Kathy has presented workshops and seminars throughout the US, Canada, and in Europe.
Kathy’s skillful approach to working with dogs with aggression and fear issues led her to develop a series of seminars titled S.A.N.E. Solutions for Challenging Dog Behavior. Her calm, confident demeanor serve her especially well in working with these cases. Kathy states, “Helping animals learn to cope with the demands of living in our human world is a passion of mine. It is important to recognize that a snarling, lunging dog is likely responding out of fear. Creating a sense of calm and safety for the dog is the first step to eliminating reactive behavior. The TTouch Method allows me to do this with effective tools for reducing stress and building confidence. It gives me great joy to see these animals make the transformation from living in a state of fear to feeling safe in the world.”