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  • Welcome to the 14th episode of The Dog Real Talk!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am your host!My guest today is Aileen Stevenson! We had a very important conversation about dogs and kids. "The arrival of a new baby is a huge lifestyle change for humans….and also for the dogs we live with. In the UK behavioural problems related to the addition of a new baby to a family is one of the top 3 reasons that dogs are surrendered for rehoming."Aileen Stevenson is a Graduate and Certified Training Partner of the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behaviour and a member of the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers. Aileen is also Scotland's first, and currently only, Family Paws licensed trainer, working to support & prepare families with dogs for life with children.Aileen is passionate about working with families, particularly, families with young children, to help them understand their dogs more deeply and so help them create safe, respectful, harmonious & mutually beneficial relationships. She is based in Glasgow, Scotland, where she specialises in family dog training and, in particular, helping families with dogs prepare for life with children. Find out more about Aileen at www.theperfectpuppycompany.co.ukCheck out Aileen's course at Tromplo:https://tromplo.com/course/preparing-your-dog-for-life-with-your-baby-5/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome to the 13th episode of The Dog Real Talk!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am your host!My guest today is Glasgow Dog Trainer - John McGuigan.We chatted about whether or not we can talk about “positive dog training”, what exactly do we mean when we say “positive”. Make sure you check out John’s upcoming course at Tromplo: https://tromplo.com/course/resolving-aggression-and-reactivity-towards-dogs-and-people/“John has been training dogs professionally for over 10 years. In that time, he has accrued over 5500 hours of one to one client time and trained thousands of dogs. John is committed to continuing education, so you can be assured that you and your dog will receive the most up to date, dog friendly techniques on the market. As well as training private clients, John also teaches other dog trainers and has presented in Australia, Canada, USA, Slovenia, Spain, Scotland and England with several more countries in the works for 2019.”Resources:John’s website http://www.glasgowdogtrainer.co.ukJohn’s Facebook page https://m.facebook.com/GlasgowDogTrainer/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!

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  • Welcome to the 12th episode of The Dog Real Talk!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am your host!My guest today is Nancy Tucker - amazing trainer I have had a pleasure to learn from!If you can’t wrap your head around how to approach classical conditioning, desensitization in training - this episode is definitely for you!"Nancy is a certified trainer with the CCPDT, and a certified behaviour consultant with the IAABC. She teaches seminars, webinars, and workshops on dog training, dog behaviour, and the business end of training throughout Canada, the US, and Europe. She is also an instructor for Fenzi Dog Sports Academy and a regular article contributor to the Whole Dog Journal. She shares her home in Quebec, Canada with her husband Tom and their Border Terrier, Bennigan."Make sure you visit Nancy's website:https://nancytucker.com/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome to the 11th episode of The Dog Real Talk!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am your host!My guest today is Theresa McKeon from TAGteach. If you haven’t heard about TAGteach you should definitely check out this episode! References: www.tagteach.com“After more than 30 years as a national level gymnastics coach, Theresa was determined to find a way to speed up skill acquisition for her athletes while simultaneously decreasing frustration all around. The answer was in the science of learning. The problem was the most beneficial tools defined in the “science” were clunky and difficult for coaches to procedurally implement. In response, Theresa along with Joan Orr and Karen Pryor created TAGteach, a vehicle that transported the science of learning from the rigid rules of academia to the riotous world of live teaching and coaching. Today, Theresa designs and presents TAGteach workshops and seminars around the world and has adapted the technology in multiple fields including: education, business management, industrial education and safety, military, medical training, corrections, professional sports, and family communication”WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome to the 10th episode of The Dog Real Talk!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am your host!In this episode I had a huge pleasure of taking to amazing Eva Bertilsson from Carpe Momentum and Tromplo.We geeked out into topic of marker cues. The conversation was so awesome, that we continued after the official part and then I had to add it too to this episode, because it turned out to be too good not share with you guys!References:✔ Carpe Momentum: https://www.carpemomentum.nu/✔ Agility from the Start (Eva's and Emelie's book): http://agilityrightfromthestart.com/✔Eva's and Emelie's course at Tromplo:https://tromplo.com/course/seamlessness-from-one-reward-to-the-next/✔ Eva's conference in Sweden: https://ccc2019.se/Eva Bertilsson is world recognized trainer who has a master’s degree in behavior analysis and perfectly combines scientific approach and its practical application when working with animals. Together with Emelie Johnson Vegh, Eva runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Teaching people all over the world about behavioral analysis, husbandry training, seamless training sessions, flowcharts, while working with variety of species. Eva is a board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, a faculty member of Clicker Expo, and an enthusiastic disseminator of ethical practices based in behavioral science. In addition to her own teaching, she has also been instrumental in introducing TAGteach ™ and Fear Free™, as well as numerous renown speakers (for example Susan Friedman, Susan Schneider and Clive Wynne), to the Scandinavian audience.Source: Animal Training Academy https://www.animaltrainingacademy.comWE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome to the bonus, special episode with 3 guests! Last week we had a chance to talk about cognition from the perspective of behaviors geeks. We talk about how can we discuss topics that crossover different sciences without the need to use labels! Hannah Branigan - https://hannahbranigan.dog/Eva Bertilsson - https://www.carpemomentum.nu/, www.tromplo.com, https://ccc2019.se/Vidhyalakshmi Karthikeyan - https://www.facebook.com/theunlikelytricksters/ www.tromplo.com and myself - your host Agnieszka Janarek www.tromplo.com https://www.facebook.com/AgnieszkaJanarekAnimal/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome to the 9th episode of The Dog Real Talk. Today I’m honored to host amazing Jesús Rosales-Ruiz, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Behavior Analysis at University of North Texas. I had a pleasure to talk to dr. Rosales-Ruiz during ClickerExpo Luminos in UK in 2018. I had a chance to ask dr. Jesús about the topic of extinction.Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavior Analysis at the University of North Texas. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 1995 under the direction of Dr. Donald M. Baer. During his graduate training he also worked closely with Dr. Ogden R. Lindsley. Dr. Rosales-Ruiz’s areas of interest include antecedent control of behavior, generalization, behavioral cusps, fluency-based teaching, treatment of autism, teaching of academic behavior, animal training, rule-governed behavior and contingency-shaped behavior. He has served on several editorial boards, including the Journal of Precision Teaching, the European Journal of Behavior Analysis, and the International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy. Dr. Rosales-Ruiz is a fellow of the Eastern Psychological Association and a trustee of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.Reference:https://behaviorexplorer.com/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode!


  • Welcome to the 8th episode of The Dog Real Talk!Today my guest is Alexandra Kurland, amazing horse trainer, with huge experience and deep understanding of science of learning. I can say without doubt, that the world of positive horse training would never be the same if not for the work of Alexandra. I am grateful that she accepted invitation to this episode to talk about movement, loopy training, negative reinforcement and many more! "Alexandra Kurland is a graduate of Cornell University where she specialized in animal behavior. She began teaching in the early 1980's. Her area of particular interest is the development of a horse's balance: physical and emotional. Helping horses stay sound throughout a long lifetime is the goal. The result are beautiful horses that feel like heaven to ride.In 1998 Alexandra launched the rapidly growing field of clicker training for horses with the publication of her first book, Clicker Training for Your Horse. Alexandra teaches clicker training geared to any horse need or sport—including developing a gentle and companionable riding horse, halter training foals, training advanced performance horses, and reforming difficult and unmanageable horses. Alexandra travels widely, giving clicker training seminars and presenting at conferences in the US, Canada, the UK and Europe. ​She has written The Click That Teaches: A Step–By–Step Guide in Pictures and The Click That Teaches: Riding with the Clicker. She has also produced The Click That Teaches DVD lesson series, an on-line training course, and she is presently at work on new books and videos."References: www.theclickercenter.comwww.theclickercenterblog.comwww.theclickercentercourse.comAMAZING podcast by Alexandra EQUIOSITY www.equiosity.comWE would love to hear your feedback about this episode!


  • Welcome to the 7th episode of The Dog Real Talk! My today's guest doesn't need an introduction. Ladies and Gentlemen Ken Ramirez!I feel very lucky to had a chance to discuss with him conservation training and challenges trainer may face when working with animals in the wild. From Ken's page:In October 2014, Ken Ramirez began his role as Executive Vice-President and Chief Training Officer of Karen Pryor Clicker Training where he helps oversee the vision, development and implementation of training education programs for the organization. This role aligns with Ken's philosophy of helping to bring positive reinforcement training to all corners of the animal training world. Ken previously served as the Executive Vice-President of animal care and animal training at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium, where he developed and supervised animal care and animal health programs, staff training and development as well as public presentation programs for the entire animal collection of more than 32,000 animals. He worked at Shedd for nearly 26 years. A 40+ year veteran of animal care and training, Ramirez is a biologist and animal behaviorist who served nine years at Marineworld of Texas. He also was a trainer and coordinator at Ocean Safari in South Padre Island, Texas, as well as acting as a consultant to many zoo and aquarium programs throughout the world. He began his training career working with guide dogs for the visually impaired and has maintained a close affiliation to pet training throughout his career. He hosted two successful seasons of the pet training television series Talk to the Animals that compared pet training to the important work done with training and caring for animals in zoological facilities. He has also recently worked closely with several search and rescue dog organizations, service dog groups, as well as with bomb and narcotic dogs. Since 2005, Ken has brought his experience as a trainer of many cognitive projects with marine mammals and primates to the dog arena. Most notable has been his work with modifier cues, adduction, matching to sample, mimicry, and counting. The latter two projects: teaching dogs to mimic or imitate other dogs; and to learn the concept of counting are in the process of being prepared for scientific publication. Both of these projects have documented cognitive abilities in dogs that have not been previously well documented or understood. Ramirez has been active in several professional organizations, including the International Marine Animal Trainer’s Association (IMATA), of which he is a past president. Ken has been actively involved in the creation of a certification process for animal trainers in zoological settings. He has been on the faculty of Karen Pryor’s Clicker Expos since 2005.Ramirez has written for numerous scientific publications and authored countless popular articles. He authored the book ANIMAL TRAINING: Successful Animal Management through Positive Reinforcement, published in 1999. He also teaches a graduate course on animal training at Western Illinois University.WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode!


  • Welcome to the next episode of The Dog Real Talk! My guest today is amazing Ryan Cartlidge, founder of Animal Training Academy (ATA). We talked about the convergence of animal training between species. Ryan is the the creator of a wonderful, most supportive and geeky Tribe you can find on the internet for animal trainers. Ryan provides amazing content for ATA members, doing podcasts, live classes to name just the few. If you are an animal trainer then you simply have to join the community he has created, I am myself proud member of ATA Tribe! Check out this link to learn more about membership: https://www.animaltrainingacademy.com/membership-2018/More about Ryan from his website:"Hi, I’m Ryan, the founder of Animal Training Academy. For the past 11 years, I’ve been working as a professional animal trainer around the world, including in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the US. I’ve trained teams, developed animal training programs, been published in leading industry magazines, spoken at international conferences and delivered presentations in a University on animal behaviorAnd through the Animal Training Academy, I connect hundreds of animal behavior & training enthusiasts with a large (and growing) library of lessons and tutorials delivered by renowned animal experts.I’ve worked in many different zoos, across numerous countries in lots of different teams and with many different species. Working across different organizations I was consistently presented with opportunities to develop new animal training programs based on my experience.After doing this for a decade I saw an opportunity to take what I was already doing and reach a much bigger audience, helping more trainers and animals. Animal Training Academy was born mid-2015."References: Animal Training Academy website: https://www.animaltrainingacademy.com/Podcast with Chris Jenkins: https://www.animaltrainingacademy.com/podcast/training-tidbits/free-flight-macaws/Eileen's article about quadrants:https://eileenanddogs.com/blog/2018/06/28/quadrant-cornerstone-operant-learningWE would love to hear your feedback about this episode!


  • In this episode my guest is wonderful Corey L. Robertson whom I have met at Florida Institute of Technology ABA Program, where he was my co-instructor.From his website (make sure you visit it www.behaviorguy.com)"I worked as an Exceptional Student Education teacher with Orange County Public Schools for four years, teaching elementary and middle school students with varying exceptionalities including emotional difficulties, specific learning disabilities, and mild retardation.In 2002, I began working for Intervention Services, Inc. providing behavior analysis services to typically developed children exhibiting problem behaviors. This consisted of working with parents and teachers to develop and implement effective behavior plans in the settings in which these behaviors occurred. In 2003, I was certified as a Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (BCABA).In 2004, I went to work for another agency, Interventions Unlimited, Inc., for the opportunity to work with children and young adults with autism and other developmental delays. A year later, an opportunity to work with one of my FIT professors and mentor led me to Quest, Inc, a company that provides various services to adults and children with disabilities. I worked for Quest from 2005-2009, providing supervision for three BCaBAs, and overseeing behavior plans and skill acquisition programs for four group homes, a vocational center, and clients receiving supported living services in the community. Currently, I am a lead co-instructor for Florida Tech's professional development program in ABA, and also provide supervision privately for those pursuing certification. In 2007, I became certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). I am currently a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, The Association for Professional Behavior Analysts, and serve on the executive committee for the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis."In this episode Corey talks about Abolishing Operations! References: Corey's website: http://www.behaviorguy.com/Main.htmlABA Technologies: https://abatechnologies.com/FIT: https://www.fit.edu/ WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome in the next episode of the Dog Real Talk Program! In this episode my guest is one of the trainers that I look up to and who inspires me to become better everyday! Eva Bertilsson from Carpe Momentum.Eva Bertilsson is world recognized trainer who has a master’s degree in behavior analysis and perfectly combines scientific approach and its practical application when working with animals. Together with Emelie Johnson Vegh, Eva runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Teaching people all over the world about behavioral analysis, husbandry training, seamless training sessions, flowcharts, while working with variety of species. Eva is a board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, a faculty member of Clicker Expo, and an enthusiastic disseminator of ethical practices based in behavioral science. In addition to her own teaching, she has also been instrumental in introducing TAGteach ™ and Fear Free™, as well as numerous renown speakers (for example Susan Friedman, Susan Schneider and Clive Wynne), to the Scandinavian audience.Source: Animal Training Academy https://www.animaltrainingacademy.comEva talked about seamless training session, respons to errors in training as well as choice and control we offer to our animals! If you want to know how to make your session fluent from the start till the end, and hear it from one of the best trainers I could imagine, you have to listen to this episode! References:- Carpe Momentum: https://www.carpemomentum.nu/- Agility from the Start (Eva's and Emelie's book): http://agilityrightfromthestart.com/Eva's and Emelie's course at Tromplo:https://tromplo.com/course/introduction-to-start-button-behaviors/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Welcome in the next episode of the Dog Real Talk Program! My name is Agnieszka Janarek and in this episode my guest is one of the most amazing persons and specialists in the animal training world Dr. Susan G. Friedman In this episode we focus on labels! If you want to learn what are labels, why we should be very careful when using them and rather focus on specific description of tangible behaviors, listen to our conversation! Dr. Susan Friedman is a psychology professor at Utah State University who has pioneered the application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to captive and companion animals. ABA, with its roots in human learning, offers a scientifically sound teaching technology and ethical standard that can improve the lives of all learners. Students from 22 different countries have participated in Susan's online courses, Living and Learning with Animals for Professionals and Living and Learning with Parrots for Caregivers. She has written chapters on learning and behavior for three veterinary texts (Behavior of Exotic Pets, Clinical Avian Medicine, and Manual of Parrot Behavior), and is a frequent contributor to popular magazines. Her articles appear around the world in eleven languages. Susan has presented seminars for a wide variety of professional organizations around the world such as the Association of Avian Veterinarians, the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, Moorpark College Exotic Animal Training and Management program, and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She has been nominated for the Media Award given by the International Association of Behavior Analysis for her efforts to disseminate to pet owners, veterinarians, animal trainers and zookeepers the essential tools they need to empower and enrich the lives of the animals in their careReferences: Visit website to learn more about behavior science and geek into tons of available resources! http://behaviorworks.org/Dr. Friedman seminar in Poland in 2020https://www.facebook.com/events/187742298845838/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Second episode of The Dog Real Talk is here!My name is Agnieszka Janarek and I am super proud to invite you to a wonderful conversation with superb Hannah Branigan. I am a huge fun of Hannah's work. She is just amazing and her podcast Drinking From The Toilet was one of the biggest inspiration to do The Dog Real Talk! In this episode we talked about schedules of reinforcement and how to apply them in real life. Listen to learn more!From Hannah's website"With the belief that everyone (dogs and humans alike) learn best in an environment free of criticism, Hannah breaks down complex skills into bite-sized, accessible pieces, and develops practical techniques that leave her students with a sense of achievement and success. She is on a mission to make training effective + enjoyable for dogs and their handlers, which means optimizing positive reinforcement techniques across species. She is fascinated by behavior and learning, and passionate about bringing innovative, science-based solutions to the dog/human learning space. Hannah has a background in both human sports and biology. Now she applies that knowledge and experience to the world of animal training and canine competitive sports. She enjoys training and competing with her own dogs in a variety of sports, and has titled her dogs in Obedience, Agility, Conformation, IPO (Schutzhund), and Rally. Her competition obedience DVDs, Obedience FUNdamentals and Beyond FUNdamentals, have received rave reviews from trainers all over the world, and her students have earned advanced titles and in multiple countries. While primarily interested in the training process, she finds the high scores, prestigious awards, and national rankings she has earned to be very reinforcing. Hannah is the host of the popular dog training podcast, Drinking from the Toilet, which focuses on the (often inconvenient) intersection between positive reinforcement philosophy and reality."References: Hannah's website Wonderpups: https://wonderpupstraining.com/Hannah's podcast Drinking From The Toilet: https://wonderpupstraining.com/dog-training-podcast/Hannah's awesome book: https://shop.clickertraining.com/products/awesome-obedience WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;-), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • I am so thrilled to welcome you in the very first episode of the Dog Real Talk Program! My first guest is one the best nosework handlers in the USA, amazing world recognized trainer, KPA Faculty Member, Cyber Scent Teacher and I'm super proud to say Tromplo Trainer - Sarah Owings! She is also one of the kindest people I have met in the dog training business! From Cyber Scent about Sarah"Sarah Owings is a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner. She specializes in the practical application of behavioral principles to help transform the lives of fearful, shut down, and over-the-top dogs. As an international speaker, and regular contributor to online training forums, she is known for her innovative approaches to tough behavior problems, and her compassionate and insightful teaching. She has written for Clean Run Magazine on topics such as stimulus control, release cues, and toy-related cues, and serves as Clicker Expo faculty, an instructor for Cyber Scent Online, and is an advisor to the Glendale Humane Society in Los Angeles.Sarah is also an avid nose work competitor, currently competing at both the Elite and Iron Dog levels with her labrador retriever, Tucker. Tucker was the recipient of the Harry Award in 2015, and has the distinction of titling at each level of NACSW without a single miss. With Sniffing Dog Sports, he has won High in Trial in both Advanced, and Excellent divisions, as well as a HIT at Iron Dog. At Turner Trials, an invitation-only three day tournament, he came in second place on day three, finishing fourth place overall against 38 of some of the most experienced competitors in the country. Tucker's trained final response for nose work, a hover-freeze at source, was taught with a marker signal, following the clicker training principles outlined in the Cyber Scent Online course."KPA: https://www.clickertraining.com/Cyber Scent: http://www.cyberdogonline.com- Agility from the Start (Eva's and Emelie's book Sarah has mentioned): http://agilityrightfromthestart.com/WE would love to hear your feedback about this episode! Let us know in comments, emails, regular mails (yes they still work ;) ), Facebook messages or any other way you want!


  • Hi! My name is Agnieszka Janarek! I am a host of The Dog Real Talk Program and founder of Tromplo Animal Training Platform!The first episode of our brand new program, “The Dog Real Talk,” is about to air.We're going to talk about animals and it will get geeky! We will discuss the training of dogs, horses, humans and other animals. We will facilitate philosophical and practical conversations on topics ranging from behavior science to general concepts related to animal training. These conversations will feature interviews with trainers, scientists, animal handlers, behaviorists and many more!Stay tuned for more information!