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Self-control for service dogs goes above and beyond that which is required of a well-trained unobtrusive pet dog. This lecture will introduce you to just some of the self-control behaviors that are taught to service dog candidates. All the skills we illustrate were taught in a step-by-step sequence. Using Duration, Distance, Distraction, and adding all together for the Difficulty of the self control behaviors. We will remind you how desensitization and skill practice is required in high stimulus situations, and introduce you to some of the specific self-control skills that must be taught during the preparation of a dog for public access service work.
Sponsor:E-Training for Dogs, Inc
Speaker(s):Dee Ganley, CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CABC, CAP2 and Barbara Handelman M.Ed., CDBC
Contact: Cheryl Aguiar