Every trainer comes into their own after becoming certified with us, and so they should. This is something we feel Kacie has done amazingly well as she is constantly explaining how over the years she has met many trainers both domestically and internationally that align their training philosophy with her own, in which she feels is very important.
Every trainer is different in the way they approach their expertise, and after talking with Kacie Gauld from “Kacie’s Puppy School” we discovered how important this is.
Kacie has built a long-term relationship with us, as we first come in contact with her many years ago, completing her Certificate III in Dog Behaviour in Training as a Distance Learning student. We got back in contact with her recently as she became a part of our Find A Trainer Service, and recently opened her new business. We discussed all areas of the industry from extending her knowledge on an international level, and her development as a trainer to opening her puppy school and her opinion on the role of child awareness when it comes to them interacting with the dogs around them.
An interview with Brydie Charlesworth:
Getting insight into how others grow and develop within the dog training industry is always helpful for those aspiring to become a dog trainer one day themselves. People often say that we learn from our own mistakes but what if we didn’t have to. Working collaboratively in our industry is important as there is always a way in which we can learn from one another. As we work towards our end goal of assisting in the development of our furry friends, if we can bypass making our own mistakes by learning from the mistakes others have already incurred, than our own companions education won’t be negatively impacted also.
Today I got a message through from a client who has been incredibly pro active in training her new pound dog Murphy. The Murph had a few typical rescue type issues such as pulling on the lead, jumping up and was a little reactive in low light situations. Just a bit young and undeveloped and certainly exuberant in his Lab x way.
You hear this word all the time in regards to training your dog. What does it mean? Why is it such a sought after behaviour? What will it bring to your training? Do we really need it?
Look into the eyes of young Benny there…what do you see?
You see him, all of him, from the nose to the very soul.
Well that is what I see anyway when I look into a dog’s eyes that is giving me total focus.
Agility Training for Your Pup
We all know that playing with your dog is an excellent training technique but imagine being able to professionally train your puppy in a fast-paced, fun activity.
This article takes a look at courses in dog agility training!
Top Tips for Taking Photos of Your Dog
Your friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances are all tired of seeing the same photo of your dog every day. This article will give you the right tips for snapping pictures of your pup. If you must fill their inboxes with dog photos, they may as well be the best dog photos you’ve ever taken!
Safely Introducing Your Dogs to Each Other
If you’re bringing a new dog into your existing dog’s territory, acting without caution could end with terrible results. First impressions have a lot of weight in dog relationships. In this article, we’ve laid out the steps to help your best friends become best friends.