We have a selective list of resources that we think you will be interested in.
Dogs of Course offers instructor education for dog trainers, dog seminars, and other dog-related charitable and educational events. Dogs of Course is dedicated to improving dogs’ lives through education and building stronger bonds between dogs and their owners.
Dogwise.com offers an excellent selection of books and other products.
www.Dogmantics.com Emily Larlham’s great collection of free videos on dog training.
The American Kennel Club (AKC) Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test requirements and instructions to participants are available at www.akc.org/events/cgc
See more detailed information about Dogs & Storks and The Dog and Baby Connection at www.familypaws.com.
The Association of Pet Dog Trainers is a professional association of individual dog trainers who are committed to becoming better trainers through education.
The Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers is an international certification for professional dog trainers. The CCPDT’s certification program is based on humane training practices and the latest scientific knowledge related to dog training. Competence and continued growth in training practices is promoted through the recertification of qualified professionals.
Truly Dog Friendly was launched in 2006 by a coalition of dog trainers and behavior consultants concerned about the proliferation of shock collars and other harmful tools and methods. How does Truly Dog Friendly define dog-friendly? Simple — pain free.
Nutriscan is a food sensitivity and intolerance saliva test for dogs, by Dr. Jean Dodds. Food intolerance or sensitivity is actually quite common whereas food allergy is rare. In fact, food intolerance is the third most common sensitivity condition in dogs and often can be easily remedied with a change in diet. The test can be administered either at home or at your veterinarian’s.