P for Pronounced or Pee? Webinar

P for Pronounced or Pee? Webinar

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  • Trial Prep Program and NACSW Program
  • Instructor: Sue Sternberg
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Continual Access

Reading the differences in target odor vs dog pee distraction

Urine for a real treat… In this webinar, Sue will show the differences between a dog sniffing doggy odors vs a dog sniffing target odors. She will also take us down the Road to Pooping, and help everyone predict when their dog might be about to poop. Bring some snacks or a sandwich to enjoy while attending this webinar, as it is sure to delight.

Seriously, Sue has spent waaaaaay too much time studying the nuances of a dog going potty and sniffing where other dogs have urinated and marked, and would love to share with you all some of the behaviors she has learned predict urine-marking and just plain old getting lost in the smell of other dogs. Sue will also be discussing why some dogs seem to get more distracted than others, and why it likely has less to do with training and more to do with temperament and pottying habits.

CEUS

This webinar has been approved for 2 NACSW CEUs.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

"Sue is an expert in her field and has very keen insights into dog behavior. She gave very specific examples of dog behaviors to differentiate between when a dog may pee in a search area and what is search behavior. With some very clear video, this should help any team who has encountered this issue. Excellent presentation!" Rachel H.

"I always enjoy Sue's presentations.  They are illuminating, and Sue is both entertaining and precise in her communications.  This particular webinar gave me some very concrete information that will help me recognize when my dog is and isn't on odor so that I can help him stay on track and avoid marking." Pat M.

"I love Sue's relaxed manner in presenting the info in such an amusing, entertaining way.  Also, I have seen her present a "pee or odor?" workshop in person 5-6 years ago for Michael & Natalie McManus and was very pleased to see how she has updated and added to her presentation." Carole H.

"Very useful information along with solutions for addressing the pee poop scenario. Love the humor parts, too." Catherine B.

"Great topic! Concise presentation with just the right amount of video to conversation ratio. A quick summary at the end would have been a great way to wrap up." Thalia O.

"Where to start? Sue's personal quirky-self contributes enormously to her presentations.
She's relaxed and engaged and enthusiastic - and humorous! Learning is fun and not painful. Thank you, Sue [and Diana for hosting Sue]!" Gretchen G.

"Sue's ability to explain an easy or difficult concept and make it fun!!" Diane K.

"Sue's immense knowledge, her being so personable and accepting of all participants and their questions." Shelley B.

"EVERYTHING, I had no idea how funny Sue Sternberg is. And the instruction was extremely helpful, especially how she simplified things." Brenda K.

"Lots of knowledge about body language on greeting and eliminating in the dog world. Gave me s lot of ways to work with my intact border collie." Mary-Lou V.

"I love Sue’s presentation style and how she connects the dots!" Peg G.

"There was so much helpful info, and so many still and video examples of elimination behavior, it really pointed out the differences of searching vs. elimination." Patty S.

"I'm now fascinated with dog paws during searches and class time. I love the easy tip of one thousand one if a dog is on dog odor/pee/poop." Sonia S.

"Sue is an expert in her field and has very keen insights into dog behavior. She gave very specific examples of dog behaviors to differentiate between when a dog may pee in a search area and what is search behavior. With some very clear video, this should help any team who has encountered this issue. Excellent presentation!" Rachel H.

"The photos and videos. I’m a visual learner. Reminding me to be joyful and enthusiastic. Last year and the start of this year I’ve been learning new or updated skills for NW/SW. I started in 2010 with my first dog and so much has changed. My second dog is almost 6 and like I said in the last much has changed. It’s like I have to start over in training. Loved the webinar." Terry W.

SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR

Almost anyone could benefit from this webinar, even non-Nose Work folks who love geeking out about the minutiae of dog behaviors.

However, this webinar would be particularly useful for anyone who works with their dog in scent activities, particular outdoors where other dog odors and distractions abound.

Knowing the behaviors to look for that can indicate a dog is lost in dog odors can help you design a training plan for getting your dog back on target odors quickly and happily and hopefully before they pee or poop in the search area.

Sue Sternberg

Sue Sternberg

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WEBINAR REPLAY

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- Access to all associated resources.
- May email speaker with questions.

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