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Wheaten Webinar - Temperament and Rage Syndrome - Shared screen with speaker view
Marcy
02:50:51
What about the dog that has "blank eyes"? The one that looks like it's either in the middle of a seizure or has been turned into a zombie?
Marj Lorand
03:01:24
I must mention that many don't understand that time out release when the behavior stops is appropriate with children as well.
Dorice Stancher
03:02:58
Thank you Dr. Karen for showing this brilliant example of how humane treatment and building a relationship based on trust can change a dog’s life.
Tasha Shaw-Verbic
03:04:47
Thank you SCWTCA for putting on this webinar, and thank you Dr. Overall for framing aggression in this way. I have several SCWT clients working with their reactive/aggressive dogs, and we ONLY work with force free methods.
Dorice Stancher
03:06:30
Agreed I only use reward-based, force-free for my clients as well. Wheaten Terriers thrive on it.
Audrey Willis
03:07:25
What category would a dog that likes to mouth/lick a lot in?
Clare Bradbeer
03:22:04
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Tasha Shaw-Verbic
03:22:07
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Tasha Shaw-Verbic
03:27:39
THANK YOU FOR THIS TOO! Why do people resist telling dogs that they’ve done well?! Why withhold this information?
Matthew McKinnon
03:36:52
Dr. Overall, hank you for taking the time and sharing your expertise with us all. I am grateful for the education. I look forward to watching the rest of the recording.
Julie Grudzinskas
03:40:53
what is your experience with doses of the SSRIs or TCAs over time with an individual dog undergoing simultaneous training
Christine
03:45:10
Can we get a copy of the questionnaire.
deborahwolford
03:45:57
Thank you.
Pierce Rankin
03:48:12
I have a 3 month old wheaten and he is so crazy, he bites and jumps on my other dog who is a yorkie, and the yorkie gets upset - he also does the same to my cats, he doesn’t listen well when he does this - is this normal puppy behavior or aggression
Julie Grudzinskas
03:49:01
what about dog-dog agression within the household
Nancy Draper
03:59:24
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.
Clare Bradbeer
03:59:30
YES YES YES to the breed clubs working with someone like Dr. Overall to have official/formal temperament/behavioural screening. What wonderful expert input. So thankful for all this great information.
Connie Koehler
04:04:06
Thank you so, so much, Dr. Overall, for a fabulous session. We do need to form partnerships with veterinary behaviorists; that is a must-do for all of us.
Wendy Schmerse
04:05:57
Thank you so very much for your time and this webex! This was so informative!
Robert
04:07:13
Will you be sharing the recorded session?
Tasha Shaw-Verbic
04:08:24
Yes that’s the one :)
Tasha Shaw-Verbic
04:09:00
Would love to share the link to the recorded session in the Wheaten Force Free Training Group.
Clare Bradbeer
04:09:56
Brilliant. Thank you from Australia. The late time with you makes it possible for us downunder.
Julie Grudzinskas
04:10:31
thank you thank you. a very wonderful educational presentation
Tasha Shaw-Verbic
04:10:46
Thank you thank you thank you! SCWTCA & Dr. Overall!