[schema type=”blog” title=”The Problem With Punishing Dogs.” Written by “Kat Camplin, KPA-CTP” url=”http://rompingdogs.com/training/problem-punishing-dogs/” dateCreated= March 13, 2014 description=”Punishment isn’t always effective. So, if the punishing isn’t working, now what? The opposite of punishing is reinforcing or rewarding. Rewarding good behavior
[schema type=”blog” title=”Great Expectations” Written by “Kat Camplin, KPA-CTP” url=”http://rompingdogs.com/training/great-expectations/” dateCreated= October 20, 2013 description=”Television has ruined our expectations. Bad guys get caught in the 46 minutes between commercials, houses get torn down and rebuilt, animals get rescued and make
[schema type=”blog” title=”Is it unfair to train your dog?” Written by “Kat Camplin, KPA-CTP” url=”http://rompingdogs.com/training/unfair-train-dog/” dateCreated= October 13, 2013 description=”A training client has been berated by a few friends for training her dog. Her friends think “dogs should be dogs,”
The video is Paisley on July 4th as the fireworks started. She’s relaxed. Getting her to this point took some time, so I thought I’d share what I did. This is something that can be done while sitting on your
[schema type=”BlogPosting” title=”Dog Training – the line between punishment and abuse.” Written by “Kat Camplin, KPA-CTP” url=”http://wp.me/p2GZPN-hE” dateCreated= July 10, 2013 description=”There is a great division in dog training over whether dogs need to know what they’ve done wrong in
I’ve been really busy working on my KPA certification and have been training all 3 dogs quite a bit. I played with treat values (hot dogs rule!) and training 3 very different dogs the same behaviors using the same methods.
I like seeing excited dogs, I really do, but not bouncing off the cabinets in my kitchen or jumping and leaping on the way to the car. As much as I love Paisley, her bark can peel the paint off