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Putting the dog back on lead is a fundamental skill that can significantly enhance training and repair various behavioural issues. Experts in the field emphasise the importance of this practice for both novice and experienced dog owners. They believe that putting the dog back on lead helps reinforce obedience, control, and trust between the handler…
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In our latest podcast episode, we dive into the exhilarating world of dog sports, focusing specifically on PSA (Protection Sports Association). The PSA dog sports have captivated enthusiasts across Australia, thanks to the relentless efforts of many dedicated individuals. This episode shines a spotlight on the history of PSA’s origin within Austral…
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This week on Caffeine & Canines I am joined by my best friend, Ian Kirke and the all time GOAT of dog training Mr Michael Ellis. Michael Ellis doesn’t need much of an introduction because if you are in the training industry, you no doubt know exactly who he is. All of us have taken part on his Leerburg courses when we first started learning about d…
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we were thrilled to welcome Caisey Cainan, a friend of the show and one of the world’s most renowned big cat trainers. Caisey’s journey into the fascinating world of big cats began in his childhood when he ran away to join a circus. It was there that he met his first mentor, a pivotal figure in his life who tragically lost his life to a tiger. This…
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The past couple of weeks in Sydney have been nothing short of amazing. We were thrilled to welcome our American family, Shawn and Janet Edwards, along with their colleagues Zack Burke and Travis Lloyd. Their expertise and passion for training were invaluable as they joined us for PSA trial judging, decoy certification, Deadpool decoy school, and Ja…
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This week on Caffeine & Canines Podcast I am joined by Sophie Coulthard, a canine activist who is the driving force of the movement Don't Ban me Licence Me. In this episode we talk about the contentious subject of the XL Bully ban, the genetics of the XL Bully, how we should best go about training our XL Bullies and what we can do in the face of th…
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In this episode of our podcast, we tackle the often misunderstood topic of punishment in dog training. There’s been a lot of misinformation circulating, including the outrageous claim that balanced trainers hold positive punishment seminars. We want to set the record straight and explain how punishment, when used correctly, plays a vital role in te…
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In this week's episode of Caffeine & Canines I am joined by my guest Andrew Lang from Paws in Nature, who is a NEPOPO® Gold, a fellow business owner and dog behaviour and rehabilitation expert. We talk about a lot of everyday dog training problems and solutions in this episode, so it's a perfect episode for owners that are looking to see improvemen…
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We are thrilled to celebrate our 300th episode, joined by many special individuals from our greater canine community. We posed a unique question to our guests: If you could travel through time to any point in your training career, where would you go, and what would be your objective? The responses were inspiring, reflecting the passion and dedicati…
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This week my guest on Caffeine & Canines podcast is non other than the man himself, Mr Jerry Bradshaw. Police and protection dog trainer for over 25 years, one of the most experienced minds in the dog training industry, especially when it comes to biting dog. Jerry is the creator of the sport that Stark and I partake in, which is PSA (protection Sp…
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There are so many things Oscar and I cover in this podcast that your head will spin. From the top level competitive training to dangerous and deadly dogs. Oscar Mora is back and we have a lot to talk about. Oscar and I have been training together and filming together for a new project that will be out in the next couple of months. Besides that Osca…
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This week on Caffeine and Canines I am joining by none other than the man himself Mr Pat Stuart, no not that man from Star Trek! But if you know me, you’ll know I’m a massive fan of Pat Stuart and he’s been massively influential on my career as a dog trainer and probably been the guest I’ve most wanted on our podcast since we first started it a few…
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In our latest podcast episode, we tackle a critical topic: the peril of false knowledge. While ignorance poses risks, misinformation masquerading as truth can be far more dangerous. Recently, a comment on social media claimed that men are more likely to attend positive punishment seminars than women. This statement is not only unfounded but also mi…
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In this weeks episode of Caffeine & Canines I am joined by my guest Daniella Brant from Campion Dog Training. Daniella rose to fame very quickly on TikTok for her honest no nonsense behind scenes dog training advice. This is a fantastic chat with Daniella, we spoke about all things that are going right and wrong in the dog training industry in 2024…
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In this thought-provoking episode, Anthony Schena, CCAT, delves into the often-overlooked topic of canine mental health, particularly as it relates to the rehabilitation process. Just like humans, our furry friends can experience anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges that impact their well-being and recovery. 🐶💭 Anthony discusses …
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We have Nick Benger with us in this episode! This episode was all over the place with many different topics. (Just the way we like it!!!) Nick discussed the impact dog sports has recently had on him as well as lessons he has learned throughout his dog training career. This is a dog trainers episode for sure! Nick is known for his podcast, Dog Talk …
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In our latest podcast episode, we eagerly addressed key questions from our listeners about training dogs, particularly focusing on the importance of ‘warming’ when transitioning from indoor to outdoor environments. Our listeners are curious about how to maintain a strong connection with their dogs amidst a swag of new outdoor stimuli, and we were e…
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In this weeks episode of Caffeine & Canines we've decided to mix things up! As it was a lovely day in Leeds, we thought we'd take the podcast on the road and go for a woodland walk with Jacob and Elisha answering your dog training questions. Hope you enjoy this little slice of Yorkshire
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We delved into the fascinating world of dog training, focusing on the suppression of behaviours, the concept of dogs “guessing” behaviours, and the powerful dynamics of perception between teacher and student. This discussion sheds light on how understanding and managing these elements can significantly enhance the training process and the relations…
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On this weeks episode of Caffeine and Canines we are joined by my friend Jo-Rosie Haffenden. Who is a world renowned dog trainer, who has been featured on many TV shows, Jo-Rosie is a dog trainers trainer. In this episode we talk about genetics, epigenetic, breed specific behaviour in dogs, controversy in dog training and dog training methods. This…
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In our newest podcast episode, we explore the integration of working dogs into households and address the misleading advice suggesting that these dogs disrupt home dynamics. Despite these myths, working dogs can enhance home life, especially when combined with the right remote training techniques. These methods, often misunderstood, can actually st…
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In this week's episode we're joined by Jack AKA Dovecote Dogs. Dovecote Dogs is a dachshund specific behaviour and training academy, so you guessed, this week is all about the sausage dog. We talk about why sausage dogs are often reactive, how to biologically fulfil them and much much more. We absolutely loved this episode, we hope you do too.…
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In our latest podcast episode, we dove into the fascinating world of canine behaviour, focusing on the concept of 'play' and its multifaceted role in the lives of our dog. Addressing two insightful listener requests, we explored the intricacies of reward placement and the nuanced differences between direct and indirect rewards, shedding light on ho…
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In the latest episode, we delve into the fascinating world of dog training, emphasising the pivotal role of understanding and harnessing different drives. Training dogs, whether for sporting events, police work, or simply as pets, requires a nuanced approach that recognises and adapts to the diverse motivations that drive canine behaviour.Drives in…
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