We create the kind of online programs you want to change your dog's behavior and make life more enjoyable for both of you.
We follow science-based, positive methods to achieve these goals. Working with your dog should be both enjoyable and rewarding. Do it right and sometimes it can be a transformative experience.
We take the guesswork out of the process and provide videos, handouts, and webinars that allow you to work at your own pace and in the comfort of your home.
So choose a program and start your journey toward a more satisfying relationship with your best pal.
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Thanks for the fantastic courses you are doing!
Barbara Willett and Ozzie
I find the handouts very helpful and I print them out for my reference. The videos are great because I really need to see what I’m supposed to be doing.
You are all amazing and have great knowledge about dog behavior. It’s incredible. Thank you for caring and sharing yourselves with others.
We are having great success
Nancy & Dave Stewart and Sawyer
These are major accomplishments for Sawyer. Thank you so much for helping us make Sawyer so much better.
I love your course!
Michelle Schreiber and Teddy
Thank you to you and your team for putting this out there and making this information so accessible!
Dr. Radosta lectures nationally and internationally for veterinarians, their staff and lay people. She has written book chapters for textbooks including Handbook of Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat; Blackwell’s Five Minute Veterinary Consult, Decoding your Cat and Canine and Feline and Small Animal Pediatrics. She is the coauthor of From Fearful to Fear Free, the ultimate guide for fearful dogs.
She has published scientific research articles in Journal of Applied Animal Behavior Science and The Veterinary Journal and written review articles for Advances in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Compendium, NAVC, Veterinary Team Brief, Clinician’s Brief and AAHA Newstat. She is the section editor for Advances in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. She serves on the Fear Free Executive Council and the AAHA Behavior Management Task Force.
Dr. Radosta has been interviewed for many publications including Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple, Good News for Pets and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, local news in southeast Florida, Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, Steve Dale's Pet Talk and Dogs, Cats and Scapegoats (documentary). She podcasts for VetGirl.
Mindy had been a veterinary hospital administrator for over thirty years, and in that capacity was instrumental in starting programs in pet therapy, puppy kindergarten, and obedience and behavior. She is currently applying all of her energies to helping dog owners create the best possible partnership with their dog.
Mindy is the Training Director and owner of Lucky Dog Training Club in Jupiter, FL. She helps dog owners with a multitude of issues, both in group and private classes and she guides and often mentors the other talented instructors that also teach there.
Mindy has had the good fortune of training under and learning from some of the top dog experts in the world. She continues to attend continuing education lectures and seminars to expand her expertise in dog behavior and has worked successfully with many dog owners in private consultations to help modify behavior problems including fear and aggression.
A large part of her 35 year career was spent working with challenging students. This lead to a nice transition into her present career path.
Cheryl started out assisting in Reactive dog class in 2008. She has lived the pain and triumph of living with a reactive dog of her own.
This soon transitioned into her current position as a Veterinary Behavior Technician at Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a veterinary behavior only specialty practice, where she has worked since 2012. She implements and troubleshoots all behavior modification treatment plans to ensure her patients success. She deals with many anxious and aggressive animals with a wide range of emotional disorders.
Cheryl has lectured at the largest Veterinary Conference in North America speaking about noise aversion, and a Veterinary Technician Summit addressing noise aversion and motion sickness. She also lectures locally on many dog-related topics.
Cheryl is also a certified dog Instructor at Lucky Dog Training Club where she teaches many classes such as puppy class, Nose Work, obedience, and Fido Fun and Games.
Cheryl’s extensive education and training brings a nice balance when working with clients and their pets.
What is the format of the programs?
Some of the programs are live and will list the dates of each webinar. But if you can't make the live webinar, you can always catch up with the recorded version.
If the course is recorded, it is self-paced and you can take as much time as you need to practice the skills in each week's lesson. We recommend doing one lesson per week.
These are online courses utilizing discussion (if you purchase the full version with coaching and support), lectures, videos, photos, slides, and written material. In the full version, you will have ample opportunity for asking questions and learning through feedback.
Why are there two versions offered of some of the programs?
If there are two versions of a program it means that one is the full version which includes any help, coaching and support you might need from the instructors. Most people will do better and get more out of the full version.
Some students, mostly pet professionals, do not want or require access to help with the material, so they may opt for the self-study version of a course. This version contains all of the materials as in the full version but without access to instructor help or coaching.
Those that do opt for the self-study version can add support later if they choose. We suggest you do the full version to get the most out of it.
Note: No matter which version you choose you can always email us if you are having any technical difficulties with accessing the material.
What do I need to take a program?
You will need a computer or laptop with a good internet connection. While not ideal, a smartphone can be used. If you can read this, you are most likely fine!
Will my dog be better at the end of a program?
Typically, dogs will show improvement and some dogs may show dramatic change, but it takes time to affect behavior. Improvement is also contingent on how much you work with your dog as well as how long the problem has been happening and how serious a problem it is. All dogs are different so we can't make any predictions or guarantees.
We have helped hundreds of dogs with different issues including the one you're concerned about and our goal is to help you with yours.