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Shelter team education with launch of the Pet Parenting ECourse provided with pet adoptions

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    • Positive Pet Parenting Saves Lives 501 3c www.PositivePetParenting.org Preventing - Pet Neglect, Abuse and Surrender by . . . Providing - Pet Behavior Training ECourse with Shelter Pet Adoptions
    • Introductions…
      • Susan Tripp, MS/P – Founder
        • PPPSL = Positive Pet Parenting Saves Lives
        • www.PositivePetParenting.org
      • Rolan Tripp, DVM – Founder
        • ABN = Animal Behavior Network
        • www.AnimalBehavior.Net
      • Shelter Team Introductions
    • Positive Pet Parenting Saves Lives 501 3c
      • What is it?
      • Free Positive Pet Parenting 60 Day ECourse
      • Arrives daily first week, then weekly
      • Step-by- step guide to help the pet adjust, learn acceptable home behaviors
      • Goal is to promote pet adoption and prevent pet neglect, abuse, & surrender.
    • “ Positive Human Leadership”
      • What it is NOT:
      • Hitting, spanking, glaring, forcing pets
      • Leaning over dogs, threatening postures
      • What it IS:
      • Pets “Learn to Earn” Valued Resources
      • Using human body language
      • to lower threat, increase trust.
    • Reading Canine Body Language
      • Fear Aggression vs. Threat Aggression
      • Muscle Tone
        • Tense
        • Frozen
      • Ear Position
        • Back – submissive
        • Forward - confident
      • Mouth Position
        • Loose or Tense
      • Tail Position
    • Feline Body Language
      • Body position
      • Ear position
      • Whiskers
      • Tail
      • Hiding
      • Trying to escape
    • Decrease Threat Increase Trust
      • Avert direct eye contact
      • Facing sideways
      • Crouch – reduce size
      • Blinking, “Lovey-eyes”
      • Yawning (no teeth)
      • Finger extended to sniff
      • Offer treats
    • Positive Pet Parenting Basic Methods
      • “ Hand feed” not meal feed
      • “ Learn to Earn” to establish gentle control
      • “ Contented Confinement” Overview
        • Provides 100% Supervision
        • Sets pet up for success, teaches what TO do
        • Limits freedom to make mistakes
        • Allows dog to “hang out” with people
      • “ Gentling Exercises” at pet’s own pace
    • Canine “Contented Confinement”
      • Gentle Method Problem Prevention
      • Small room - dog proofed
      • Kennel training – over night
      • “Close Tethering” – hang out
      • Positive Chewing – on mat
      • Where’s the Toilet? - training
      • Mental & Physical Exercise
    • Contented Confinement
      • CATS
      • Bathroom or Small Room
      • Cat Climber and/or Post
      • Covered Kennel for Hiding
      • Litterbox
      • Safe Toys
      • GOAL = Lower stress and start good habits
    • “ Gentling” Exercises
      • Best if started with puppies and kittens and done daily with hand feeding
      • 1 : Decreases tendency for aggression esp. dominance or fear aggression
      • 2: Increases cooperativity throughout life by veterinarian, groomer, family
      • 3: Increases bonds with person as a gentle leader and controller.
      • 4: Increases “frustration tolerance.”
    • Common Pet Behavior Issues
      • Overview of Causes:
      • Aggression - Primarily lack of trust
      • Housesoiling - Lack of clear instructions
      • Destruction - Lack of alternatives
      • Separation Anxiety – Independence training
      • Aloof Pet – Genetics, lack of PHL methods
      • Compulsion – Stress displacement
    • Positive Pet Parenting ECourse
      • What’s Included:
      • Behavior Training = emotional response
      • Obedience Training = instruction response
      • Free 60 Day Login to the Animal Behavior Network Online “Self-Help” Library
      • Education supports success of pet, pet parent, shelter, veterinarian, trainer.
    • Positive Pet Parenting Saves Lives = PPPSL
      • Program Sponsors
      • Animal Behavior Network
        • Donates Free Login to the ABN Online Library
      • Banfield Charitable Trust
        • Grant Funding
      • PetsBest Pet Insurance
        • 10% Savings with Pet Adoption
        • $15 Donated to PPPSL per Policy
    • Questions?
      • Thank you!
      • LA County Shelters will be improving relationships between people and pets with a gift that lasts….EDUCATION
        • Rolan Tripp, DVM
        • Susan Tripp, MS/P
          • Contact Susan Tripp at 562-805-5189 Cell
          • [email_address]