Luke Robinson of 2 dogs/2000 miles interviews Canine Connection owner, Cindy Ludwig about types of dog training
You can listen to the podcast here.
Canine Connection owner and certified professional trainer, Cindy Ludwig was interviewed today for a podcast tentatively scheduled to air on October 27 at 7 p.m. EST on the Finding Fuzzybutt Four website, a blog dedicated to helping Luke Robinson, the guy who walked across America for canine cancer with his two Great Pyrenees and dog lovers everywhere learn more about caring for and training their best friends. Today's interview, in which Luke and Cindy discussed different theories of dog training was about 20 minutes long.
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New blog post published on Finding Fuzzybutt Four - if you are confused about the different approaches to dog training you may find this post useful. Cindy Ludwig, owner of Canine Connection in Dubuque, Iowa walks you through the various training philosophies without a lot of technical lingo. Click here to read the post.
Canine Connection owner & Paws With A Cause Field Rep, Cindy Ludwig gives demo on service dogs at Northeast Iowa Community College in Peosta
Cindy and Opal were invited to attend a special event sponsored by Northeast Iowa Community College Department of Human Services and the Tri-state Independent Blind Society to answer questions about service dogs and provide a demonstration of service dog tasks. Opal is a certified demonstration dog with Paws with A Cause, trained by Cindy Ludwig who is a Field Representative for the organization. Paws With a Cause is headquartered in Wayland, Michigan and contracts with about 53 field representatives across the country to provide ongoing client support and training as well as presentations about service dogs, certification evaluations, needs assessments of service dog applicants, oversight and support of puppy raisers and puppy class instruction as needed. PAWS Field Representatives are experienced professional trainers who also have experience working with people. Paws With A Cause has been in business for over 30 years and trains hearing dogs as well as other assistance dogs such as seizure response dogs, dogs for children with autism and service dogs for people with other disabilities. To obtain information about the PAWS program visit the website or call 800-253-7297.
Struggling to figure out how to walk a less than cooperative puppy on a leash? Read Cindy Ludwig's blog post on the Finding Fuzzybutt Four blogspot!