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Creating Great Grooming Dogs

Creating Great Grooming Dogs

This is the podcast where dog grooming and dog training meet! Learn how to teach dogs to be great for grooming and other types of handling for health and comfort. Perfect for groomers, trainers, owners, and other pet professionals.

Recent Episodes

Ep 177 The Sticking Point

Nov. 30, 2022

This week we'll talk about where you may be getting stuck. You're trying to help the dog be Calm, Comfortable, and Cooperative(the 3C's) but it doesn't seem to be wrking the way that you hoped. You could be making a very com…

Ep176 The Stern "No"

Oct. 25, 2022

A little word like "No" can bring up such strong feelings. This week I want us to step away from our feelings and have an objective conversation about what it means to use a stern "No".   Find the podcast on your favorite ho…

175 Is Patience Enough?

Oct. 18, 2022

Episode 175 Is Patience Enough?   Are you really patient with the dogs? Gentle, loving, and patient and still aren't seeing results? There are a couple of mistakes that you could be making. Find out more this week! An Exampl…

Ep174 Using Distractions

Oct. 4, 2022

Will using distractions make grooming easier or make grooming harder? What kinds of distractions could we use? Find out this week.   Find the podcast on your favorite host or check it out on the web site www.CreatingGreatGro…

Ep173 Start Button Behaviors

Sept. 27, 2022

What are start button behaviors? Are they helpful for grooming? Are they difficult for groomers to use? Find out this week. Find the podcast on your favorite host or check it out on the web site CreatingGreatGroomingDogs.com…

Ep172 Memory And Repetition

Sept. 23, 2022

Episode 172 Memory And Repetition This week we're talking about memory. How we form memory from short term memory to long term memory and how repetition plays a part in that.    Find the podcast on your favorite host or chec…

Recent Blog Posts

An Example Of A Safety Policy

To provide the highest level of care for your pet we have a safety policy. If at any time your pet gets nervous, anxious, scared, aggressive, or even ove…