Taking a care approach to training by Andrew Hale
In this talk Andrew will look at what a care approach looks like when training dogs and supporting clients. Andrew will also look at a wider lens of safety, incorporating not just Physical safety but also emotional and social safety. With his usual philosophical and practical approach, Andrew will also share with us some case studies to show how a care approach really does support best outcomes.
About the speaker:
Andrew Hale BSc, ISCP.Dip.Canine.Prac is a Certified Canine Behaviourist with Association of INTODogs. He is the behaviour consultant for Pet Remedy and the British Isles Grooming Association. He is proud to be an expert advisor for Canine Arthritis Management, a Kids Around Dogs Trainer, and a Qualified Family Dog Mediator. He also works to support many dog welfare and rescue organisation. With a background in Human Psychology, Andrew is passionate about exploring the emotional experience that lies behind behaviour, both in dogs and the humans around them. Andrew has played a leading role in the UK Dog training and behaviour community, having been the chair of the Association of INTODogs, and the driving force behind the UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter. In 2020, Andrew started Dog Centred Care (https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogcc) which focusses on supporting a dog led, emotionally centred, approach to providing their best care and support.