Presented by Alexis Davison
Whether you serve clients in a busy urban or suburban environment where dogs enjoy chasing skateboards, bicycles and car tyres, or a rural setting where chase targets include chickens, horses and sheep, dogs can get themselves in a lot of trouble giving in to the natural impulse to go after things that move. This practical presentation will be augmented with videos demonstrating Un-Chase! techniques.
- Develop specific strategies & training techniques to address chase behaviors
- Apply knowledge to your own clientele
About The Presenter
Alexis is a nationally accredited Dog Behavioural Trainer with a Certificate IV in Dog Behavioural Training, a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA CTP), and an internationally Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA) through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Alexis is honored to be a Karen Pryor Academy faculty member, charged with teaching the KPA Dog Trainer Professional Program in Australia & New Zealand.
Alexis established her training business, Scholars in Collars, in 2002 and conducts a variety of group classes in the Adelaide Hills as well as conducting private training with her team of qualified trainers.
Alexis began developing Un-Chase! in 2012 to help clients and students seeking solutions to their dogs’ chasing behaviours. Her semi-rural location which includes many horse properties and hobby farms, along with a high number of working breeds and terriers were key factors in the development of Un-Chase!