Kindness in dog training
We talk with Jane about the importance of kindness in dog training, both kindness to dogs and kindness to people. We begin by talking about the most important ways to be kind to dogs. Jane specializes in working with clients whose dogs have separation anxiety, and we also talk about how to help people deal with this tricky issue without leaving their dog alone for any longer than they are okay with.
We also chat about Jane’s social justice work, and how that informs her dog training too.
And in the final section we talk about the books we are reading right now.
About Jane Wolff:
Jane Wolff is the co-owner of Good Wolff Dog Training in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She specializes in treating separation anxiety and is a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT). She also graduated with honours from the Academy for Dog Trainers (CTC) and is certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers as a CPDT-KA. She has been working with dogs professionally since 2014 and loves working with dogs and their people.
Fresh and Fearless: Basic Grooming Made Easy, the course by Jane available on Kristi's website.
Pet Pals Mutual Aid
Wonderdog: The Science of Dogs and Their Unique Friendship with Humans by Jules Howard is the Animal Book Club’s choice for November.
Pit Bull: The Battle over an American Icon by Bronwen Dickey.
Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel.
Invisible Boy: A Memoir of Self-Discovery by Harrison Mooney.