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Fireworks Phobia Survival Guide for Dogs

Fireworks Phobia Survival Guide for Dogs

Short, video clips & downloadable PDFs will help you:

  • Understand your dog’s phobia & anxiety
  • Reduce your dog’s sensitivity to fireworks
  • Make & Provide successful distractions from fireworks
  • Create a plan to minimize stress on the 4th of July and other holidays
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Introduction to Behavior for Horse Owners

Introduction to Behavior for Horse Owners

In this video course, you will learn the most important aspects of behavior and training for your horse.

  • Understanding what behavior is
  • Differentiating between behavior and constructs
  • Discerning the reasons horses behave as they do
  • Using classical vs operant conditioning
  • Getting the behaviors you want
  • Stopping the behaviors you don’t want
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Feature Films

Jody Ambrose & Megan Phillips of Train with Trust® are featured in Don’t Shoot the Zebra Pony, Equitopia’s award-winning documentary about the rescue and rehab of  Ziggy, a 20 year old feral zebra-pony hybrid. Originally bred as an exotic pet with no a plan for her future care, Ziggy’s story raises many important issues surrounding novelty breeding, horse rescue, and standard equine management practices.

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How well does a horse learn when it is experiencing fear? What happens inside a horse’s mind during training, and what are the outward physical signs that a horse is able to take in new information? In this short film, Jody Ambrose of Train with Trust® is featured, along with legendary horse trainer John Lyons and Dr. John Madigan, Director of the Comparative Neurology Research Group at UC Davis.

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Free Educational Videos

Teaching kitten to enjoy restraint for oral medication

Cats can be taught to enjoy the process of being restrained for oral medication. Train with Trust’s foster kittens all learn to take yummy treats from a syringe to form positive associations with handling and equipment.

Teach Your Cat to Love the Carrier

Proactive training is best, of course, but even cats who have learned to hate being in the carrier can be taught to feel comfortable being confined, carried and transported.
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