Shannon is a Certified Professional Trainer specializing in Service Dog training.
Shannon is Certified through the Karen Pryor Academy of Animal Training, graduating with distinction.
Since the completion of the Academy Shannon stays current with her training and breeding education through workshops, seminars, expos, online courses and fellow trainers.
Muskoseepi Service Dogs is a Service Dog Organization that offers:
Fully Trained Service Dogs and Coaching for Owner Trained
Shannon is a Professional Dog Trainer through the prestigious Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior. Shannon graduated the Academy with distinction.
Smart Reinforcement instructor Ken Ramirez.
Click to Calm instructor Emma Parsons.
Concept Training instructor Ken Ramirez.
Concept Training, Modifier Cues, instructor Ken Ramirez.
Puppy Start Right for Instructors, instructor Debbie Martin.
Puppy Start Right for Instructors Onlne Pre School ,Instructor Debbie Martin
Shannon is committed to staying up to date and current with scientifically based training.
Shannon is currently enrolled in, The Center for the Study of Medical Assistance Canines. CMAC offers a variety of teaching and coaching services. Jennifer Cattet Ph.D.
AuthorJennifer Cattet Ph.D.
IAABC members believe in the study and science of behavior consulting. We understand that animal behavior consultants can assist owners in managing and modifying problem behaviors, and in the process help strengthen the relationships between an owner and pet. IAABC members work to minimize the use of aversive stimuli and maximize the effective use of reinforcers to modify animal behavior.
Members agree to adhere to the LIMA (least intrusive, minimally aversive) and the IAABC Code of Ethics principle upon joining. Within that framework, the IAABC welcomes diversity and openness. Positive regard, and respect for differences are among our core value, always striving toward solid, effective, positive reinforcement-based work.
The links below will lead you to some educational information regarding training, choosing a trainer, socialization and the position statement on dominance from the AVSAB, American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior.