Positive Reinforcement with Pet Writer, Amber Kingsley

Amber2
Amber Kingsley has donated countless hours to supporting her local shelter Karma Rescue within operations and outreach. She attends regular seminars, including Dr. Ian Dunbar, and 50 Shades of Bark in Burbank. She has spent most of her animal research in food-related subjects of health and training, and has tried numerous methods of training with local Southern California trainers.

Amber is a BFA graduate of a liberal arts university. She majored in art history and is now traveling as much as possible, working as a freelance writer. She has a Yorkie puppy named Charles (“Charlie”) Xavier.

Amber Kingsley Introduces Positive Reinforcement, a Dog Training Infographic

With the advent of the internet, social media and YouTube, we’ve all seen our fair share of cats playing the piano and dogs riding skateboards, but even those viral videos didn’t propel those animals to the status of being a household name. Dogs like Lassie and Rin Tin Tin had a notoriety matched by few other canines throughout history.

Successfully trained dogs can hold down a number of different careers, service animals, sheep herders, security and police dogs are all good examples. Even playful, family pets need discipline in order to be happy and healthy. The following infographic points out the best training tips for using positive reinforcement through rewards and praise.

Positive Reinforcement Dog Training

Positive Reinforcement Infographic Created by Amber Kingsley

Sources:

http://www.petwave.com/dogs/health.aspx
http://www.petwave.com/dogs/basics/exercise.aspx
http://www.akc.org/akc-dog-lovers/
http://www.petcarerx.com/article/common-dog-sleep-disorders/896
http://www.petsadviser.com/behaviors/how-long-dogs-sleep-average/

Advertisements
Posted in General, Inspirational
Program Overview
Easter Seals Alabama DOGS ON CALL  is a 501c3 non-profit organization that trains Therapy Dogs in Alabama.

Our Therapy Dog teams provide comfort to those living with disabilities, suffering trauma or stress, at-risk, or living in rehabilitation centers and hospitals, retirement, nursing and assisted living communities, and youth detention centers.

DOGS ON CALL is a program of Easter Seals Alabama and is a recognized Therapy Dog certifying organization of the American Kennel Club (AKC).

Learn more about DOGS ON CALL.
Donate Button

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 113 other followers