The magazine for force-free pet professionals

No results found.

Visit our pet owner publication!

New Content

Slipping and Sliding

Slipping and Sliding

By Diane Garrod It is no fun for a dog who is scared of walking on shiny floors. Slipping and sliding and being worried or afraid every step of the way can diminish confidence. Yet one can find countless videos on YouTube of people amused at their elderly dog having a hard time walking on a ...
BARKS Podcast with Louise Ginman of APDT Australia: October 3, 2020

BARKS Podcast with Louise Ginman of APDT Australia: October 3, 2020

Join Niki Tudge as she chats to Louise Ginman, president of The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) Australia, one of the co-hosting organizations for Geek Week, a virtual educational event ...
Phoenix Blog Competition: A Rough Start

Phoenix Blog Competition: A Rough Start

By Kim Jukes  Zeus had a rough start to his days at Fuzzy Friends Rescue in Waco, Texas two years ago. Early one morning, the staff came in to find that someone had thrown a young German ...

Latest Articles

Defining, Determining and Maintaining Best Practices within Our Force Free Organization.

Defining, Determining and Maintaining Best Practices within Our Force Free Organization. Written by Debra Milikan, Dip.ABST, Dip.DTBC, PABC.   The question of how one defines determines and maintains best practice is one that troubles individuals, organisations and professions alike.  In the ...

ICFF Day – Wow Look At The Prizes!

For some time now you have been hearing all about the Pet Professional Guild’s Virtual Event to celebrate force free training. What has not been so easy to find out about are the prizes!!! Well, look no further. For simply registering for the event you will automatically receive * A special ...