DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR

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Today, the profession of canine educator is on the rise.
There are a multitude of training courses springing up like mushrooms with a large number of different methods for educating our canine friends.

So how do you choose the one in whom you will leave your trust to educate your faithful companion?

We give you in this article some advice so as not to fall on a scammer.

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DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR
DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR

HE DOES NOT TALK ABOUT HIS TRAINING IN CANINE EDUCATION

If there is one point on which we want to fight, it is the lack of recognition vis-à-vis training to be a canine educator.

Many professionals believe that only experience counts. And of course it is important. But one of the important elements when working with living things is continuous training.

The dog is an individual about whom we never stop learning, so it is more than necessary to keep up to date in order to have the best possible and up-to-date knowledge.

The problem is to see that the activity develops too quickly with people who don’t really know it, at the risk of distorting our profession.

HE JUDGES YOU AND TAKES ITSELF FOR THE BEST

When you become a dog trainer, you will not only work with the dog, but mainly with his human. We find ourselves faced with helpless people who need our help, to be listened to and advised.
And no matter what mistakes were made before we came, we don’t have to say what they did is rubbish. Because getting to make his customers cry by telling them that they destroyed their dogs so that the show would sell, I don’t understand the point.

Empathy and non-judgment are qualities to have as a good dog trainer.

Being a good dog professional is also synonymous with questioning.
As said above, we work with living things and it’s a constantly evolving environment. We cannot know everything at once and on all subjects.
Let’s take an example: If you go to a restaurant and there are dishes from different horizons on offer: Chinese, Indian, fast food, gourmet, etc… Aren’t we going to ask ourselves the question of the quality of the different dishes given the diversity ?
Whereas if we choose to go to a restaurant specializing in a type of cuisine, we will (normally) be satisfied with our dishes.

Education works on the same principle. If your educator claims to be able to solve all the problems of the earth, run away, because the quality of the work may not be up to par.

DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR
DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR

HE CRUSHES OTHER CANINE EDUCATORS BY MAKING THEM LIKE INCOMPETENTS

From when are we legitimate to exercise?

Do you have to be at least 40 years old?

Should we educate or re-educate 100 dogs?

Do you have to have practiced for at least 10 years?

Is it mandatory to have a super re-educator dog?

Do you have to have 800,000 subscribers on social networks?

In my eyes, a legitimate professional is a person who will be able to adapt to almost all of his clientele, who will be able to respect his client AND his colleagues without breaking sugar on their backs for free without knowing them (even if our methods are different ), who will agree to take advice elsewhere if the situation gets stuck and which continues to form.

We see a lot of “professionals” playing tough in front of the camera, crushing the work of others without even knowing them. Except that this way of working in Hollywood has no place in the canine world.

When one becomes a professional in education, it must be respectful of others, even if we do not agree with the work of the neighbor.

IT DOES NOT FIT THE DOG AND WILL FIX YOURS IN 4 DAYS TOP TIME

Whether facing Riri the Yorkshire or facing Rex the Rottweiler, he will use the same protocol without thinking.

Whether a dog pulls on a leash, barks at fellow dogs, growls at guests or doesn’t listen to reminders, he will do the same thing ALL THE TIME. And guaranteed definitive education in a few days.
And yet, these are indeed different issues specific to each individual.

If it were so simple to have a universal method for all dogs, we wouldn’t need to do this work. And the education of a dog lasts a lifetime because we live with a…living being.
In addition, this educator has this gift in him that makes him unique and to whom you will have to turn. And if he ever makes a mistake, it will never be his fault (remember the questioning at the beginning of the article?).

DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR
DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE BY CHOOSING YOUR CANINE EDUCATOR

HE HAS A REGULATOR/EDUCATOR/THERAPEUTIC DOG

Ah, this famous perfectly coded magic dog who knows how to make himself understood by all the other canines on the planet. This dog was born for it and he takes his job seriously.

Except that whatever dog is facing him, he will turn it over in two or three movements and the “problem” will be solved. Surface…
And yes, Titou growled because he was uncomfortable with this miracle dog coming at him like a bomb and he was turned around like a pancake.
Two solutions in front of him: Respond louder and get crushed again. Or close it and the educator will praise the merits of his unique therapist dog in France.

Dog trainers are numerous, and I understand that it is difficult to make a choice in the face of all these methods. But don’t be fooled by a few well-shot videos and hundreds of likes on the networks.

Choose the person with whom the feeling will pass and who will not rip you off.



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