Kay Laurence - Learning About Dogs

Living a Reward Centered Life : Reward Skills

July 01, 2020 Sue McGuire Season 3 Episode 1
Kay Laurence - Learning About Dogs
Living a Reward Centered Life : Reward Skills
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Kay Laurence - Learning About Dogs
Living a Reward Centered Life : Reward Skills
Jul 01, 2020 Season 3 Episode 1
Sue McGuire

"Having discovered this world of rewards and reinforcement I protectively wrap my dogs’ learning with an envelope of reward probabilities. This is where I begin," says Kay Laurence of Learning About Dogs.

And this is where we begin this season's journey.

We are dog trainers, who must make the conscious and scientifically appropriate decision, to lead a reward-centered life with our dogs.

Sue McGuire, producer of the podcast, a TAKL graduate, and Kay Laurence of Learning about Dogs are dedicating this season of "Learning About Dogs " podcasts to rewards.

That may seem like a narrow focus, but we assure you, it is not.

Reward Skills Course
The more we explore and blend the theory, biology and application it is clear that this is not a simple process, it is complex and very sophisticated. With active minds open to learning we can continue to understand more, apply in an educated format and improve the combination of learning and dogs that we know and love and call training.


Show Notes

"Having discovered this world of rewards and reinforcement I protectively wrap my dogs’ learning with an envelope of reward probabilities. This is where I begin," says Kay Laurence of Learning About Dogs.

And this is where we begin this season's journey.

We are dog trainers, who must make the conscious and scientifically appropriate decision, to lead a reward-centered life with our dogs.

Sue McGuire, producer of the podcast, a TAKL graduate, and Kay Laurence of Learning about Dogs are dedicating this season of "Learning About Dogs " podcasts to rewards.

That may seem like a narrow focus, but we assure you, it is not.

Reward Skills Course
The more we explore and blend the theory, biology and application it is clear that this is not a simple process, it is complex and very sophisticated. With active minds open to learning we can continue to understand more, apply in an educated format and improve the combination of learning and dogs that we know and love and call training.