Live Webinar

Live Webinar: Common Rescue Dog Behaviors

Join us as we chat with Madhvi Chona, a dog trainer, rescue advocate, and FKD alumni as we discuss some of the most common behaviors rescue dogs experience in the early days of their adoption, and tips and tricks to manage them, including behaviors such as:

  • 05:17 – Getting to the “root” of a behavior.
  • 06:59 – The importance of decompression
  • 13:35 – Trigger stacking
  • 19:29 – Nature vs nurture
  • 31:28 – General body language cues
  • 37:14 – Common behaviours
  • 1:02:00 – Do’s and don’t reminders
  • 1:06:04 – Training approaches
  • 1:08:44 – Q&As
  • Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2024
  • Time: 7:30 pm – 9 pm (EDT) | 4:30 pm – 6 pm (PDT)

This webinar is especially useful for new adopters, as well as those considering adoption (it really is not much different, and we’re here to help!)

  • Note: To register, first please sign up for the Free Korean Dogs community using your computer rather than your mobile. If you use your mobile, you have to download the Heartbeat App. After signing up, log in, and you can check the community events page, or click the ‘Register Here’ button below to complete the process. We have limited spots available. Registration is free and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.

About Madhvi Chona:

Madhvi Chona is a professional dog trainer with a strong passion to create joyful and respectful relationships between dog owners and their new addition(s). With a fundamental understanding of using positive reinforcement and behavior modification techniques, her goal is to help your dog make the correct choices through reward-based training.

Madhvi is a (dog) mom of three rescues named Ollie, Benji, and Mayzee who are the loves of her life. (Benji and Mayzee were adopted through FKD!)

After completing a 1-year hands on apprenticeship in Mississauga where she taught classes on basic commands, leash manners, socialization, resource guarding as well as, worked on social skills and behaviour modification training for puppies, adolescents, and adult dogs she is currently volunteering my services as a Dog Trainer at the Oakville and Milton Humane Society working with level 5 + dogs.

Madhvi has always had a strong connection with Rescue dogs and a desire to support them through positive training in hopes they find their forever home. She believes that dog training is about understanding the natural instincts of dogs, how they learn, and how to read their body language and energy. When you learn what motivates your dog, be it food, their favorite toy, or a game of tug, the reward is there to reinforce the desired behaviour. This is how dogs learn best and what makes dog training fun!

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