Diane Garrod is a PCT-A (professional canine trainer – accredited), with a degree in Communication and Journalism from University of Wisconsin.
Garrod is a Founding Member of the Pet Professionals Guild: the association of force free pet professionals (PPG). She is Owner of Canine Transformations Learning, Langley, Washington (celebrating 12 years, January 2019), awarded 2016 and 2017 Best Business category Dog Trainer by Langley, WA Awards Committee.
Garrod has skills certifications in resource guarding, animal behavior, theriogenology, writing for the sciences, fear in dogs and cognition and emotion.
Access to Service is a non-profit serving those who love service dogs, those who train them and those who have them. We are currently applying for our 501(c)3.
Access to Service is an educational organization dedicated to bringing the world of service to others.We can show you how to acquire and partner with an assistance dog; learn about disability and public access laws, sources of financial aid, assistance dog organizations in your area, canine care, and more.
Topic: Stress Matters! The Canine Emotional Detox: first systematic stress release protocol Sequence of Learning:
Morning – What is CED – understanding stress and how it applies to dogs
Afternoon – How to use it – where to start, basics of process Stress in dogs is a reality trainers face working with highly challenging dogs. Challenging dogs are defined as those who are distressed, or chronically/acutely stressed. These are the dog reactive dogs and the dog human reactive dogs, as well as the environmentally sensitive dogs, the multi-dog household fighting, fear aggressive dogs and more.
The stress release protocol provides a deeper understanding of distress and how it affects learning and behavior. Stress release is a key piece to assist challenging dogs in adjusting to a behavior modification protocol and/or a skills applications process.
Access To Service Corp welcomes your inquiries
Access To Service Corp
2760 N Haskell Dr
Tucson, AZ 85716