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Webinar: Go to Station! How utilizing stations can help your clients succeed

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Join Jamie Popper, KPA-CTP, CPDT-KA for this engaging session on utilizing stations in your training. Platforms or other station objects can be utilized to bring calmness to multi-dog households and to manage problem behaviors in the home. Topics covered will also include uses for platforms in cooperative care, and how to use stations for developing that “off-switch” so many households want for their pets.


Jamie Popper, KPA-CTP has been working as a professional within the pet training industry since 2011. She earned a degree in exceptional student education with a focus on behavior from the University of Central Florida. Through her work with students in the public school system she learned how to combine her passion for learning theory and curriculum development to working with humans and their dogs.

Jamie enjoys working on complex behaviors with her private students and specializes in advanced trick dog training, conditioning skills, and therapy and service dog training. She competes in multiple sports with her dogs including competitive obedience, disc, and rally. She enjoys testing her training methods in these rigorous competition sports.

She has a formal education in canine conditioning and strength training. She is a registered therapy dog evaluator and has collaborated with the Orlando Health therapy dog program on curriculum and program development.

Jamie believes there is always more to learn. She develops her skills through contact with her mentors and by attending multiple conferences and seminars throughout the year at which she also provides demonstrations and educational sessions. Jamie has a strong enthusiasm for teaching and presenting to the general public.

Note: This course has attendance prompts throughout the webinar in order to get CEUs.

Due to the nature of webinars they can not be refunded once purchased and expire 90 days after purchase date.