Bite Intervention Training For Everyone (B.I.T.E) - Streaming Video on Demand

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Judy Moore
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1 hour 17 Minutes
Canine Behavior Counseling LLC
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Bite Intervention Training for Everyone (B.I.T.E.) is the first online video course that focuses on positive training methods to reduce dog bites to humans. You will learn to identify each dogs sociability, and how this relates to bites. Each dogs low level warnings will be highlighted and respected. You will learn how to introduce a dog with low social skills to a friend, and how to build a dogs social confidence within groups of people. Judy will explain how social pressure can effect learning and why some dogs improve, while others cannot. 

Using easy to follow positive training techniques, that give the dog a choice, you can begin to increase any dogs social confidence around friends and family today! Judy’s one hour B.I.T.E video training course will help you prevent bites, reduce your dogs stress and improve your relationship with your dog.

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  • 5
    Bite Intervention Training for Everyone

    Posted by Taylor N. on 10th Jul 2019

    Extremely helpful and informative video. Judy does an excellent job explaining her technique. I personally love how she explains the dog's body language and how that drives her training. I will be recommending this video to all of my friends that have struggled with their dogs in the past.

  • 5

    Posted by Kristopher Klinges on 9th Jul 2019

    Terrific information delivered in a clear concise manner. Thoughtful presentation with fabulous examples. I highly recommend this video and have added it to our curriculum.

  • 5
    B.I.T.E Bite Intervention Training for Everyone

    Posted by Cody Gilliam on 3rd Jul 2019

    I really like how Judy gave each dog a “choice” in the training! She explained each dogs low level stress signals that would precede a bite. Each dog owner learned why removing them from some settings will help the dog recover after become stressed. 
    I felt the German Shepherd working with Mim was showing plenty of low level warning signals such as walking away, hesitation and avoidance. His arousal never increased such that he was unable to think and learn. Best of all, Judy was able to resolve conflict with him so that he was desensitized and not sensitized in this training. So many trainers “flood” a fearful dog which only inhibits the dogs behavior in that setting, it does not change how the dog feels about people.
    Judy is very skilled at connecting with dogs and figuring out their social tolerance, social confidence, environmental confidence, and more, to help the owner understand the dogs individual needs.

  • 5
    B.I.T.E Bite Intervention Training For Everyone

    Posted by Hannah Noonan on 2nd Jul 2019

    Excellent video! I learned a lot about to bite intervention. I learned positive training techniques, that allow my dog to have a choice, increasing his social confidence.

  • 3
    Bite Intervention training for everyone

    Posted by Dennis Fehling on 3rd Feb 2019

    Although i think the content well done some of the interactions with the dogs were in my opinion very dangerous to one of the trainers named Mim. The German shepherd should not have been in this environment and more than likely pushed further would have bitten. I have been successful in using treat and retreat for many years with hundreds of different dogs but there is a point when you have to make sure everyone is safe. I liked the premise of the video but the safety of the people left me pretty worried for their safety.