- Love of a lost dog inspires a woman to become a trainer.
- There’s no such thing as a bad dog.
- Training the right end of the leash.
- You can teach an old dog new tricks.
- Dog training is inadvertent life coaching.
- There’s a big difference between a response and a reaction.
Behaviors in dogs are external manifestations of internal underlying driving forces, but people often try to fix the wrong end of the leash. Kimberly Artley is a dog trainer, life coach, author, and the founder of Packfit, which helps owners and pups communicate and get to the root causes of so-called ‘bad behavior.’ She gives practical tips on changing human behavior to condition calm for a cool, collected dog.
Time-Stamped Show Notes
- [00:39] Introduction to Kimberly Artley, life coach, dog trainer, and author.
- [01:30] There’s no such thing as a bad dog.
- [05:00] Loving animals from a young age.
- [06:12] Lobo.
- [11:50] Losing Lobo, gaining inspiration.
- [14:14] Fixing the right end of the leash.
- [19:25] It’s never too late to train a dog.
- [21:21] Providing a better baseline for understanding.
- [27:23] My Dog, My Buddha.
- [28:13] Packfit.
- [33:14] Contact information for Artley.