VIDEO CALL SESSIONS
Video call can be a great format for many types of dog training, including behavioral rehabilitation. We will help you reach your goals through high quality and personalized instruction delivered to your device with internet access and a camera and microphone. PHD cares about your security and privacy. Our video call sessions are conducted via professional telehealth technology that is HIPAA compliant.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your PHD instructor will conduct a thorough assessment and help you identify training goals. He will teach you dog training theory, skills and techniques, as well as behavioral modification interventions chosen specifically for your dog. The instructor will coach you as you try out what you have learned. Between sessions, you will complete homework assignments using the PHD Learning Portal , which has written and video resources that will review what you have learned and guide you in practice.
PREPARE FOR YOUR SCHEDULED SESSION (OPTIONAL)
Send PHD an email with three lists: a) the behaviors in your dog that are problematic or could otherwise improve; b) your goals for training; c) the things your dog does well (his or her strengths).
Send PHD video of: a) and c) above. You can record your video with your cell phone, for example, and send it by email or text message. If possible, limit the length of each video to 5 min. or less. Please don't send more than 20 minutes of video per scheduled session.
ATTEND YOUR SCHEDULED SESSION
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Click here to start your video call. Alternatively, copy and paste the following link into a supported web browser: