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In previous episodes I spoke with two young people who have participated in dog performance events and who are active in programs that help facilitate animal related activities. Today’s guest is a judge and dog trainer who is energetic and I am impressed with her ability to inspire others to work positively with their dogs. She is a teacher for young adults and has several exciting programs that we’ll be discussing during this episode. I’d like to welcome my guest Charlotte Mielziner.
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Allison is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked in the field of mental health for over 27 years. She has been involved in programs that value the human-animal connection including therapy dog work, obedience, agility, conformation, herding and field work. When her dogs encountered sports-related injuries, she was introduced to the field of canine rehabilitation and sport’s medicine. Her passion has been to recognize this human-animal bond and what we can learn from animals, which improves our own quality of life by allowing us to experience their unconditional love, devotion and intelligence.
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In over 28 years of training, writing about, judging and competing in canine sports, Charlotte Mielziner is proud to be the Dog Project Coordinator for 4H Clubs in St. Charles County for over twenty years, teaching young handlers agility, obedience, showmanship, tricks, drill team and rally. An avid writer, she wrote “Good Dogs Bite Too,” a dog bite prevention manual for Visiting Nurses. Her Dogs with Jobs series and The Cheeseball Recall: Training Games for Kids and Dogs are currently in development. She is an Obedience and Rally judge for the American Kennel Club (AKC) and Australian Shepherd Club of America. Other accomplishments include: • BA in Behavioral Sciences and a certification in Canine Behavior from Purdue University • Originator the Canine Olympics, now Canine Games, an annual event at Purina Farms in which dog owners can try different canine sports at a beginning level • Researched and wrote the Safety Sam Dog Bite Prevention Program for elementary schools • Multiple High Scoring Dog of the Day and High Combined Awards in Obedience • Qualified for National Championships in Obedience and Rally Charlotte lives in St. Charles county, Missouri and considers herself lucky to get to take her dogs to work with her.