Working with Youth and Dogs

In this webinar, our presenters will discuss the best practices on how to handle reactive dogs and how to employ positive training methods to get the results you want. They will also cover the important of safety in working with kids and their dogs. This webinar will also look at the use of crating, fenced in areas, and dogs being on and off the leash.

Lucinda B. Miller, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor with Ohio State University Extension. As an Extension Specialist, 4-H Youth Development, Miller is responsible for providing leadership to Ohio 4-H small animal and companion animal science programs, focusing on life skills, best practices, and career development. Miller also provides leadership to 4-H PetPALS, a volunteer leader-directed animal-assisted activities program linking youth and their pets with senior adults. Miller lives on an 86-acre farm in Central Ohio with her husband, 14 Quarter Horses, 4 Nigerian Dwarf Goats, 2 pet rabbits, 7 chickens, 4 cats, and 6 dogs. She is an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator, does animal-assisted activities visits with her dogs, rabbits, and chickens, shows Salmon Faverolle chickens, and enjoys bicycling.

Created by Jared Mracek

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