BAT Questions, Answered!

BAT Chats are a series of recorded Q&A sessions in which participants shared video of training set-ups and real life. I went over each video with a fine-tooth comb, pointing out what's done well and what can be improved to set the dog up for success.

14 recorded sessions, about 30 minutes each.

  • Questions were mostly from professional trainers, some from family dog caregivers.

  • Detailed help, from "Slow Stops" to setting up the environment.

  • These were live video sessions, available now as recordings.

  • 7.5 CPDT CEUs. We are an approved education provider for the CCPDT.

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What's Included in the BAT Chats?

In the first 6, questions were submitted by text with videos. After that we did them in live video calls.

  • 1

    Getting Started

    • Viewing the Recordings

  • 2

    Videos (Recorded BAT Chats)

    • BAT Chat 14 (33 minutes) April 2021

    • BAT Chat 13 (37 minutes) March 2021

    • BAT Chat 12 (30 minutes) February 2021

    • BAT Chat 11 (45 minutes) January 2021

    • BAT Chat 10 (30 minutes) December 2020

    • BAT Chat 9 (30 minutes) October 2020

    • BAT Chat 8 (30 minutes) September 2020

    • BAT Chat 7 (30 minutes) August 2020

    • BAT Chat 6 (30 minutes)

    • BAT Chat 5 (30 minutes)

    • BAT Chat 4 (30 minutes)

    • BAT Chat 3 (30 minutes)

    • BAT Chat 2 (30 minutes)

    • BAT Chat 1 (30 minutes)

  • 3

    What's Next?

    • What's Next?

5 star rating

Great BAT Chats and training nuggets

Ann Allums

These chats were informative for BAT beginners and those more advanced.

These chats were informative for BAT beginners and those more advanced.

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About the Instructor

Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Author

Grisha Stewart MA, CPDT-KA, KPACTP

I'm a dog trainer, author, and international speaker based in Oregon, USA. I enjoy developing creative, empowering approaches to dog socialization and everyday manners. My most recent development is the leash belay technique, which leverages physics to allow handlers to comfortably bring pulling dogs to a gentle stop.

I'm an animal behavior geek, passionate about wholehearted living for all beings, including humans and dogs with a history of aggression, frustration, or fear. My Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT 2.0) technique is now used worldwide to help dogs gain confidence and social skills. A conservative calculation is that well over 100,000 people have learned about BAT so far.

I have always loved teaching. I earned a Master's in mathematics and taught college courses, but I found my true calling in dog training. I have been teaching dog training and behavior since 2003, started traveling worldwide to teach dog trainers in 2010, and started an online dog training school in 2014. My partner and I currently live with Garbanzo (aka "Adventure Kitty" and "Baby Panther") and Zuki (the sweetheart of a dog pictured here).

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