Welcome to PADS-Personal Assistance Dog Solutions
Adele Lindley is the proprietor of PADS and is a passionate and dedicated trainer with over 30 years’ experience in the animal industry. Her aim with PADS is to help you train your dogs with scientifically proven positive reinforcement training. This has been proven to be the most effective way to train any animal. This approach to training is also very widely used around the word in zoos, farming etc to train animals for animal husbandry requirements as well as for medical intervention and treatments.
Over the past 10 years there has been a major shift in dog training and the way we train our dogs, or in fact any animal. Training has changed dramatically as more scientifically proven research becomes available. Adele has spent many years researching and learning these new skills to be able to bring them to her clients. Adele has a wealth of experience not just in training but running a multi dog household, breeding, rearing and training her own dogs and pups and she is aware of the positive outcomes and the pitfalls of having dogs and can help you to manage your dog/s with a more positive approach.
Adele’s major passion and experience is working with other organisations within the assistance dog sector and also from time to time trains dog for her clients or helps them to train their own. Having her own disabilities she is well aware of the difficulties many disabled people have and will do her best to accommodate her clients and provide a program suitable for their dog’s needs.
Her pet dog training programs is all about manners, animal welfare, care, animal husbandry, enrichment programs, grooming and maintenance. Having a multi dog household Adele is very aware of how much is involved in the care, welfare and training of dogs.
Adele has been working in the animal assisted therapy and assistance dog sector for over 30 years and takes her job very seriously making sure that she can provide you with the best possible service to her clients.
Adele’s qualifications, training and membership are as follow;
Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services, Delta Institute Australia
Canine Good Citizen Award™, Accredited trainer, Delta Institute Australia
Medical Alert Dog Trainer, trained by internationally renowned sniffer dog trainer Debby Kay and her Super Sniffer Program™
Scent Detection Dog Trainer, trained by internationally renowned sniffer dog trainer Debby Kay and her Super Sniffer Program™
Certificate in Animal Behavior and Welfare through the University of Edinburgh, UK
Certificate in EDIVET: Do you have what it takes to be a Veterinarian? Through the University of Edinburgh, UK
Pets as Therapy Temperament Assessor, Area coordinator and Speaker formerly for Pets as Therapy, UK
Member of the Australian Association of Pet Dog Trainers and Area Representative for the Central West, NSW
A Member of the International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP) as an Australian Provider Member
Family Paws Parent Educator – Dogs and Storks and Dogs and Toddlers Connection Program
Doggone Safe – Be a Tree Presenter
Current Senior First Aid Certificate
APDT Annual Conference 2014
Multi Dog Households – Emily Larlham
Canine Emotional Detox (CED) – Dianne Garrod
Exploring the Possibilities of Targeting – Emily Larlham
Tellington Touch – Robyn Hood
What is going on Between the ABC’s – Emily Larlham
Children in Dog Training Classes – Elaine Kennedy
Solving Frustration – Emily Larlham
Discover the Fun and Benefits of K9 Nose Work ® – Marion Brand
Separating Triggers – Emily Larlham
Looking Deeper into THE CED – Dianne Garrod
Relaxation as Part of A Stress Release Program For Dogs – Diane Garrod
Anticipation: The Sweetest Smell Of All – Peta Clarke
K9 Nosework ® Demonstration – Marion Brand
Simplifying Behaviour Modification for the Client – Dianne Garrod
Multi-Dog Households Fighting – Diane Garrod
Awareness Through Movement – Robyn Hood
Activating and Unlocking a Dogs DNA – 10 Sports Every Dog Trainer Needs to Know About – David Graham
Solving the Puzzle – Diane Garrod
Family Paws Parent Education
Welcome to Family Paws Parent Educations, Dogs & Storks and Dog & Baby Connection Programs. Please read this link http://familypaws.com/our-programs/ for more information about these program.
My aims for the Family Paws Parent Education here in Australia is to reduce the amount of dogs ending up in rescues due to the lack of education offered to parents when expecting a baby or when a baby or toddler is already in the home and problems start to arise with their faithful dog.