Conversation with Marty McGee Bennett – Part 2



In part two of my conversation with Marty Mcgee Bennett, we continue exploring how Marty built her knowledge and experience and how she has been teaching camelid owners in clinics and through books and videos.

Marty is to be found on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Pintrest but you will find all of the information, links and the way to purchase resources on her website at camelidynamics.com You can also sign up for her newsletter and join the Camelidynamics Guild community.

As we talk about in this episode, there are online courses and a zoom consultation if you need it so Marty can be accessible even during the pandemic.

some key take aways

  • balance is the key to everything
  • The Camelid Companion book is a great place for new owners to start learning about Camelidynamics
  • a catch-pen is essential to be able to work in a small space where the animals feel safe
  • history plays a part but the most pointed indicator and influence is current conditions
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LINKS

Camelidynamics – Marty’ McGee Bennett’s website

“A kind, efficient, safe and science based approach to training and managing llamas and alpacas. Whether you have 2 llamas or 200 alpacas CAMELIDynamics will save you time and make living with your animals easier and more fun.”

Linda Tellington-Jones – Tellington TTouch®  Training

“Tellington TTouch® Training is a gentle, respectful method of training, that honors the body, mind and spirit of animals and their people and develops trust between humans and animals.

The Tellington Method deepens the relationship with your animals, improves behavior, enhances performance, supports health and well-being and fosters learning. Developed by internationally recognized animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon), this method is based on cooperation and respect for all animals and their people.”

Dr Susan Friedman – Behavior Works website

“Dr. Susan Friedman is a psychology professor at Utah State University who has pioneered the application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to captive and companion animals. ABA, with its roots in human learning, offers a scientifically sound teaching technology and ethical standard that can improve the lives of all learners.”

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