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Carlos Míllara|

Dog trainer

Carlos Míllara Dog trainer

In my case we were looking for a dog trainer who could help us out to solve some of Pippa’s behaviour issue. Pippa is our adopted female mongrel (Beagle x Ibizan Hound mix). There was some specific kind of dog that made her jump in an aggressive way, plus we also wanted to work some fears that she used to have on the street. We met with some dog trainers who, without even seeing Pippa, were talking to us about the punishment pinch collar. So, I started to look for information and get into the dog training world, knowing its different branches and methodologies, and I decided to start my own training as a trainer with experts and schools whose methods were based on respecting the dog.

I did not know when I started my training that I would love this world so much. I got to know what is behind those hair balls: how they think, how they react, how they communicate, what emotions they feel, …and how all that can affect our way of interacting with them. I discovered that the behaviours and/or emotional problems could be worked, and that it could happen with all respect towards the dog. Other invasive methods that we all have seen on TV were way behind.

All this trapped me (in a good way): the dogs, the science behind their behaviour and to be able to teach ways to solve behaviour issues and/or negative emotions in a respectful and positive way.

With that seed planted in my brain I have been learning and making my training, my knowledge and my experience bigger. I consider the continuous training a key to succeed in our relationship with our dogs. Every day new tools, new procedures and new data about how dogs learn and behave are discovered. Why shouldn’t we use all that new information to optimize the training? Why shouldn’t we use it in order to optimize the life together for people and dogs?

Since that time, I enjoy with Pippa a lot of activities: Agility, Canicross, subtance detection using the smell, mantrailing, …


Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT), Malena DeMartini
Instructor in Canine Mental Activation® (Level 1), Jessica Ciminnisi, Korabilandia, organized by CANMIGOS
APDT Member (Association of Professional Dog Trainers)
APDT C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life And Social Skills) Program Instructor and Evaluator of the APDT
Professional Dog Trainer and Behaviour Modification Technician, EDUCAN
Life, Corporate and Executive Coaching Master, European Coaching Center
Chemical Engineering, University of Oviedo & University of Wisconsin-Madison –


  • Canine Mental Activation® neurology, Mercè Serrano
  • Agression cases: Safety and training, Michael Shikashio
  • Differential diagnosis in agression cases, David Nieto
  • Triple projection strategies: empowering your dog in conflict resolution, Gonzalo Trigo
  • Medical or behavioural cause? A walk through behavior medicine, Esther Alonso
  • Separation anxiety, Moira Hechenleitner
  • Frustration and impulse control problems, Mariona Monrós
  • Canine Mental Activation® basic neurology, Mercè Serrano
  • Dog communication, Dog’s Revolution
  • Animal Rights for Professionals and Associations, Aina Paredes
  • Agression towards dogs, Mariona Monrós, Natural Gos
  • Agression towards people, Mariona Monrós, Natural Gos
  • This is how his brain works: Canine neurology, Mercè Serrano, organized by CANMIGOS
  • Animal behaviour & welfare, University of Edinburgh and Scotland’s Rural College
  • MANCAT K-9 TEAM member, Mantrailing Catalunya
  • Dog emotion and cognition, Brian Hare, Dognition
  • Emotion management in behaviour problems, Fran Murillo & Gonzalo Trigo, el educadog
  • Substance detection, Pedro Salas
  • Science of canine communication, Juliane Kaminski, EDUCAN
  • Search and rescue dog training, Salvi Figueras & Ramón Pampín, ACATH Formació
  • Analysis and intervention in behaviour problems, Fran Murillo & Gonzalo Trigo, el educadog
  • Communicative intervention in behaviour problems, Fran Murillo & Gonzalo Trigo, el educadog
  • Stress and canine communication, Fran Murillo & Gonzalo Trigo, el educadog
  • Open enrollment group classes, Veronica Boutelle & Gina Phairas, DOGTEC
  • Building a successful puppy class program, Veronica Boutelle y Gina Phairas, DOGTEC
  • The power of playing 2.0, Albert Garriga
  • Learn how to design new dog training and education techniques, Carlos Alfonso López & Josep Call, EDUCAN
  • Smelling work: substance localization, Carlos Alfonso López, EDUCAN
  • Become a successful professional in canine education, Veronica Boutelle, DOGTEC
  • The social dog: behaviour and cognition, Juliane Kaminski, EDUCAN
  • Coaching to improve capacity, Coaching Operativo
  • Coaching to improve availability, Coaching Operativo
  • Trainers training, Corporate training in private company
  • Effective meetings, Corporate training in private company
  • Effective work teams, Corporate training in private company
  • Time management, Corporate training in private company
  • Situational leadership II, Corporate training in private company
  • Effective communication, Corporate training in private company
  • Situational leadership I, Corporate training in private company

Juanjo García Romo|

Dog trainer

Juanjo García Romo Dog trainer

When I decided to get interested in dogs in a professional way, some years ago, I had two main questions: am I the best life partner for Rock, my dog?, and is Rock a happy dog with me?

With these questions I started to get into the huge world of dog training and education. Along the way, I have discovered dogs are extraordinary creatures. They are curious animals by nature, sensitive to emotions, with a cognitive side potentially infinite, with an enormous environment adaptation capacity and an incredible communicative language, full of signs that let them sustain solid conversations with their species partners, as well as with others, such as, for example, with us humans.

All this information led me to think about the dog education from a holistic point of view, that is, global. In my opinion, educating a dog is not only about “teaching” him to sit, lay down or walk on our side (I write “teaching” because all these are behaviours that the dog already knows how to do by himself. We only set a name for them). Dog education is about bringing on a nice environment for the dog, where he can develop his complete potential on our side. Everything grounded in the creation of a stable and healthy bond between the dog and his guide that lets the first one to get all his natural tools for problem solving, and the second one a training on how to join his dog on this individual and collective maturation process.

In summary, a nice education, with no punitive or coercive methods, is the right way to make our dogs enjoy a full life and to be able to participate in this full life, by collaborating with our life partners.


Instructor in Canina Mental Activation® (Level 1), Jessica Ciminnisi, Korabilandia, organized by CANMIGOS
EDUCAN – Professional Dog Trainer and Behaviour Modification Technician


• This is how his brain works: Canine neurology, Mercè Serrano, organized by CANMIGOS
• Canine aggressiveness, Santi Vidal
• Walking together towards dog maturity and emotional equilibrium,
Jordi Herrera
• Puppies and young dogs education,
Daniel Turrión & Miriam Olmedillo
• Canine communication,
Daniel Turrión & Miriam Olmedillo
• Aggressive and fearful dogs rehabilitation,
Julio Olid
• Canine stress,
Daniel Turrión & Miriam Olmedillo
• Stress and bond: a transactional approach,
Luis Souto
• Stress in dogs,
Santi Vidal
• Dogs and children,
Santi Vidal
• Fears in dogs,
Daniel Turrión & Miriam Olmedillo
• Smelling and searching,
Daniel Turrión & Miriam Olmedillo
• Fear in dogs,
Santi Vidal
• Agility,
Daniel Turrión
• Companionship towards maturity and emotional equilibrium in dogs,
Jordi Herrera
• Geriatric dogs,
Associació Udols
• The dog’s geriatric stage,
Nicolás Planterose
• Simple and natural things to improve dog’s health,
Mercé Giménez
• Consequences of classifying a dog as PPP (Potentially Dangerous Dog),
Miquel Montanera
• Soul Doula: animal’s last moments companionship,
Olga Porqueras
• Chiropractic in dogs, life quality,
Susana Sancho
• Acupuncture, a help to improve the dog’s well-being,
Núria Santamaría
• Physiotherapy for dogs,
Montse Roca
• Bio decoding through the dog,
Daniel Turrión
• Canine stress introduction, as speaker,
Veu Animal

Gabriella Roca|

Dog trainer

Gabriella Roca Dog trainer

I graduated in Art History, but when searching for a job I understood I should follow my deep passion for dogs. At the beginning, it was just plain love, with no specific knowledge. After that, once I started studying how do they learn, how do they interact between them and with people, a new world was opened for me. And itis one full of stimuli and that always enriches my life. I have had the chance to study different ways to train with dogs. I have met dog training based in domi-nance with aversive methods, and I have learnt itis much better working with them in a positive way, rein-forcing the behaviours that we like, so they repeat them.

That is much better than punishing the ones wedo not like. I started working with dogs in movies in Rome. There I learnt techniques to achieve different skills. Then I decided to extend my training with dog-assisted therapy and in the world of the assistance dogs. Before knowing this part of the canine world, I had never thought that the same dog who we see as a couch potato could offer help to people with physical or psychological disabilities. This field got into my heart, so I always kept studying about training with assistance dogs, besides basic obedience and behaviour modifica-tion. Something itis always inmy mind and itis that you never stop learning from dogs.

There is always some-thing new to think about to establish a confident relationship with them. My goal with the families with dogs isto help them as much as possible to get the tools (not only material tools and not only based on obedience commands) to understand their dogs. I work on this so they learn how does learning and emotions work in their dogs, soan effective communication is built between them, always with love and respect.

When that happens, dog trainer and dog guide (his/her human) get extreme satisfaction, since the change can be seen in the dog’s eyes… their looks get transformed, and they seem to say: At last we understand each other!. This is, for me, a great job.


Instructor in Canine Mental Activation® (Level 1), Jessica Ciminnisi, Korabilandia, organized by CANMIGOS
Assistance dogs trainer, DISCAN Association (Barcelona)
Dog trainer (CSEN), INDIANA KAYOWA (Rome)
Art History, Trento University


  • Dog communication, Giuseppe Fatone
  • Aggression towards people, Mariona Monrós
  • Communicative intervention PAHS and Emotional management in behavior problems, Fran Murillo and Gonzalo Trigo, el educadog
  • This is how his brain works: Canine neurology, Mercè Serrano, organized by CANMIGOS
  • Behavior modification techniques, Mariona Monrós
  • Aggression towards people, Mariona Monrós
  • Dog emotions, chemistry and learning, Mercè Serrano
  • Dogs and children, Santi Vidal
  • Physiotherapy for dogs, Montse Roca
  • Canine mental stimmulation, Paolo Villani & Jessica Ciminnisi (A.I.E.C.C.S., Rome)
  • Dog therapy technician, A.I.E.C.C.S. (Rome)
  • Rally Obedience Technician, CSEN (Ostia Antica – Rome)
  • Homing signals & Errorless training, Nina Bondarenko (A.I.E.C.C.S., Rome)
  • Nose work, people search, LiveDog Cercatrova basic (SIUA-FICSS, Rome)
  • Dog training and education, INDIANA KAYOWA (Rome)
  • Positive reinforcement and its applications technical-professional specialist, A.I.E.C.C.S. (Rome)
  • Veterinarian Emergency, INDIANA KAYOWA (Rome)
  • Dog education and training, A.I.E.C.C.S. (Rome)

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