CDAS Trainer Talks: Why Does Accreditation for Trainers Matter?

Watch and learn from three positive-only trainers and a vet why trainers should fully understand science-based training methods, dog welfare and behaviour; be committed to ethical training approaches; and meet international competency standards.

Chained Dog Awareness Singapore
Chained Dog Awareness Singapore

Chained Dog Awareness Singapore (CDAS) was established in 2015 as a volunteer-run organization. After seven years of volunteering, CDAS has registered itself as a non-profit organization led by its co-founder Ms Lee Bing and new board directors with legal, vet and entrepreneurial expertise. CDAS rescues dogs from lifetime tethering or confinement in cages. These dogs live in deplorable conditions, such as sleeping in filthy cages with unclean water for consumption, exposure to extreme weather and suffer from sporadic feeding. By the time CDAS rescues them, most of them are in a neglected state with behavioural issues that require rehabilitation and training.