Media Press Kit

Grisha Stewart, MA, CPDT-KA, KPACTP frequently does video, audio, and print interviews.

Favorite Topics: dog training, dog behavior, the canine-human bond, dog aggression, dog reactivity, walking dogs with safety and freedom, changing habits, applying dog training to human behavior, attachment theory for dog training, grief/mourning, mindfulness, songwriting, rock climbing (including a dog walking technique based on rock climbing that I call the leash belay), woman-owned business, travel, and related topics.

Media Contact:

Bio: Grisha’s biography 

Photos: Here’s a Dropbox folder of high resolution photos or click images on this page for higher resolution versions. Low-res versions of the Dropbox photos are here.

Books and Videos

  • Book – BAT 2.0 for Aggression, Frustration, and Fear [eBook] [Paperback] [Audio/Video] – Chosen “Best Book for Anyone With a Reactive Dog,”
  • Book – Official Ahimsa Dog Training Manual: A Force-Free Guide to Problem Solving and Training [eBook] [Paperback]
  • Amazon author page with reviews (but please link to Grisha’s site)
  • Feature-Length Videos
    • “Talk With Me! Simple Steps for 2-Way Understanding Between Dogs and People” [DVD] [streaming]
    • “Walk with Me! Safety, Fun, and Freedom with Leash Training for You and Your Dog” [DVD] [streaming]
    • “Problem Prevention in Puppies & Dogs: an Empowered Approach to Life with Dogs” [DVD] [streaming]
    • “Survival Skills: Coping with Dog Reactivity in Real Life” [DVD] [streaming]
    • “BAT 2.0 Set-Ups: How to Orchestrate Basic Set-Ups and Variations with Dogs” [DVD] [streaming]
    • “BAT for Geeks: A Technical Perspective on Behavior Adjustment Training 2.0” [DVD] [streaming]
    • BAT 2.0 Series – Box set of the above [DVD] [streaming]


Some of Grisha’s Media Appearances & Interviews

Social Media

About the Academy

The Grisha Stewart Academy of Dog Training & Behavior is a nurturing, innovative, global online educational community that inspires sustainable behavior change. We aim to help our students feel empowered, prepared, and curious for more, resulting in happy dogs, happy families, and a legacy of empathy and kindness in the dog training industry.

Grisha Stewart using her BAT leash Skills with Peanut
Photo by Carly Loyer. Click for high resolution.

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