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The Mechanics of Working a Dog in a Bite Suit with Mark Keating

Length: 2 Hours, 19 Minutes, 43 Seconds • Released 04-25-2013

Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the first of our 2-DVD series with Mark Keating on decoy work. The first DVD, "The Mechanics of Working a Dog in a Suit," is currently available for pre-ordering, and will be completed within the week. The second DVD will be available soon.

This series of training DVDs has two purposes:

The first is to teach decoys correct and safe training concepts in a bite suit.

The second, just as important purpose, is to teach dog handlers exactly what, why, and how a decoy should work a dog in a bite suit. We want to teach dog handlers exactly what decoys are doing with their dogs. We want dog handlers to recognize good training as well as inappropriate training. We want to give handlers the information they need to be able to discuss and communicate a training plan with their decoy.


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The Mechanics of Working a Dog in a Bite Suit with Mark Keating

Posted: 04-25-2013 • Length: 2 Hours, 19 Minutes, 43 Seconds
Categories: Dog Sports, Mark Keating, Police and Military K9, Protection Work, Working/Sport Dog Training
This is the first of our 2-DVD series with Mark Keating on decoy work. The first DVD, "The Mechanics of Working a Dog in a Suit," is currently available for pre-ordering, and will be completed within the week. The second DVD will be available soon.

This series of training DVDs has two purposes:

The first is to teach decoys correct and safe training concepts in a bite suit.

The second, just as important purpose, is to teach dog handlers exactly what, why, and how a decoy should work a dog in a bite suit. We want to teach dog handlers exactly what decoys are doing with their dogs. We want dog handlers to recognize good training as well as inappropriate training. We want to give handlers the information they need to be able to discuss and communicate a training plan with their decoy.

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ghostsword
5/5 stars

Superb video. I was a Military Dog Trainer in the 90's, and I am coming back to dog training at club level, this video hits the spot.

Well explained, plain English, good description of the methods, the kit, and the differences between them.

I truly recommend this DVD. One to watch time and time again.


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