January 9, 2017

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Searching for the Jumps With Ann Braue
 

A portion of Ann Braue's DVD and online course, Developing A Problem-Solving Puppy, is comprised of a series of stations or simple games you can play with your puppy.


During the filming of the DVD, a question came up in regards to where some of this was going. In this short video, Ann will explain how one of these stations will eventually help you teach your dog to search for and go through agility jump uprights.


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Question:
 

Is the dominant dog collar an appropriate tool for corrections while training heeling?

 
Answer:
 

If your dog is getting aggressive with you for a prong collar correction, a couple of things may be going on. He may be getting over stimulated by the prong collar, you may be unfairly correcting him when he doesn’t really understand what the correction for, he is too distracted, OR you may be overcorrecting him.


Many dogs appear to be stubborn or disobedient when in fact they simply don’t understand what we expect. Is your dog engaged with you during training? If you are using corrections to “get the dogs attention” then I think you need to back up and work on engagement


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