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Linda's The Heeler's Toolbox Course Overview

Student Review of The Heelers Toolbox I

The Heeler's Toolbox is a three part series taught by Forrest Micke. These courses will progress from the basic foundation skills taught in part one all the way to advanced competitive obedience skills in part 3. Forrest Micke has developed a very detailed step by step path toward a successful heeling relationship with your dog. This video review, created by one of the first students to take the course, is great testimonial to the quality of work as well as the level of instruction and energy that Forrest Micke brings to the training.

Linda was one of the first students to take the Heeler's Tool Box basic course. At the end of the course she took it upon herself to create a short video reviewing the course. We have received nothing but positive feedback on this course and this video is only one example of the type of feedback we have received from the students.


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Leerburg Online University Student Comment

Leerburg's Online Basic Dog Obedience Course

Thank you for all of the work you put into this course. I wish I would've known all of this information before we adopted our dog (2 years ago). I've caught "the bug" and am going to continue to learn all that I can. I've purchased your DVD on dogs with horses and look forward to purchasing many many more.

I really enjoyed how you built the course up by starting with the foundation and building a pack and then worked on. You also kept it basic - which should be understood before trying advanced work.

The only thing I would've like to have seen was more discussion among individuals at the end of each week. It's always interesting to hear what others have to say and what problems they are facing. You may find out you have a problem that you weren't even aware about yet.

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Leerburg Q&A
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Question: How much will it cost to train my puppy?

I have a Belgian malw puppy that I want to train in perction work what will it cost me to do this

Cindy's Response:

There’s really no way I can know how much it will cost, there are way too many variables in raising a puppy for protection. 

I’d suggest spending his puppy hood on creating a foundation of skills that he will need later for more advanced protection work. 
The Foundation of Puppy Bitework
Teaching Protection Skills without a Decoy

You may also want to do some reading on our website, here’s a link to our article section.

Cindy Rhodes

Thanks:

Then your not really a dog trainer bc if you was you would have fixed rates and from what u are telling me you have no clue on how much it would cost and its your business so ......thanks for you so called effort

For more questions on this topic, see our Q&A on Protection Training.

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Customer Comments
On Leerburg's Bottle Feeding Puppies Article
 
  Thank you for your puppy formula. In 30 years of raising dogs I am experiencing my first orphan litter. Last week on Mon, Momma died on the table and vet was able to save pups. Sent me home with commercial formula - honestly I had used it as a supplement before but never for the entire nutrition source. within a day or two first one pup then the other started to fade. I struggled to keep them going an felt I was on the verge of losing one of them. A fellow breeder rec'd your formula and I got the ingred and made up a batch. Almost immed started to see positive results - pups are being tube fed since no matter what size nipple I put them on I was getting formula out of their noses but this was the first time they were sucking the tubes down on their own so eager for the formula's taste. By Mon this week everyone was turning around it's now Wed & all three girls showed a gain of 53-54 grams (like you, I always weigh several times a day in grams). Thank you for help with my frenchie.
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