March 25, 2016

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OBEDIENCE FOUNDATIONS WITH TYLER MUTO
 

Leerburg is pleased to announce a new online course: Obedience Foundations with Instructor Tyler Muto. This course is designed to allow a dog and handler to develop all the skills they need to have a solid foundation of obedience and to prepare them for off-leash work or resolving problem behaviors. The course covers in detail the five basic commands that all dogs should know: come, sit, down, heel, and place (go to your dog bed). Giving simple, easy to follow exercises for the general pet owner, as well as in depth theory and advanced concepts for the enthusiast or professional.


Tyler starts with a reward based foundation, then progresses through leash pressure conditioning and proofing techniques for each of the commands. Sign up for Obedience Foundations with Tyler Muto and gain all the skills you need for lasting success!

This Interactive class starts on April 11 for $599. LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW!

 
 
 
 
 
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Question:
 

My puppy growls at me when I put my hand in his food bowl while he's eating. Should I interrupt his meal and give the food back when he stops growling?


Answer:
 

I don't bug my dogs when they are eating. I think it causes more problems in the relationship. I would either feed him the wet food by hand (even though it's messy) or I would feed him and leave him alone. I like to develop a relationship based on trust and by harassing dogs when they are eating you are giving him reason to be uneasy.


As your training relationship progresses you could practice calling him away from his bowl to give him something even MORE valuable. I choose my battles, I like to set myself and my puppy up for success.


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