April 4, 2016

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1.) THE PRINCIPLES OF DOG TRAINING 2 - ADVANCED OBEDIENCE CONCEPTS
 

The Principles of Dog Training II is a continuation of Michael Ellis first online course. The course picks up directly where the first course left off. In order to enroll in this course, you must have taken The Principles of Dog Training I, or Obedience Intensive through the Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers.


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2.) 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.


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Search over 3,200 previously asked dog training questions or ask your own on our ASK CINDY page.

 
Question:
 

If I punish or firmly correct my dog when he doesn’t come, what motivation is it to come once he has disobeyed it and knows there is a correction coming?


Answer:
 

There is no standard answer as no two dogs are the same. A verbal NO may be a correction to some dogs, and others may need a very strong physical correction. Most dogs fall somewhere in between.


You don’t correct the dog once he gets to you, he gets a correction for NOT responding to the command. If done properly, it should not affect the dog’s willingness to come. The key word here is properly, many people berate the dog and continue to scold when they finally do come.


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