April 10, 2017

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Heeler's Toolbox I DVD Trailer
 

The first DVD in this 3-part series (Beginner) exposes students to groundwork skills and behaviors fundamental to the heeling relationship as well as core concepts necessary for preparation to more advanced stages of the training program. Video and discussion will focus heavily on handler and canine skill building, individual team troubleshooting, and maintaining a relationship-centered training partnership.

 
 
 
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Question:
 

We have 4 dogs and 2 of them have become aggressive. They are attacking each other. Our vet suggested adding chamomile tea to their drinking water but that it would take a while to have an effect. I really need help!

 
Answer:
 

Instead of trying to sedate the dogs with tea, I’d recommend taking control of them and how they are allowed to behave in the house. I certainly don’t have any issue with certain supplementation but training & leadership are the keys to changing a dog’s behavior.


You need separate crates or kennels, and time to devote to training each dog EVERY DAY. This is not optional. Without training you won’t change anything.


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