April 17, 2017

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Engagement Skills with Forrest Micke
 

If you are a trainer who wants to develop a relationship with your dog and where the dog looks forward to your training sessions, then you need to become a student of engagement. In this DVD, Forrest Micke will teach anyone how to get engagement with their dog. You will learn how to keep your dog engaged during training sessions and how to put engagement on cue.


Learning to put engagement on cue should be the foundation to every dog training program. That’s why we here at Leerburg will spend a long long time working on engagement exercises in different places under varying levels of distraction before we move on to more advanced behaviors.

 
 
 
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Question:
 

I am on the engagement stage of my dog. How should I handle my GSD with friends and other dogs?

 
Answer:
 

I don’t let my puppies play with my other dogs until they will RELIABLY come when they are called with one command every time I call them while highly distracted. This is almost never until over 6-8 months old with my pups, but can be much later.


You have to decide how much you want your pup to interact with people and dogs, I choose to limit the contact depending on the puppy and the level of confidence, focus and interest the pup has in others.


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