April 18, 2016

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OMNI K9 GEAR COVERED PRONG COLLARS
 

Omni K9 Gear covered prong collars are a great way to conceal your prong collar without interfering with mechanics and functionality. Woven with a spine and ribs to bend and stretch with the collar as it pinches and releases, your dog will not lose any level of correction making it as effective as if it were uncovered. This special weave also helps in the prevention of popping links. You will be able to train with confidence knowing that you can safely train and not be judged by using a correction collar so you and your companion can stay positive, focused and successful.


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Question:
 

Once we step in the ring and the leash comes off, my dog acts like she's never heeled in her life. She whines and won't pay attention in the ring, do you have any suggestions?


Answer:
 

This is a problem with engagement. Your dog should stay engaged with you in all environments and if she isn't staying with you in the ring that means you need to back up and work foundation engagement more thoroughly.


I think if you aren't afraid to go back to basics for a while and really work engagement, you can fix this. If you don't have engagement in ALL environments, then your dog is not ready to trial.


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