May 2, 2016

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DRIVE DEVELOPMENT FOR COMPETITION OBEDIENCE
 

Leerburg Online University is excited to announce our newest course, Drive Development for Competition Obedience, with our newest instructor, Tami Mcleod. That's what this course is going to teach you. Our course is designed for both emerging trainers and those who have may have already attained an OTCH or IPO title yet want to keep the fire in their dog's belly so he or she enjoys competition for years to come.


This course is available now as a Self-Study for only $65.00! Learn more and sign up now!

 
 
 
 
 
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How We Manage Dogs in Our Home - A Road Map to Success

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The Principles of Dog Training

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Question:
 

Can you tell me how long I should train my dog in obedience when I take him out for training and how to organize the sessions?


Answer:
 

I am actually training the retrieve to one of my own dogs right now, and I start by teaching him to hold the item first. Once he will hold it, then I ask him to walk with me holding it, then come front while holding it. Whenever he does as I ask, then he gets a YES (or click if you are using a clicker) and then gets some really great food like chicken or steak.


Once he will hold and come front with a variety of items (I use remote from the TV, can opener, pvc pipe, shoes, etc..) then start placing it on the ground and have him pick it up. Try starting close (like a foot away) and have him come straight to you with the item. I think the whole “throw, run, pick up, turn around and return” is an advanced skill that needs to be worked up to.


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