May 12, 2016

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THE PRINCIPLES OF PRESSURE: 2 DAY WORKSHOP WITH TYLER MUTO
 

Leerburg is excited to host a 2-day workshop with our friend and online trainer, Tyler Muto. In this workshop, Tyler will emphasize the importance of softness and the value of creating a cooperative and mutually respectful relationship. Tyler will help trainers develop the skills necessary to train dogs effectively, gently and compassionately when the effects of reward based techniques are limited. The workshop will primarily focus on the use of body language, leash pressure, and the electronic collar, and will emphasize both the core principles that underlie all of these tools, along with the specific mechanics required for each.


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Question:
 

I would like to start a breeding and training kennel but wondered how I would go about that, since my house is not big enough for that. Can you give me some tips?


Answer:
 

Breeding isn't something I recommend undertaking without years of experience and research. If you don't have the place to live where you can set this up, then I would strongly recommend just getting one dog first and learning all you can about training and dog behavior.


Learn all you can about the breeds you are interested in, study bloodlines and pedigrees and visit lots of working dog events to see the dogs in action whenever you can. Go to seminars, etc. Don't be in a hurry to do any breeding, because it takes years to know enough to do the dogs justice.


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