June 23, 2016

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NADD TRIALS - DOCK DIVING COMPETITION
 

This weekend (June 25 and 26), Leerburg and The Dog Tank will be hosting an NADD Dock Diving Trial. This is our first dock diving trial to take place here, and we are hosting 2 more this August and September. We are hosting a Qualifying Event on August 27 and 28. CLICK HERE for more information about NADD Trials.


Come jump your dog for a fun competition! The Dog Tank is also open on weekends (Saturdays 10:00AM-6:00PM and Sundays 8:00AM-4:00PM). You can sign up for a time slot HERE.

 
 
 
 
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LEERBURG'S WEEKLY DEAL
 
 
 
6ft Leather Leashes
 

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Good through Tuesday, June 28, 11:59PM CDT

 
 
 
 
 
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The Power of Training Your Dog with Food DVD
 

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Question:
 

Our dog is a 3 year old Malinois and extremely friendly to people and gets very excited when he sees other dogs. How do you train a dog to ignore others?


Answer:
 

The best way to deal with this is to give the dog a job he must do on command. It can be something like “look”, where you teach him to stare at your eyes. If he is looking at your eyes, then he can’t be looking at people or dogs.


You may eventually want to go to a remote collar. This will give you a clear way to interrupt the dog’s behavior in the future when he makes a mistake or needs to have his attention refocused on you. I like the electric collar because I don’t have to make any physical movements like I would if I was giving a regular leash correction.


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