December 12, 2016

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EPISODE 4
 
5 Steps to the Collar Grab with Mark Keating
 

Leerburg TV is back with Mark Keating at Red Star Kennels to teach you 5 simple steps of how to train a collar grab on your dog. This training technique is helpful for those who have dogs that don't like their collars grabbed. Mark takes simple steps used in an "Accept Restraint" technique used in his Leerburg Online University course, Relationship Games, that teaches the dog to accept the behavior.

 
 
 
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CINDY ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS
 

Search over 3,200 previously asked dog training questions or ask your own on our ASK CINDY page.

 
Question:
 

After reading the latest article about isolation and walking the dog without distraction, I wanted to give a recommendation.


I take my 4-yr old GSD for a one to two mile walk each night through an industrial park near my house (too many stupid owners whose dogs “just want to say hi” in my neighborhood).


Answer:
 

I also have been known to load my dogs up and drive somewhere dog free in order to avoid the dumb owners who won’t control their dogs. When I visit my parents I load my dogs up and drive about 5 miles out of town to a big park that is almost always deserted. Their neighborhood is packed with houses and random loose dogs, it’s just not worth it for me to walk my dogs there. I’d rather drive a bit and have a relaxing walk.


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