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Training on Leg Sleeves

Posted: 01-01-2008 • Length: 6 Minutes, 14 Seconds
Categories: Protection Work, Working/Sport Dog Training
People who want to train their dog as a personal protection dog, police service dog or one of the various ring sports need to train their dog on a body bite suite. This short training session demonstrates the foundation work that is done before a dog is put on a bite suite. The correct way to do this work starts with leg sleeves – not suite work. The reason for this is that the sleeve can be slipped and the dog rewarded for correct behavior. That's not possible with bite suite pants. This is also the work that is needed for dogs that have been trained on a bite sleeve and then moved onto a bite suite. Those dogs need to be started on leg sleeves and then moved to a suite. The best leg sleeves I have seen are the Seynaeve sleeves you saw in this video. The ladder closures on these sleeves are the most secure and the easiest to rip open when the time comes to reward the dog. We stock a variety of sizes and styles of these Seynaeve leg sleeves here at leerburg.

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I recognize pony tail. Is that Monk in the video? I have a 3+ year old Large male from Irene (Ruidoso). he's a nice guy. Been keeping him away from anything beyond bite pads due to nervous employees. Sold the business so not an issue. Michael said "this dog will bite" and I strongly advise you to take some 'Privates' from Lindsey (Sommer) so it isn't you that gets bit. That was almost 3 years and six (6) 1 or 2 week classes ago at Stony Point Road. Now, finally, I need some more advanced gear and I want what ME uses or advocates. My boy's name is Ruidoso Kraydel. I also have his 1/2 sister and she is a pistol. Your advice or guidance please. Jim Roberts (831) 676-5959 Prunedale, CA