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Drive Development for Competition Obedience with Tami McLeod

Length: 3 Hours, 4 Minutes, 54 Seconds • Released 05-12-2016

Rating: 4/5 Stars

This video will talk about how to approach dogs with different and varying degrees of drives and temperaments. This is an entry level video designed to teach you the quintessential concepts to maximize your dog's drive for the obedience work, and the initial steps critical for advancement.

This video concept is comprised of three main components called "The Three Pillars". The first pillar is teaching to think, the second is building drive association on the field, and the third is conditioning in drive states in obedience. This video grazes the surface of these three fundamental concepts which is the infrastructure for highly animated and correct obedience.


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Drive Development for Competition Obedience with Tami McLeod

Posted: 05-12-2016 • Length: 3 Hours, 4 Minutes, 54 Seconds
Categories: Dog Sports, Leerburg Online University, Leerburg Training Videos, Working/Sport Dog Training
This video will talk about how to approach dogs with different and varying degrees of drives and temperaments. This is an entry level video designed to teach you the quintessential concepts to maximize your dog's drive for the obedience work, and the initial steps critical for advancement.

This video concept is comprised of three main components called "The Three Pillars". The first pillar is teaching to think, the second is building drive association on the field, and the third is conditioning in drive states in obedience. This video grazes the surface of these three fundamental concepts which is the infrastructure for highly animated and correct obedience.

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jocomoreno
5/5 stars

Excellent video. Need to watch three or four times to process all of the information in the video.


Purdy
3/5 stars

This is the only leerburg video I have been dissapointed with, I just felt I was being talked at, this video is aimed at obedience competitors so we have an understanding of motivation. What I expected from this was more practical instruction and demonstrations. If this was the first video I had purchase from leerburg it would have been my last.


sharon14870
5/5 stars

First time I watched this I was a bit disappointed, but I am not one to give something a second chance and the more I watch/listen to it, the more I find gems within it.


lanem
3/5 stars

This could have been an audio book. I would have loved to see more work with dogs and less talk from a chair.


Purdy
3/5 stars

This is the first leerburg video I have been disappointed with. Building drive for competition and moving the reward outside the ring. Brilliant that's just what I need however, the video is a lot on talk and not a lot on action. The whole section on remote rewards was about 14 mins it boiled down to moving your reward further away till outside ring. Nothing showing how this can be built up in a dog who only works in high drive if their ball is me.
I was looking forward to a obedience based video. I'm retired so I am very circumspect on what I spend my pension on. Having been so impressed with previous Leerburg video I decided to spend on this, really wished I had kept my money in my pocket. Very disappointed.