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Heeler's Toolbox II DVD

Length: 4 Hours, 54 Minutes, 3 Seconds • Released 10-24-2016

Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Heeler's Toolbox is a series of classes with a comprehensive curriculum focusing on beginner, intermediate, and advanced obedience skills and techniques essential to any competitive obedience team. This series focuses heavily on both HOW to teach powerful, precise, and elegant heeling work, and WHY the itemized skills and concepts are a benefit to any serious competitive partnership.

The objective of this DVD is to break down and explore 'post foundation' heeling skills and concepts that affect precision, attitude, and sustainable performance within competitive heeling teams. Goals of this DVD are to build off of foundation concepts from HT1 in order to further equip both dog and handler with the necessary physical, mental, and presentation skills to maximize the relationship and heeling experience; and the knowledge and confidence to fluidly implement these skills into their continued heeling program.


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The Heeler's Toolbox is a series of classes with a comprehensive curriculum focusing on beginner, intermediate, and advanced obedience skills and techniques essential to any competitive obedience team. This series focuses heavily on both HOW to teach powerful, precise, and elegant heeling work, and WHY the itemized skills and concepts are a benefit to any serious competitive partnership.

The objective of this DVD is to break down and explore 'post foundation' heeling skills and concepts that affect precision, attitude, and sustainable performance within competitive heeling teams. Goals of this DVD are to build off of foundation concepts from HT1 in order to further equip both dog and handler with the necessary physical, mental, and presentation skills to maximize the relationship and heeling experience; and the knowledge and confidence to fluidly implement these skills into their continued heeling program.


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