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Developing a Problem Solving Puppy

Length: 3 Hours, 23 Minutes, 44 Seconds • Released 11-16-2016

Rating: 4/5 Stars

The primary goal for this DVD is to give you the tools to develop the perfect balance between drive and impulse control in your performance dog. Along the way, you will also create a pup that is an active participant in the learning process, i.e: A Problem Solving Puppy! A problem solving puppy looks forward to training, finds you to be the best game in town, and when he/she fails, doesn't deflate, but instead is motivated to solve the problem! Laugh and have fun with your pup while training with this DVD!


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Developing a Problem Solving Puppy

Posted: 11-16-2016 • Length: 3 Hours, 23 Minutes, 44 Seconds
Categories: Basic Obedience/Marker Training, Leerburg Training Videos, Working/Sport Dog Training
The primary goal for this DVD is to give you the tools to develop the perfect balance between drive and impulse control in your performance dog. Along the way, you will also create a pup that is an active participant in the learning process, i.e: A Problem Solving Puppy! A problem solving puppy looks forward to training, finds you to be the best game in town, and when he/she fails, doesn't deflate, but instead is motivated to solve the problem! Laugh and have fun with your pup while training with this DVD!

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HughIV
3/5 stars

I was a bit disappointed with this video. Lots and lots of talking before demonstrating behaviors being taught. I also felt it was more beginning agility skills as opposed to problem solving.


emcarlson1
5/5 stars

I attended Ann's seminar last fall with my puppy. This DVD was just like I was at the seminar again.
I picked up on more information by watching it (this time I wasn't distracted by my puppy). Over the last year, I have used many of the tips that Ann has taught me with my multi sport dog.