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Armband Heeling Method with Janice Gunn

Length: 52 Minutes, 21 Seconds • Released 01-21-2020

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Pot Work & Teaching Get the Rear in Foundation Exercises

Janice felt it was important to include some basic foundation skills that will help you to achieve your heeling goals. In these exercises she emphasizes rear end awareness and how to help your dog keep his rear in. One of the common problems in heeling is that the dog tends to "crab" which is heeling with the rear end out, this equals points off in the ring. Left turns are also difficult for many handlers and results in the handler turning left and the dog bumps into you by not picking up on your cue. This foundation work will help a lot of these issues, and it is also a fun exercise for your dog to learn.

Armband Heeling Method Without a Dog

Janice will take you through the armband method steps one by one. Janice explains each step thoroughly and provides important information on things you should not be doing. Without having a dog present it allows her to focus in on many important points so you can understand how the method works in it's entirety.

Armband Method with a Dog

Adding in a dog gives you a visual demonstration of the method and different things to watch for when your dog is present.


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Armband Heeling Method with Janice Gunn

Posted: 01-21-2020 • Length: 52 Minutes, 21 Seconds
Categories: Janice Gunn

Pot Work & Teaching Get the Rear in Foundation Exercises

Janice felt it was important to include some basic foundation skills that will help you to achieve your heeling goals. In these exercises she emphasizes rear end awareness and how to help your dog keep his rear in. One of the common problems in heeling is that the dog tends to "crab" which is heeling with the rear end out, this equals points off in the ring. Left turns are also difficult for many handlers and results in the handler turning left and the dog bumps into you by not picking up on your cue. This foundation work will help a lot of these issues, and it is also a fun exercise for your dog to learn.

Armband Heeling Method Without a Dog

Janice will take you through the armband method steps one by one. Janice explains each step thoroughly and provides important information on things you should not be doing. Without having a dog present it allows her to focus in on many important points so you can understand how the method works in it's entirety.

Armband Method with a Dog

Adding in a dog gives you a visual demonstration of the method and different things to watch for when your dog is present.


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