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The First Steps of Bite Training

Length: 1 Hour, 55 Minutes, 27 Seconds • Released 01-01-2008

Rating: 4/5 Stars

In 1983 I produced my first bite training video titled "Protection Training the Beginning with Bernhard Mannel." In the 13 years that followed I learned so much more about protection training that I was forced to update that old video and pass this new information on to my customers. This is being done through this new training tape "The First Steps of Bite Training."


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The First Steps of Bite Training

Posted: 01-01-2008 • Length: 1 Hour, 55 Minutes, 27 Seconds
Categories: Dog Sports, Ed Frawley, Police and Military K9, Protection Work, Working/Sport Dog Training
In 1983 I produced my first bite training video titled "Protection Training the Beginning with Bernhard Mannel." In the 13 years that followed I learned so much more about protection training that I was forced to update that old video and pass this new information on to my customers. This is being done through this new training tape "The First Steps of Bite Training."

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Kpelc3rd
5/5 stars

This was such a great video but I'm a bit confused towards the ending. Ed kept saying that "we will talk more about this later in the video" (even towards the end of it) but never did.. its almost as if I'm missing part of the video or there is a second part to the series.


joeylowe
5/5 stars

Excellent video! Loved the headband Ed! Seriously....there is a lot of valuable information here and well worth the $45. In my opinion, you can go to YouTube and watch some watered down versions of this, but you won't grasp the concepts until you've seen the real deal. Thanks!


fuzzyshoes22
4/5 stars

Great movie, extremely informitive, unfortunately the online version cut off at 1:55:27,in mid sentence, might be another video I'm not seeing though.



A Note from Leerburg:

That is the end of the video and there is no noise during the last several seconds. Your video and audio may have been off while playing so that when the video portion ended so did the audio.


rdavies
5/5 stars

I had this video on tape for many years, I enjoyed it and watched it all the time. It was a constant source of review to keep me sharp. I just bought and watched the updated DVD tonight. It has been redone and is so much better than it was. I have to say, I will watch this DVD a lot... over and over, just because it was very informative and very fun to watch! Awesome job guys! ...SSG Richard B. Davies U.S. Army retired MWD handler.