December 19, 2016

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EPISODE 5
 
Tug Playing Tips with Mark Keating
 

In this episode of Leerburg TV, we work with Mark Keating as he shows proper tug playing techniques. Tug play is important for high levels of drive and is an extremely valuable game. Mark gives us tips on how to create drive in your dog while playing tug and teach the dog that you are a fun game. With Mark's tips, you can teach your dog to play properly and love the tug.

 
 
 
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Question:
 

Our dog-reactive rescue lunges at other dogs while walking. I am wondering if we should keep working with her as we are or would we be better off using an ecollar or DD collar?

Answer:
 

The first thing I would suggest is to NOT allow her access to situations that you can control (i.e. Don’t allow her at the window, or at the fence). For now, don’t walk her in areas you know are going to have challenges for her. Don’t let her keep practicing this behavior.


For aggression/excitement a dominant dog collar is much more effective. A prong can actually make this worse, it stimulates an already overstimulated dog.


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