In this video you will see I left a portion in the video in-which I couldn't get him to pull on the leash. I wanted to leave that in there to show all videos don't go as planned, and I like to keep it as raw as possible.
Ah yes, one of the character traits that drives us dog owners crazy. You’re out for a leisurely stroll, your well-mannered beast is heeling textbook and being a model citizen. Then you stroll past cujo behind the fence snarling at your dog trying his best to pick a fight with him and boom! Your
Be the man part II & maximizing actual engagement Okay folks, there have been a number of issues that I’ve seen stemming from the simple element of lack of leadership. I want to address this asap and delve a little deeper into the non verbal aspect of what I mean when I talk about it,
I want to talk about Oral health is this months blog. We recently got in a retired K9 with extremely bad oral hygiene, which made me want to touch on this topic. I will be sharing that K9's story soon with photos.
The Power of Context Context. Defined as “the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed.” In this case, we are of course talking about the event in terms of training dogs. Its something you all hear me speak of
In this month's lesson we cover heeling. You will see beginning with treats, intermediate and advanced in this video. The blog post for this month is The reset button. Based on many of the questions asked, please take a look at it as well. Month 8 Team Dog Blog- https://mikeritland.com/6483/the-reset-button/