Category: Dog Training: Skills

Let’s Inspire Others With Our Dog Training!

Posted on 06/12/14 17 Comments BertieBuzz Jumping

Have you ever seen those dogs that have a relationship with their owners that is so strong that no distraction can tempt them from straying away from what they have been asked to do? Before you say, “I could never have that with MY dog” I’d like you to consider if you did have that kind of […]

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And Recallers 5.0 Winners are….

Posted on 06/09/14 20 Comments corn cob poodle

WOW how much fun was THAT? The 211 Recaller4.0 alumni videos that were posted to my Facebook page made it V-E-R-Y difficult to narrow it down to only 15 to kick off our contest last week. From the results of the voting, it seems you all agree that it was equally as difficult to choose […]

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Recallers5.0 Video Contest Championship Round!

Posted on 06/06/14 42 Comments Encore and Deer

Today is the day…our Championship round of Recallers Videos! The best of the best are now competing to be in the Top THREE! Before we begin, I want to thank everyone for their votes and feedback….we all agree these videos were great. These top seven videos, as well as each and every video in the […]

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Recallers5.0 Video Contest Day 3!

Posted on 06/04/14 6 Comments crate tag

YAY Day 3! I’m sure by now, you all see just how difficult it is to choose just 2 videos when all of them are equally wonderful. (Imagine how hard it was to narrow down 200+ to just 15!) The competition has been head to head, each and every video producer on here should be […]

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Recallers 5.0 Video Contest Day 1

Posted on 06/02/14 21 Comments zentek

Day 1 of our Recallers5.0 video contest is upon us! A few weeks ago we asked our Recallers4.0 students to share with us how Recallers has impacted not only their lives, but the lives of their dogs. The response was amazing, so many great videos! Some of the training transformation stories brought tears to our […]

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Can Agility Dogs Turn “Too” Tight?

Posted on 05/10/14 27 Comments turning tightly

Over the past few years there seems to be be a growing obsession in the sport of dog agility with tight turns. The crowd lets out a collective “WOW!” when they see a dog gear down to wrap an upright like an extra coat of paint. Those tight turns are impressive! But can this fixation […]

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Five Lessons Taught By One Great Dog

Posted on 04/22/14 151 Comments buzz what a ride copy

The most painful day as a dog owner isn’t the pain of embarrassment when our agility dog knocks just about every bar on a jumpers course, nor is it having to come up with the cash to pay a rather large and unexpected veterinarian bill. I think each of you who owns a dog knows […]

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Junior Handling Reporting on Puppy Peaks Training Month 5

Posted on 02/25/14 5 Comments 4-H-Symbol

This month it was fun for me to find out that Libby is giving back to her community by being a 4-H leader.  4-H has grown around the world in their mission of “engaging youth” to reach their fullest potential.  Seeing Libby spreading positive training to fellow juniors is very exciting.  Libby herself a junior trainer/handler […]

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Handling360 In Action!

Posted on 02/09/14 96 Comments pic for blog

I just uploaded this new video where you get to see many of the elements of the Handling360 program in action. Yesterday I pushed away from the computer to run my dogs an an agility trial in Michigan USA, and I videoed my runs to share with you. Since I have been focused so much […]

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Junior Handling Reporting on Puppy Peaks Training Month 4

Posted on 01/25/14 10 Comments Elliott and me Scott kiss

Libby and her dog Elliott chose one of my favorite training games to shorten one of those cold winter weeks in Kentucky, and is wearing only a sweat shirt! Ohhh to have sweatshirt weather again! Winter weeks here in Canada are ranging in the -22C (-7F) range. “Sist’as Turn” is a game I first taught […]

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