Believing in Dogs: Recallers Video Contest 2020 Round Three

Recallers 2020 Video Contest Round Three Welcome to Round Three of our video contest where we bring you short video stories from our Recallers, to honour not only all Recallers, but dogs and the people who believe in them the world over.  Thank you to [...]

2020-07-06T03:37:02-04:00July 2nd, 2020|12 Comments

Believing in Dogs: Recallers Video Contest 2020 Round Two

Recallers 2020 Video Contest Round Two If you have just joined us, we are sharing videos from our Recallers members for you to view and vote on. These stories honour everyone the world over who loves dogs. They are stories of people from all different [...]

2020-07-06T03:36:36-04:00July 1st, 2020|8 Comments

Believing in Dogs: Recallers Video Contest 2020 Round One

Recallers 2020 Video Contest Round One Have you ever had a time in your life when you did not think something was possible for you and your dog? That your dog just was not capable of learning what it was you really wanted, or that [...]

2020-07-06T03:36:49-04:00June 30th, 2020|15 Comments

Talking About Ruff Love (Tater and Chipmunks)

Our dogs are our best teachers, and I've been learning from Tater who jumped off a cliff chasing a chipmunk recently. Now, Tater's choice to chase could have ended his life, so we're back in Ruff Love with Mr Potato Salad. I took a video on one of walks this week to cover some misconceptions about the program I outline in my book.

2020-06-11T20:38:50-04:00May 28th, 2020|36 Comments

Easy Guide to Handling by the Number for Agility Success

It is not a coincidence that people who have been in agility for a long time have success dog after dog. They have figured out how to rehearse success from the ground up. I'm sharing my quick and easy guide to handling by the number so you can nail running a course the first time.

2020-05-28T03:37:20-04:00May 14th, 2020|12 Comments

The Top 10 Reasons Agility Dogs Drop Bars

A jump bar coming down is one of the most common things that will incur a fault on the agility field. If a dog is dropping bars, and it is not because of a physical challenge, then it is either a lack of education or an environmental challenge. We're looking at the top 10 reasons why a dog will knock a bar, and how you can determine when it is most likely happen so you can help your dog

2020-06-01T03:43:56-04:00May 7th, 2020|12 Comments

For the Dog Trainers (Lifting All Ships with Kamal Fernandez)

Recently, my friend and fellow dog trainer, Kamal Fernandez, had the idea to do a series of video interviews to share ideas collectively. The chat Kamal and I had centred on running a dog training business, and we've got the video on my blog for you.

2020-08-27T21:57:49-04:00April 16th, 2020|8 Comments

Dog Training Debate … ItsYerChoice vs Leave It

Sometimes people who are introduced to my ItsYerChoice game wonder what the difference is between educating our dogs they can make good choices, compared to using the traditional “leave it”. It’s such a common question that a couple of years ago I did a short video with the answer. I decided the video should be on my blog to be easily accessible to everyone who has the question.

2020-08-31T23:11:35-04:00April 9th, 2020|41 Comments
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