Chris -- can you please share some of the techniques on how you got her to this point?
Chris Fraize wrote:Hello Marine (I don’t know your real name.),
Training and technique varies from dog to dog, situation to situation and handler to handler. It can be VERY difficult to try to explain (over the internet) what I did with Adrian or how you (or anyone) could apply it to their dog. I can tell you I am NOT a cookie cutter trainer and I always try to see things from the dogs point of view.
I prefer to teach “Hands on”. Show and tell, if you will. Mostly my training has to do with “reading” the dog then applying or teaching in a way the dog can understand. When the handler “explains” in the correct manner things can be understood by the dog more quickly and easily. Dogs are very efficient. If you can get them see that it is easier to do things your way, they will almost always succeed! When they succeed, everyone is happier!
There are so many training and behavior posts I would like to help with but it can be dangerous to give advice over the Internet. Things can be easily misinterpreted and applied incorrectly. I wish some of these folks lived closer. I love to help. I hope this (kind of) answers your question!
Hoyden wrote:I am really looking forward to the Seminar in May.
Me and the other CT PBT members may have to start a once or twice a month car pool to Maine.
Marinepits wrote:I don't have anyone to watch the other dogs that weekend, dammit.
SisMorphine wrote:Marinepits wrote:I don't have anyone to watch the other dogs that weekend, dammit.
Scrounge someone up!! I found someone to cover the whole damn kennel, and Wally (and Venus if she's still here), you can find someone for 3 dogs
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