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Maria and Siv

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Stand under march

Decide with what technique you want the dog use when stopping. For Rafi I decided on the jump stand, because I like that it makes the dog stop with both front feet at the same time. It is also a great way showing the dog what I want and clear for me what to reward or...

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Food refusal

Here is a description on how I train the food refusal for mondioring. If you want to read more about the sport or the rules for the food refusal you can look here. If you don't train mondioring, this is a super party trick to impress your friends. It will also improve...

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Reward versus task

What should your dog think when he see a reward? If your dog only think about how to try to take it your teaching will be much more difficult. The simple foundation that I will show you today learn the dog to search a task when he wants something. I want the dog to...

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How to take foundations to the next step

                    Very often I found on seminars that many dog can do only the first step in foundations. For example the dog can sit still if you hold your hand still just in front of the dog when you are doing opposite luring. Its a good start but its also...

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Puppy retrieve

This is my favorite way of teaching the apport. Its both perfect for teaching the dog to come back with toys when playing, but also a great way of introducing new objects when retrieving. I start this training with an object I know the dog wants, but something that...

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Teach your dog a hotkey for focus

You are outside a competition waiting for your turn. The dog before you still has three exercises left so you still have time to prepare your dog. Suddenly the handler stops and leaves the competition, giving you much less time to warm up. You are outside a...

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