On-line video dog training lessons by Mr. Bob
Video 1: How to "Drop & Leave It"
How to teach your dog to drop objects and leave them alone. This dog training video lesson is designed to help families with dogs who will not drop objects and leave them alone. Maybe they are obsessive over objects like toys, bones or even "No" objects such as dish towels, shoes, socks and etc. Part 1 of the lesson is teaching you about how to use your voice command to help your dog associate with the drop exercise. Part 2 is learning how to use a "Lure" to redirect the dog. In Part 3 you will also learn how to use a training leash to teach the dog how to drop (The most popular method). In Part 4 you will learn when to time your voice signal to communicate a positive message to your dog the moment your dog responds. Part 5 is the last step, how to teach your dog not to go back to the object after they have dropped it unless directed to.
This Drop & Leave training exercise is not for dogs that are showing aggressive behavior towards objects such as resource guarding; however, this lesson is part 1 of a two part series teaching you the basics before working with aggressive and protective guarding behavior. Also, if you have questions and feel the need to reach help for additional help? consider booking a "40 minute" Telephone Consultation. Dog owners have raved about how down to earth and practical the lessons are over the phone.
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Cost: $9.99 + tax
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