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Doberman Puppy Meets More Dogs!

December 8, 2012

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  Doberman puppy meets more dogs, including resident dog Boudicca here http://youtu.be/Ju2AVJy4cjs To illustrate how to ideally introduce new dogs to resident and unknown dogs, this adolescent dog has been in my care since Tuesday December 4th and has not been introduced to any dogs. They have seen her in my care, they’ve scented her kennel.

Puppy Learns Foraging

December 8, 2012

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Watch puppy learn to forage for her food, accept kenneling, learn calm behavior here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtuZ5ZoiyWY&noredirect=1 When training new puppies this is an effective way to teach impulse control, kennel acceptance and interacting with various types of safe dog toys. Teaching this early creates happy adult dogs willing to explore new things, what are acceptable chew objects, […]

Puppy Meets Darwin!

December 8, 2012

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Watch Ellsa [newest foster dog] meet Darwin for the first time here http://youtu.be/isSXLvGW2C0   Updated January 2013, puppy is not doberman!

Teaching Voluntary Attention

November 16, 2012

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Teaching Voluntary Attention   Having our dogs attention should be at the top of the list of behaviors to train and without it, your relationship with your dog will suffer.  Start using the Teaching Attention handout [not included here]. Getting dogs to voluntarily offer their attention is the goal and can easily be achieved if […]

Evaluating for Reactivity Toward People and Dogs 01.10.11

January 10, 2012

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January 10, 2011 Joyce Kesling, CDBC, ACCBC                       This is an example how I evaluate dogs (temperament testing), in the real world, around real people and other dogs. In this particular dogs case, I am already familiar with his handling, feeding and play/social behavior around […]

Non-reactive toward dogs and people 01.10.12

January 10, 2012

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Examples: non-reactive behavior toward people and other dogs. I am using a Gentle Leader, other head collars are not suitable for this dog. I have the head collar clipped to a leather slip collar and coupled to a leather tracking harness. My goal would be to establish reliable loose lead walking with current equipment and […]

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