well.........maybe except the trainers who should know this. But reading this and really GETTING it will solve so many problems.
It is a link to a great article on teaching in the proper order and when you get the order wrong, training will go wrong. The dog will get blamed. Humans need to look at themselves when the animal does not do what the human is asking, and look at " did I ask properly" "does the animal know what I am asking?"
http://www.collared-scholar.com/order-m ... r-success/
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- Tell us about yourself: I am a mom of 6 life forces - 2 kids and 3 dogs 1 hamster. I live in Ct. I have trained Ringsport and Agility and have 2 DS, one 15 and 7 and a Basset Hound Cookie who is 2
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- Tell us about yourself: Retired K9 handler of a DS worked in Connecticut USA in a urban city
One of the few DS ever successfully worked in Connecticut police K9 history thus far.
Oldest DS worked in Ct. (14). Old man still hits like a bull (he's retired now)
Raised and trained by myself and my breeder to CPWDA certification standards.
Currently own 3 DS. Nice to know all of you!