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One of the most important commands for your dog is "Lie Down". In today's video, I am working with Misfit because her "Down" is weak and so I'll share with you today how to improve your "Down" and see if we can get closer to a rock solid "Lie Down" on Misfit in the process.
Think about any questions you may have during the video and just put them in the comments below. I'm happy to help.
Working with Misfit
We've been working on her out and balance and now she needs to be a lot better on her "down". If you're having issues with your dog "flaking" on their "down", this video will give you some ideas on how to fix and improve that.
Have you been struggling to get your dog started on driving cattle? If you've wondered at all about what it takes to get your dog started on this, tune in to today's video.
I'll be working with Rev today and we'll talk about:
There are some questions that I consistently get after an HTOMO started dog arrives, so I will address those in today's video. We'll talk about creating structure and a bond with your new dog.
If you haven't had the chance yet, take a look at Part 1 right here, where we talk about the basics of your pup's transition. Even though we talk about puppies in that video, it's got the basics for receiving your dog as well and in the video below, we'll talk about some additional tips that apply to your HTOMO started dog.
In today's video, I'm going to go over what you can expect when your new HTOMO pup arrives. I'll talk about some of the most common questions I get in the weeks after a pup arrives and give you some tips on how to make the transition the smoothest. The adjustment can take your pup up to 14 days, so I want to set you up to win.
Does your dog go the wrong direction when you send him "Away to me", or "Come by"? If you're having this issue, there may be some subtle messages that you're sending that can create some confusion for your dog through body language, without even realizing it.
It's an easy fix and I'll show you how to reset your dog on those commands in this short video.
Think about any questions you might have relating to how I can help you and your dog with this and let me know in the comments below.
Today, I want to talk about the "There" command and when I use it with my dogs. It's a question I had last week . What was the difference between me using "There" and "Lie Down"? ...And, "Is it the same thing?"
I"ll show you in the video below how I use it and some differences between when I use "There" and "Lie Down" Take a look at the quick video and think about any questions you might have for me.
I had a question the other day, "How do I get a long distance down on my dog" and what she meant by that question is, "How do I get my dog to down at a distance?" You know, - how do I get it to down farther and farther and farther away?
So, that's what I want to talk about and today in this short video I put together for you.
A couple of weeks ago, we moved 73 yearlings that were not at all dog broke. The week before this, I was able to get a little bit of time to work them before we moved them.
In the video below, you'll come along with us as we move these yearlings and see
If you'd like to join us in our Spring Stock Dog Clinic and have the chance to :
One thing that I get asked about a lot and something we spend a considerable amount of time on at clinics and the Stockdog Gathering is Flank Commands. Most of the conversations are how to remember them, what are they, what is their purpose, etc...There is no better time to brush up on those "come by" and "away to me" commands then spring.
have included a video with a super easy tip on remembering your outside flank commands. I have heard several ways of helping train your brain to remember these commands but this one in the video is by far the best. Check it out below
Seth Allen - I really enjoy the challenge of training dogs and helping people get their dogs handling correctly for them.