A few heeling moments

Discussion in 'Dog Training Forum' started by RedyreRottweilers, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. Heeling clips. Please ignore my giant steps into her on the halts. :yikes:

    We will be working on that.... :D

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  2. blue

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    Very nice.

    Thank you for posting again you training advice and other dog knowlege has been missed.
     
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    Wow - thats fabulous work!!

    Riot and I are just working on the eye contact heeling now as well. Definately helps A LOT!

    and I agree with Blue - your knowledge is definately greatly missed around here..
     
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    Looking fabulous...that's something I need to work with Sawyer on. He heels great, but no eye contact. I think he watches my knee out of the corner of his eye.
     
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    lovely! she looks so happy.
     
  6. tessa_s212

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    Wow, would you like to take Marq for a month of training? Haha.. heeling is definitely our problem area.
     
  7. Thanks, everyone. I will try to post some more work soon, without me stepping into her so badly. :rolleyes: :)

    Tessa, this dog has been encouraged to look at me and move with me at my left side since she was 10 weeks old. If I go out into the dog yard, my dogs jostle to get into heel position and heel with me.

    I so enjoy training, and I hope it shows in my dog's attitude when people watch us.

    :D
     

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