Heeling is a complex exercise requiring a lot of thought for an
extended period of time. I break heeling down into three parts: focal
point, engagement and position. The dog must understand exactly where
position is and that it’s their responsibility to maintain it for the
entire heeling pattern. This Clinic will break heeling down so that we
can focus on teaching position in a way that is clear to the dog. We
will teach it like a trick! Dogs think it’s a fun game which helps to
reduce pressure and promotes attitude. Dogs that truly understand
position have beautiful, tight heeling.
Week 1: You will have access to content and video explaining how I
isolate position and how I start teaching it. Working participants will
have one week to view the material and submit video and questions which
I will review.
Week 2: I will release content and video that builds on the first week. Working participants will again have one weekto view the material and submit more video and questions. I’m going to submit material that covers a number of steps so that people of all levels can participate.
Auditors will have not have access to videos submitted by working students. Unfortunately, this platform doesn't give me the option to do that. This first Clinic is going to be a trial. If all goes well and people like the format, I will present more. If not, I can change the format or just stick to webinars. So please give me your feedback!!!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
Once you have enrolled, you will have access to the course material for four months.
What equipment do I need?
Just you, your dog and treats or a toy!
I still have a question, how can I contact you?
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.