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The foundation of Tarheel Canine’s Training System is an understanding of behavior and canine temperament which is explained in Tarheel Canine’s proprietary training manual and Jerry Bradshaw’s book, Controlled Aggression published by Lulu Press (http://www.lulu.com/content/2317473), both are provided to students with their equipment upon enrollment, as well as lectures which cover all key areas of training in the Tarheel Canine Training System. Through extensive practical work and application of the theory we then show the student when and where to apply the use of key training equipment. This includes using leashes, training collars, long lines, reward toys, modern electronic training collars (in both low level stimulation and the Tarheel System), application of BSD™ Behavior Shaping Devices for training detector dogs for narcotics and explosives detection, how to use various sleeves and grip training equipment including bite suits for sport, Personal Protection and Police K9 Training.
1) One being for our Day Care Program sometimes http://rentabilisermapassion.org/comment-faire-croitre-une-entreprise-damenagement-paysager-developpez-votre-coaching-daffaires/ “just” to cold, wet, or hot outdoors for our Day Care dogs to really enjoy the outdoors with their friends, so this building is going to take care of this, and “late Fall” we are going to be able to add another area of supervised playtime to the everyday schedule of our Day Care dogs.
This chew toy is for the breakfast lovers! Our Flavor Frenzy Power Chew Breakfast Bone gives your dog a taste of the most important meal of the day in delicious bacon, egg & cheese flavor. The perfect morning activity for occupying and entertaining your dog.
Are the facilities adequate? Is there enough room to accommodate the class safely and comfortably? Is the place reasonably clean? Is the footing good so that you and your dog won’t slip? Is the outdoor potty area reasonably clean?
Hold a treat in front of pup’s nose. Slowly raise the treat over and behind his head so that when he follows it, his bottom drops to the ground. Say “Sit” immediately as this happens, and give the reward.
After ONE session with RD, we are seeing drastic improvement in our pup… ok, really it’s drastic improvement in ourselves. RD showed us how we have been giving the wrong signals to our dog, so while… trying to correct the behavior we were actually reinforcing the wrong behavior. We are filled with hope. For the first time in over a year, we went on a walk that was peaceful. I got home feeling calm rather than worked up, so did the pup– and because our dog is a 160 lb Mastiff, it’s the first walk that I didn’t have to immediately make an appointment with the chiropractor afterward!! Thank you, RD we are SOOOO incredibly grateful! See More
….We take the best of the best from our litters of Labrador Puppies….and train them for 8-11 Months…at which time Handlers take the baton and finish them….We applaud all handlers that purchase a Maranatha Started dog for their Dedication …to work disasters and individual Cases.
Is for dogs that have completed the Intermediate class and received recommendation from the Instructor to attend or have the approval of the Training Director. Dogs will remain in this class until they have earned the Novice Rally title from the AKC, ASCA or UKC.
Someone, please help me. My beautiful, golden, 1 year old lab girl eats rocks. WHAT?? you say ? Really?? Not possible – well, true….she eats rocks. I am terrified that she will die. We live in rural PA on acres of land and she has always had free run. All of a sudden , this is a new thing. Now, I’ve put a soft muzzle on her when she goes out. This is killing me. Can someone give me ANY advice or give me a better idea or tell me how to train her not to do this????
First of all, thank you very much for creating this equally helpful and accommodating website. I’m planning to get a puppy (Golden retriever) on February the 10th (2 months would have elapsed since he was born) and I have a few questions. Can I get him to a vet for a quick checkup while bringing him home? (The ride isn’t that long; 15 minutes max.) And should I put him in crate from the very first night? And if I do, at what intervals should I get him out in the night to go potty? What if he did it inside the crate during the night? I understood that night crating is different from day crating. So should can I start crate training him during the very next day?
Your puppy’s adult teeth will start to erupt around four months (16 weeks or so) of age. For this reason, you should manage puppy biting before this age since adult teeth will cause more harm to human skin.
Keep in mind that ditching the “alpha dog” concept doesn’t mean you have to let your dog do anything she likes. It’s fine to be the boss and make the rules-but you can do that without unnecessary conflict. Be a benevolent boss, not a bully. Good leadership isn’t about dominance and power struggles. It’s about controlling your dog’s behavior by controlling her access to things she wants. YOU have the opposable thumbs that open cans of dog food, turn doorknobs and throw tennis balls! Use them to your best advantage. If your dog wants to go out, ask her to sit before you open the door. When she wants dinner, ask her to lie down to earn it. Does she want to go for a walk? If she’s jumping up on you with excitement, wait calmly until she sits. Then clip on the leash and take your walk. Your dog will happily work for everything she loves in life. She can learn to do what you want in order to earn what she wants.
The staff was always wonderful. Our little pup came home exhausted and slept for the next two days (something worth it’s weight in gold when you have a puppy). Now we have a wonderfully socialized pet who gets along swimmingly with any dogs she meets (and I give dog school most of the credit for that).