It’s always a joy to see a new dog in our kennel whose overall behavior is better than average. That is exactly what happened with my new friend Leo, an adolescent chocolate Labradoodle.
Perhaps the single most important command you will teach your dog is “COME.” This command is one you will use at home, outside, anywhere you take your dog.
This week we take a look at a few of the exercise, conditioning and reinforcement techniques I rely on when working with my own dogs, as well as those who come to me for training and boarding.
Today I am working with Duke on a 20-foot line, and we are practicing 2 things I work on frequently: The “sit” command and Attention training using the “watch” command
Meet Shadow, an Aussiedoodle who is easily distracted and struggles with leash behavior. The key to successful walking on the leash starts without using any leash at all! That’s because the key is attentiveness.
Using positive reinforcement to get your dog to follow you anywhere Learn from The Well Heeled Way how to work... View Article
Learn from The Well Heeled Way how to work with your dog to achieve the best relationship for both of you. In this video, Jerry discusses simple steps you can take to train your dog to stop jumping. The Well Heeled Way dog training techniques are here to help you on your path to a more attentive and well-behaved dog. In this video, we meet Tucker, a "Poo-Ton" or Coton-Poodle mix, who loves attention and affection. But how do you make sure your dog doesn't jump on you or your friends and family in order to get it? The answer is simple: Pay attention to your dog on YOUR terms, not the dog's demanding behavior.