Tropical Paisley Dog Training Collar

Tropical Paisley Dog Training Collar


Paisley . A gentle alternative to a traditional choke chain, this is designed to reduce tugging with a swift, clean correction. Made with unique nylon backed by soft quality webbing, this collar is fashionable yet functional. Features: – Nickel Plated Hardware – Reflective Label – Machine Washable Sizing: M: Fits 9-14 in. L L: Fits 14-20 in. L XL: Fits 18-26 in. L
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This is my Indy, competing in Championship ‘C'- aka ‘Ticket'. Here, he is doing heelwork, which consists of 3 paces, normal, slow and fast. Also postitions on the move, down, sit and stand. This is known as ASSD (Advance Sit Stand Down). No commands or body signals are allowed.
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    • assortedagility
    • December 31, 2012

    How does the dog do the ASSD if there is no communication allowed? Dogs cannot read our minds.

    • mad4dogzz
    • December 31, 2012

    Of course you are allowed ONE command when you give the postition, and also another like “Close” when you collect them again.

    • assortedagility
    • December 31, 2012

    Alright. That makes sense then. When I saw you say no verbal commands or hand signals were allowed, I thought that was pretty extreme.

    • AnjaGiermann
    • December 31, 2012

    In Sweden, you would lose points, by holding the left hand like that. Both hands must be held pending naturally….

    • mad4dogzz
    • December 31, 2012

    Really? That’s interesting. The trouble is, if we held both hands naturally, ie swinging, the hand would be waving in the dog’s face, and push him wide.

    • Orcaberbrandy
    • December 31, 2012

    Very nice Heelwork

    • westwalesizzy
    • December 31, 2012

    Well done you. The hours of training that you and your beautiful dog must have spent have certainly paid off. I thoroughly enjoyed watching your video.

    • chizzywoo
    • December 31, 2012

    But guys…we’re not IN Finland or Sweden. 🙂 “To each his own” is a good saying.

    • chizzywoo
    • December 31, 2012

    Hi…The dogs got to focus somewhere…Whats the difference if the dog looks at your hand or your eyes? It’s two different countries…different horses for different courses.

    • swissem84
    • December 31, 2012

    Good heelwork! And in the UK that’s how it’s done 🙂

    • jumpit11
    • December 31, 2012

    Mad4dogzz…. PLEEAAASE tell me how I can get into this kind of sport. I want my dog to do exactly that. This was amazing. I am absolutely stunned. I have never seen such obedience. Is there something like that in the US? I don’t live in Finland… Please let me know!!!

    • ChillyAndClover
    • December 31, 2012

    jumpit11, although I am not Mad4dogzz, I do live in the US, and I can tell you that if your dog is purebred you can register it w/ the AKC (if not already) The AKC does many Obedience Trials similar to this.

    • tehrenberg
    • December 31, 2012

    This is fabulous. I like the hand held up, looks fantastic to me.

    • oneacd
    • December 30, 2012

    If you can’t use a verbal cue or signal, how does the dog know when to sit, down or stand? Or am I missing something in your explanation?

    • HowToGetFreebies
    • December 30, 2012

    The dogs gait is so cute, haha marching

    • ppip15
    • December 30, 2012

    how old do you start with teaching heeling and how long until they have that focused off leash heeling? thanks

    • binxey87
    • December 30, 2012

    Vi man tokokoe

    • Vandana Singh
    • December 30, 2012

    Hi.

    I have 7 months old Lhasa female, will you let me know how to train a dog for heel work..

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