Dropping an object

29,00

A good “drop it” will give you:

  • Good focus.  The better your reward, the more the dog blocks out anything else.
  • Effective training.  You can quickly continue training after a reward.
  • Less conflict will end up in much more pleasant training and a better relationship between you and the dog. 
  • Less chewing.  Many dogs chew because they do not want to part with the object they are holding.  This can spread to the dumbbell and other objects.
  • The right frame of mind for the next exercise.  If you are dealing with an excited and noisy dog, it is extra important that there is no conflict when giving objects so the dog stays calm and concentrated when you continue your training after a reward.

In order to fully benefit from this course, we suggest that you first look at our course on Coming back with toys, as these two parts belong so well together.

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Description

What is included in the course:

  • Introduction
  • Why the dog does not want to give the toy back?
  • How will you do this?
  • Choose the right object
  • After dropping the object
  • Passive “drop it”
  • Hold the dog by the collar
  • Treats
  • Cue
  • When training
  • Conclusion

What is not included in the course:

  • Personal feedback

You can start the course whenever you want and you have access to the course for a whole year.

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