So earlier I posted about Rizzo learning to walk backwards up the stairs. It was taking longer and proved to be more challenging for her then I first
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Last year at Clicker Expo Lexington I went to see one of Kay Laurence's Learning Labs. This was the first time I was presented with the idea of "floo
Rizzo is my first dog that offers the "frog dog" position on her own when relaxing. Traditionally I teach my dogs two different downs, down - which i
I need to confess I am a mat junkie, a mat-o-holic, those of "in dogs" know what I mean. One of the first things I have worked on with Rizzo was go a
So I find it interesting that there has been a big push on books about dog play. Patricia McConnell has a new one, and there is a couple of others.
So I finally had enough time to edit video of Ms. Rizzo learning to go backwards up the stairs. It is if you look at the days it was actually n
I am a rather organic trainer. I frequently let my training session take me to where they are going to take me. Sometimes that is way less then I th
I have been working on Rizzo's nose and chin targets. I would like a chin target for down stays and go-outs later on. I never thought to teach a ver
I have decided with Rizzo to try Dr. Ian Dunbar's idea that you don't feed your dog out of a bowl until they have earned it. So how does a do earn a
So Rizzo woke up today and decided that things that normally don't even catch her attention not only she will notice but she will also be concerned.