Adam shows you how to begin teaching the wrap finish. After watching this, I notice that the dog needs me to go back and spend more time clarifying where the front-sit position and the static-heel position is. I’ll make a video on how I do that, too.
Adam works on the down on recall exercise. After watching this, one of the “take aways” is that I should have done more repetitions where I was standing closer to the place-boardl
Adam demonstrates attention training around distractions — with a hyper boxer puppy as the distraction. A couple of points about this video you wouldn’t know, just by watching it: – The Golden Retriever was a dog we rescued from a veterinarian in Bogota, Colombia. He was so dog aggressive around other dogs (as well as…
Adam explains attention training a dog around distractions (demonstration in part ii). Attention training is the foundation for all of your dog’s training, both for obedience and for problem solving. Without first getting and keeping your dog’s attention, you’re just talking to a wall. So, in order to make progress with almost any behavior we…
Adam explains the four types of dog training corrections + Understanding how they relate to your dog’s play drive. This is a short mini-lecture to help you better understand the conceptual side of correcting your dog.
Adam demonstrates a “before” and “after” using the dynamic movement principle to increase a dog’s attention.
Adam G. Katz shows you a little more with Shorty, the rescue dog– on how we teach the “place” command– which is a basic building block for teaching more advance commands, later in the dog’s education
Adam G. Katz shows you the first step in training your dog to lay down on command.
Watch Adam show you the basics of the sit-stay command. This is Shorty’s 3rd training session, and we’re working on putting together the building blocks of his training foundation. (Apologies, as I lost audio narrative half way through).
Adam G. Katz demonstrates how to teach your dog to fetch, and explains the difference between the “play retrieve” and the “forced retrieve”.