Here’s an example of why a balanced approach to dog training is the best way to go: Because it allows you to use the tool that best fits both your dog’s temperament and the behavior you’re trying to teach.
In this video, I’m working on three issues:
1. Getting the dog to come in tighter, for the sit-front.
2. Once he shows me that he’s starting to understand that he should come in tighter– then I start getting a little more demanding by making him line up straighter.
3. Tightening up the heel position, which I felt he was too loose in his positioning.
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