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Loose Leash Walking - Learn to Nail it Every Time. Presented by Yvette Van Veen

  • Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
  • Live Webinar

Registration

  • For Doggone safe members
  • PPG member registration
  • A discounted rate for Pet Owner Members
  • Public registration

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CEUs: PPAB 1.5

Loose leash walking might just be one of the hardest skills to teach - to clients or to our dogs. It’s one that impacts the dog’s life. Why is it so hard? Because it is a skill with many elements. Clients needs to get dogs out from day one - well before the dog has learned to walk nice on leash. So there’s often a reinforcement history for pulling. Humans can be inconsistent. And let’s face it, it can hurt when dogs pull on people. Emotions run high. Learn the many components and drills that can help you start saying, “Nailed it” and get training success for your clients and for your dogs.

Learning Objectives

  • How to Bring Down Arousal
  • How to Beat an Old Reinforcement History of Pulling
  • Drill the Elements - split, don’t lump.
  • Learn why doorways are deadly to leash walking
  • Distractions - an opportunity to train
  • Moving feet and position of feeding
  • Chase Turns - it’s all in the hips
  • It’s a sequence, not a chain. The basics of sequencing.



About The Presenter


Yvette Van Veen


Yvette Van Veen has two decades of experience training dogs, lives and works in London Ontario. She offers both group and private sessions. She has worked extensively with formerly feral dogs. Yvette’s writing has been a long-standing feature in Ontario’s newspapers, currently appearing in the Toronto Star.  Her life is shared with her son Jordan, her formerly feral dog, “Kipper the ex-crotch ripper”, border collie, “Karma” and Icarus the cat. You can reach Yvette at info@awesomedogs.ca or follow her at:  https://www.facebook.com/londondogtrainer/


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