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Training when the weather’s bad

Training when the weather’s bad

The winter in Sweden tends to be quite long and very, very dark. Add some rain and wind to that (and it’s almost always windy here!) and being outdoors really isn’t pleasant at all. In order for my dogs and myself not to perish from boredom, we do mini training...

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When you’re just stuck standing there…

When you’re just stuck standing there…

I really don't think I ever had a particularly easy time when it comes to dog training. I'm not a super talented trainer who sees everything and reacts correctly and quickly in all - or even most - situations. I have been struggling hard to become a pretty good...

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Oh my God, I’ve become a “lumper”

Oh my God, I’ve become a “lumper”

“Be a splitter not a lumper”. A pithy saying by Bob Bailey , so established in the world we might call the "clicker world" that we can say to one another "Oh my, I think I have become a lumper!" or "I don't want to lump behavior that way". And everyone will know what...

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50 % discount on the book!

50 % discount on the book!

Haven't got the book Retrieving for All Occasions yet? Or are you looking for a great Christmas gift for a friend? Hurry up to buy your copy, because the book is on sale until December 31st - you'll get no less than a 50 % discount! Select your preferred shop to buy...

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Wow!

Wow!

A while ago, Facebook showed me a memory that made me all nostalgic. It's a photo of Tassla in the Skåne twilight with the words "SHE SAT DOWN". The photo was taken on September 19, 2013, and Tassla was a year old. It was the first time she got to flush a bird. I had...

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Which online course suits you?

Which online course suits you?

We get a lot of questions about our online courses - how do they work, what will you learn, isn't very difficult to attend an online course and so on - so we'll try to answer a few of those questions. No, in our experience it's not very difficult at all 🙂 All you...

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A nose, a knee, an ear and a stomach

I’m sitting at the kitchen table and dare not move – the puppy is sleeping heavily in my lap. Sometimes a little pitiful chuckle comes from her but mostly she is still. Just hours ago, she was lying on the operating table to get a stubborn little wound on her nose...

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Your whistle seems great – can I have it?

Your whistle seems great – can I have it?

I've received that question a couple of times when my dogs have sat down really promptly at the stop whistle or responded with lightening speed to the recall whistle. If it had been as simple as selling magic whistles, I'd become rich 😉 , but as we all know,...

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Flippa’s first week

Flippa’s first week

From the beginning, there was a puppy that stood out a little extra in all the videos the breeder posted in our little puppy group on Facebook. It was the brown with white paws.It was first to walk, first to get outside the puppy pen, first to find the stairs and...

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The recall – the road to freedom

The recall – the road to freedom

Since the quite cataclysmic Finnish debacle this winter when Quling "did" Finland by hunting and disappearing into the Finnish forests, flushing pheasant after pheasant, hunting like a maniac for 15 minutes completely out of my control, I've mostly worked on our...

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