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When sports collide

Sometimes I get the question if I am not worried that my different dog sports are going to collide with each other. Am I not running the risk of confusing my dog; won't it mix up what to do? Tassla and I did done a lot of competitive obedience younger. For a long time...

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Summertime and water work – part 1

This summer, I have a small number of private students who are coming to train with me because they want help with water training, specifically deliveries by water, and I'm going to share to of those training sessions with you. The first one is with Allwin the toller,...

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The stop whistle with Tod

This week's blog post is a guest post from our colleage Åsa, from when her working labrador Tod was a young. Here is the continuation of my description of last week’s training session - working on the stop whistle. After having worked on heeling, Tod got to get in the...

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Gun dog heeling with Tod

This week's blog post is a guest post from our colleage Åsa, from when her working labrador Tod was a young. We went to a completely new place this morning and had planned "fika” training (sitting down, having a snack, teaching the dog to settle), work on the stop...

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Self-control – how much does it cost?

A few years ago, Jenny Nyberg, a neuroscientist at the Department of Neuroscience and Physiology at the University of Gothenburg, wrote a very interesting article about what self-control costs. It was published by DogEductus, a Swedish dog training company focusing on...

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“Fika” training

On this blog we have so far been quite good at describing the training we do technically (or at least we try to be good at it). One can almost get the impression that we train and train and like never breathe, as if we never let our dogs take it easy in the training....

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Creative distraction training

Simply put, we can say that we make our training more difficult in three ways: By increasing distance or duration and by adding distractions. However, never at the same time. Working with distractions is a way to proof what we've trained the dog to do. If we get...

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