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Would you like to improve your heelwork? Do you want to teach your dog to love walking by your side and walk to heel even with distractions?

A lot of people participated in our heelwork challenge in February.
We got lots of questions on how we train the dog to walk to heel so we decided to do a webinar to respond to them. Our webinar on heelwork is now available, so come join us!

You can easily watch the webinar, which is roughly an hour long, whenever you want. It’s only 15.95 USD and you can watch it as many times as you want!

The webinar contains several educational videos and we summarize the most important points in the show notes so they’ll be easier to remember. The only thing you need is your computer/tablet/phone, a browser and an internet connection.

If you’ve missed all the blog posts in the heelwork challenge (which are completely free) you’ll find them here:
https://www.retrievingforalloccasions.com/heel-work

If you haven’t already signed up, you can do so here:
https://www.retrievingforalloccasions.com/product/webinar-heelwork/

Heelwork is something that a lot of people struggle with. It requires a lot of training and focus to become good. During this webinar Elsa and Lena will talk about how they train heelwork: where they start, how they move on, what they think is important to keep in mind and of course they answer common questions!

Contents of the webinar:
00:00 – Introduction
01:29 – Learning Goals
02:36 – What should the heeling look like?
09:23 – Try it
11:48 – This is how we teach heeling
13:48 – Seeking out my left side
18:44 – Reward placement
24:48 – Pivot
28:51 – Follow the left leg
32:38 – Distractions – walking towards food bowl
37:06 – Distractions – walking behind the gun
41:28 – Duration
42:34 – “Dull” heelwork
52:29 – Our best advice
56:32 – More inspiration!


Retrieving for All Occasions - Foundations for Excellence in Gun Dog Training
Retrieving for All Occasions - Foundations for Excellence in Gun Dog Training