Indoor Training Exercises For Working Dogs
With Storm Ciara keeping many of us in our homes, Featured Expert Claire Denyer from Family Dog Services has stepped in to help!
Below is a collection of videos to give us some indoor training options that we can enjoy with our dogs.
These videos can be useful for rainy days, days that are too hot to train on , and, can help when working with dogs that are easily distracted outside.
Claire’s top indoor training ideas include:
- Improving heel position
- Position transition training
- Hold and delivery of the dummy
- Focus Training
Plus teaching your dog to do useful things like packing the training bag, and assisting with carrying washing to the machine!
Here’s 4 great videos from Claire for you to enjoy…
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