Training

Service Dogs in training and a “service dog” at Ikea

by Sleddoggin Staff April 25, 2012

Ollie (poodle) and Iris (German shepherd) are almost two years old and visit Ikea. Ollie has been in training for 1 yr 9 months, Iris has been in training for 5-6 months. At 4:50 we run into an unmarked “service dog” at the end of a flexi lead who is in another aisle from the [...]

0 comments

A Few Dog Training Success Tips You Need to Know

by Sleddoggin Staff April 22, 2012

by airwaves1 Is it possible to train your dog at home? You bet it is! Many dog owners have chosen to go this route to avoid the expenses of paying for a professional dog trainer, and even to avoid the expense of putting gas on their cars, especially these days when gas prices had sky [...]

0 comments

How old does a siberian husky have to be before it can start training to be a sled dog?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 21, 2012

by Rockstar02 Question by : How old does a siberian husky have to be before it can start training to be a sled dog? I was wondering how old a dog has to be to start training to be a sled dog? Or when it can start pulling little things to get it used to [...]

0 comments

Do a Good Job of Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff April 13, 2012

by waltarrrrr Dog training can mean a lot of things to a lot of different people. It can range from employing the most basic training methods to the more complicated or advanced training methods that a professional dog trainer would employ. There are methods which are more ideal to a specific breed of dog. Obviously [...]

0 comments

Various Dog Training Methods

by Sleddoggin Staff April 12, 2012

by Earthworm Though there is a general impression that reward training is the modern type of training, in reality this training method is very old. As old as ever since the dogs were there to train. Even before that people were using informal reward training methods to train wolf pups, which turned out to be [...]

0 comments

Tri-Tronics Sport Junior G3 Training Collar

by Sleddoggin Staff April 11, 2012

Tri-Tronics Sport Junior G3 Training Collar Consistent 1/4 mile range 7 levels of momentary and 7 levels of continuous stimulation Small, lightweight and fits smaller dogs Electronic dog training equipment manufactured in the USA. Perfect for the novice trainer or experienced hunter, this unit is consistent and easy to use. List Price: $ 188.00 Price: [...]

0 comments

Dog Training Doesn’t Have To Be A Chore

by Sleddoggin Staff April 11, 2012

Article by Harry88 By seeking out information on dog training, you’ve taken your first step in the right direction. You have come to the right place for information on how to train your dog. Teaching a puppy their name is one of the first steps to undertake and creates a lasting bond. Use his name [...]

0 comments

Cool Tips For Successful Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff April 9, 2012

Article by Philip Roberts If you want a well-behaved dog, there is a lot that relies on the dog’s personality. However, nearly any dog can learn, at least a bit of manners. Depending on the dog’s personality and desire to learn, you may need to work a little harder or try some different methods to [...]

0 comments

Dog Behavior Training – How Much Does Professional Dog Training Cost?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 8, 2012

by airwaves1 Article by johan cenna Technically, there is a change between a training log and then a training journal. Information entered in a training log is just basic details about training times, dates, together with exercises. A training diary contains other information, like the way you were feeling that morning; the way the pet [...]

0 comments

Sled Dog Winter Training

by Sleddoggin Staff April 8, 2012

Sled dog training using cart. Auburn, NH – December 2010.

0 comments

DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

by Sleddoggin Staff April 5, 2012

by Visit Anchorage PR Article by Jerry R. Jones MAKE THE PUPS KNOW WHO’S IN CHARGE Do you wish there was a way of teaching them not to do those things? Travelling on your whim sometimes, do you wish there were a language exclusively for you and your pup so that he can fully understand [...]

0 comments

Sled dog training ~ Fall 09

by Sleddoggin Staff April 4, 2012

CanaDog Kennels begins training for the 2009/2010 season. Fall training begins with the Quad. We race sprint, running mostly Canadian Racing Hounds from the “Slim” line, with a mix of Seppala and Alaskan Huskies. All the dogs run together in large teams at a slower, controlled pace. When the temperature drops, we increase speed and [...]

0 comments

Platform Training for Dog Sports

by Sleddoggin Staff April 2, 2012

Enjoy this preview video of Michele Pouliot’s new DVD “Step Up to Platform Training”. This instructional DVD can be purchased at Michele’s website: cdf-freestyle.com Platforms Rock! Video Rating: 5 / 5

0 comments

Ask Receive Celebrate Training With Your Dog

by Sleddoggin Staff April 2, 2012

Ask Receive Celebrate Training With Your Dog List Price: $ 1.99 Price:

0 comments

Training sled dogs at Farragut State Park

by Sleddoggin Staff March 31, 2012

Training sled dogs on carts at Farragut State Park in North Idaho Video Rating: 0 / 5

0 comments

Sit Stay Fetch Dog Training Ebook – Review

by Sleddoggin Staff March 31, 2012

by Neil Crosby Article by Steve Gaskin Being a Dog-lover I first came across SitStayFetch while browsing on Clickbank. We have a total of 5 dogs and they’re inside the (quite small) house with us – so you might expect that dog training and dog behaviour would be important to us? Now – my wife [...]

0 comments

Career in Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff March 30, 2012

by lili.chin A career in dog training can be very rewarding. Almost everyone loves dogs and the number of people who own dogs is increasing. There are basically two types of dog training careers available. They are divided up into pet and service dog training. Both are in demand however there are far more opportunities [...]

0 comments

Dog Training Hand Signal – Train Your Dog To Sit With Only Showing Your Hand

by Sleddoggin Staff March 29, 2012

by born1945 Dog training hand signals are a great way to get to know your dog and form a permanent bond with him. This kind of methods are enjoyable to teach and simply to understand for most dogs. Dog training hand signal if the animal insists on getting on furniture anyway, it should be grasped [...]

0 comments