Driving The Drive Workshop
Presented by: Allan Bauman
DVD- 7 disc set
DAY ONE: "Control The Reward" workshop in which Allan will recap the children’s exercises and elaborate on how the simple exercises described in “Children and Dogs” and how the simple exercises can be used for more advanced training such as directed hand signals as well as for use in competitive obedience. Driving The Drive Do your ever get the feeling that your are trying to steer your dog into a behavior only to find your dog heading in other directions and distractions. This workshop is intended to help you get control of your dog’s other drives. You will gain an insight on how to refocus your dog’s attention on you. Controlling the Reward (Drives) is fundamental in true control of your dog. You will not want to miss this video if the following challenges intrigue you: You desire to eliminate the challenge of distractions; you desire off-lead control; you desire a simple way to take control of the steering wheel. Calgary, Canada July, 2005
DAY TWO: Full day workshop Establishing Control, Building the Precision Retrieve introduces the Retrieve to gain off leash control. Whether you are planning on using your dog for competitive or recreational retrieving this workshop will give you some very valuable insight to controlling your dog. An often overlooked problem in teaching retrieving is that owners often attempt to teach control and retrieve at the same time. Learn a different insight to this approach. Establishing Control Prior to building and precision on exercises we have to establish control. As in retrieving we often use our competitive exercises to gain that control This can jeopardize the dogs future performance on those exercises. Get the insight to establishing control first.
|Type||DVD universal format|
|Run Time||12 hrs|
|Publisher||Tawzer Dog LLC|
|Copyright||© 2005, Tawzer Dog LLC|
|About The Presenter (BIO)||
Allan Bauman-CPDT has been actively training dogs for over 28 years. He started his early career by successfully competing in Obedience Competitions. This developed into a career of Pet Care and Dog Training. He operated Goldenbrook Kennels for 18 years, where they handle over 300 dogs per week. Through his pet care facility, Allan discovered the need for training family pets. He set the goal of helping the family pet owner to get their rambunctious adolescent puppy under control using gentle, effective methods that even the youngest family member could apply. Allan has become well known for his gentle yet effective methods.
Whether you are looking for building reliability on retrieving or more control on distant commands, you will not want to miss this opportunity for some fresh insights into gentle yet very effective methods. Allan is a Charter Member and Past President of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. He has lectured both nationally and internationally. His book Paw-sitive Dog Training is a recommended read by Dogwise through its reader’s polls. The video version of his book has been named a Top Video of the Year through The Whole Dog Journal.