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Do's & Don'ts

Does your Dog:

Sit, lie down and come on ONE command?

Walk on a leash without pulling?

Go inside his crate when asked?

Stay when you tell him to?

Does your Dog:

Scoot out the door at every opportunity?

Jump on your guests?

Steal off your counters?

Bark too much?

Steal your laundry?

Is your dog afraid of:

thunder?
fireworks?
vacuum cleaners?
dog brushes?
men wearing hats?
loud noises?

We can fix all of the above without punishments or aversive techniques.

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Pawcision/Practical Precision Obedience Videos

 

Novice Stand for Exam: This is an exercise in the Novice level of competition obedience where the dog stands in place without moving while the judge examines him.  Stand

The application of this exercise is for your dog to stand while you put on a harness and leash, brush him or do anything else that requires your dog to be in a stand.  Put on Leash and Stand & Brush

Novice Recall: This is an exercise in the Novice level of competition obedience where the dog is left in a sit and told to come.  Come

The application of this exercise is having your dog come when you call him, even past food on the floor or other distractions. Come Past Bag of Food

Long Down:  This is an exercise in the Novice level of competition obedience where dogs are left in a down while the handler is across the room. Long Down

The application of this exercise is to have your dog stay in a down or a sit on his bed. Sit/Stay on Bed

Finish Right and Finish Left:  These behaviors are when the dog circles around your right or left side and sits on your left in heel position. Right and Left Finishes

The application of these behaviors is for your dog to come around a pole, tree or other barrier when the leash is tangled. Right Finish application | Left Finish Application 1 | Left Finish Application 2

Heeling:  All levels of competition obedience require dogs to walk with their handlers in heel position. Heel

The application of this exercise is to have your dog close to your side in the presence of other dogs or a lot of distractions. Heel With Other Dog

Drop on Recall: This exercise is at the Novice level of competition obedience and requires the dog to go into a down while coming to the handler. Drop on Recall

The application of the exercise is to stop your dog from running to you if he is about to run into a road or there is another reason to briefly stop him from coming to you. Drop on Recall application

Retrieve on the Flat:  This exercise is at the Open level of competition obedience and requires the dog to retrieve a dumbbell. Take It

The application of this exercise is for your dog to pick up and bring you items you drop. Oops Keys

Moving Stand:  This exercise is at the Utility level of competition obedience and requires the dog to stop moving on cue while the handler continues to move. Moving Stand

The application of this exercise is to be able to stop your dog even when you want to contiue forward without your dog, as when saying hello to someone else’s dog. Stand Gate Other Dog

Fronts:  All level of competition obedience require your dog to come and sit in front of you. Front

The application of this behavior is to have your dog sit close in front of you at the vet or groomer so that they can perform their jobs. Front Check Ears

Scent Discrimination:  This exercise if performed that the Utility level of competition obedience and requires the dog to select both a leather and metal article with your scent from a group of identical articles with someone else’s scent on them.  Leather Scent Article | Metal Scent Article

Go Out and Sit:  This is part of the Directed Jumping exercise in Utility Obedience.  The dog is required to move away from you until cued sit. Go Out Sit

The application of this is to send your dog into a crate, to a bed or to go down the stairs or into the house ahead of you. Go Out Mat | Go Out Sit Crate