What Do I Do When My Dog Pulls Dvd

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DTB1120
Weight:
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Author:
Turid Rugaas
Publication Year:
2007
ISBN:
9788889006108
Page Count:
56 MINS
Publisher:
Haqihana in Italy
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Turid’s dream is to live in a society where dogs are respected and appreciated for what they are. No one who jerks or drags the dog by his neck; on the contrary, he can sniff interesting smells and look at what is going on around him. If you teach him quietly to walk well with a loose leash, remembering that you should respect his natural curiosity about his surroundings, the relationship with your best friend will grow and flourish. (DVD COVERS MAY VARY AND CHANGE)

All footage of this DVD has been filmed live during Turid Rugaas’s seminars and camps all over the world. This video unites theory and practice in seven different locations to explore what leash work means to Turid and how to learn and practice the techniques and gain an understanding of the philosophy behind them. This menu driven DVD allows you to choose any language with subtitling.

Includes:
• Intro
• The Method
• The right rewarding
• In synthesis: The whole procedure
• In everyday life
• Particular cases: The variation of the method
• Advanced step: The body language
• Equipment
• Puppies and old dogs
• Validity of the method
• Conclusions

Turid Rugaas has been working with dogs for more than forty years. At the end of the 80's, along with her colleague Stale Odegard, she studied, described and systematized "Calming Signals" in the dogs. Her book and videos on the subject in their numerous translations have been, and are, amongst the best sellers in the specific field where they constitute recognized points of reference all over the world. The competence and originality of the operative ideas and proposals complement the ability to communicate and teach in such a way that Turid Rugaas is sought for both her complete courses and campus and also for conferences and symposiums in every corner of the world. The message is loud and clear: instruction and "gentle" training based on positive association exclude those negative.

Video Format: NTSC 16:9 Region: Free

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