In episode 50, I give you the starting steps of training a deaf dog. Also, I answer some questions in the update section from the U.K., Australia and Canada. In answer to one of the listener’s questions I also give you a quick overview of what the online dog training video course covers.
If you’d like to know more about PUP Dog Rescue and more about how to find a good rescue organization, as well as get some tips about picking a good rescue dog for you, here’s my interview with Laura Tonkin (She’s the Director of PUP Dog Rescue)
High value treats (usually, cut up pieces of hot dog work well)
Condition attention getting with vibration and develop your positive visual marker
Introduce Sit with visual arm signal
Introduce a casual “come over to me” (not really a formal recall yet, but it’s just a remedial exercise to help with introducing Loose leash waking)
Loose leash Walking (This exercise may be very similar to the regular loose leash walking exercise with the exception of adding your arm signal to cue ”come over to me” exercise if he looks confused when he gets the leash guidance when he runs out of the full length of the leash)
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