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Ultimate Puppy Program

Ultimate Puppy Program

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  1. Daryl SIMOURD

    This looks amazing. Unfortunately, I didn’t do that when my puppy was little. He’s 1 year old now and so much bigger and faster than your adorable puppy. I am nervous about letting him off leash while we practice – if he get’s distracted, he may get a long way away from me in a short period of time. I was thinking that using a long leash may work?
    My other question is, sometimes when my pup gets distracted, he elevates quite quickly into barking and not able to listen. I have completed your reactivity course and I wonder if there is a difference between excited and reactive. Any suggestions in this case?
    Finally we had a situation last week and I am looking for ideas about how to handle it better. We are in agility, and have just completed the 4th class. There are 2 or 3 other dogs in the class. Last week, one of the other owners brought her 2 young boys. They were quiet and calm while they watched, and my dog noticed them and was getting a bit distressed. I moved him away and fed him treats while we waited for his turn. He still was a bit agitated. He went through the tunnel perfectly and then turned and ran toward the boys, barking. They were calm and slowly and quietly walked away, he continued to follow barking. I walked quickly (should I have run?) behind to catch up. I finally was able to get a hold of him and we moved away until he calmed down to eat treats and then we went outside for a bit of a break. Interestingly, later in the class we were on another piece of equipment and they were sitting in chairs and he didn’t even seem to notice them even though they were much closer.

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