Dog Handling - Tag - avoidance 2019-04-29T04:07:32+12:00 urn:md5:a6407b570be288920034c4868ce30b5a Dotclear Good Dog Training Newsletter -February 2014 urn:md5:90e1f3107e081eb20c2d4a7918ddaed2 2014-02-03T07:35:00+00:00 2014-02-15T21:24:42+00:00 Raewyn Saville Newsletters avoidancecontroldog behaviourdog trainingsocialisation <p>FREE RUN - A NEW CLASS FOR 2014 Towards the end of last year it became apparent to me that I was failing some of the dogs, and people who come along to Dog Sports. My feelings of failure really came to a head with the three Bella’s. Bella #1 came to me three and a half years ago with her owner Mo. Bella is a Labrador/ Sharpei. She is a... <a href="http://dogsplay.co.nz/dotcl/index.php?post/2014/02/03/Good-Dog-Training-Newsletter-February-2014"><em>Read</em> Good Dog Training Newsletter -February 2014</a></p> Practising Avoidance urn:md5:d08a58e64a9cc5ebe656321ada418323 2012-10-13T15:11:00+01:00 2012-12-07T02:18:58+00:00 Raewyn Saville Dog Handling avoidancedog behaviour <p>rethinking your Dog Training Professional Dog Trainers talk about Avoidance as though it is some sort of difficult thing to do. It isn't but then again it is a non-human compatible process. WHAT?? Okay listen. If we are scared of something as a kid our parents ask us to push the boundaries and get over it. If we are scared of water they... <a href="http://dogsplay.co.nz/dotcl/index.php?post/2012/10/13/Practising-Avoidance"><em>Read</em> Practising Avoidance</a></p>

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