3 Steps To Solve Your Dog Training Problem

So, you have a training problem….

You are training your dog for obedience or agility competition and a problem erupts. How do you go about solving it?

Let's say you have been training your dog in obedience and all the Open exercises have been progressing smoothly. But now your dog has started to miss the drop cue on the drop on recall exercise. Or you have a dog competing in agility at the Open level. He had good performances in Novice. But recently your dog has been missing weave entries, after having nice weaves in Novice and in practice. How do you go about solving these problems?

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Welcome to the New FDSA Blog!

Welcome to FDSA's shiny new blog! We look forward to having you look around. But probably hold off on your look-around, because if you do it now, your journey will be short. That's because there's nothing here. Yet! You see, getting this new website up and running was a bit of a project and it took all hands on deck. That didn't leave much time or ...
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PODCAST E89: Barbara Currier - "Learning to Love the Weaves"

Today we talk agility - and specifically weave poles - with Barbara Currier! Whether you're just getting started or stuck and need to problem solve — this is episode for you!

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PODCAST E88: Linda P. Case - Canine Nutrition

​Today we talk to canine nutrition specialist and research enthusiast Linda P Case about how to figure out what's right for our dogs... and to have her debunk a few training myths for us while she's at it.

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