Teach Your Dog Hand Targeting

Teach Your Dog to Wait for the Food Bowl
Teach Your Dog to Shake
Train Your Dog to Stay
Teach Your Dog to Heel

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  • If you have to tug on your dog’s collar to get him off the furniture or load him into the car, hand targeting will be a useful tool for you. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to obey hand targeting.
  • Does your dog dive into his food every time you refill the bowl? Training consultant Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to use impulse control and wait for the food bowl.
  • Learning to shake helps dogs get used to having their feet handled, thereby easing the job of a veterinarian or groomer.
  • The stay command is helpful in so many situations, from keeping your dog at your side while you wait for a crosswalk light to change to keeping him still while he is being groomed. Trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to stay.
  • Teaching a dog to heel keeps him safely by your side in heavy traffic, around extreme distractions (such as children at a playground or a squirrel dashing across the road), or just while out on an easy stroll.

If you have to tug on your dog’s collar to get him off the furniture or load him into the car, hand targeting will be a useful tool for you. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to obey hand targeting.

Does your dog dive into his food every time you refill the bowl? Training consultant Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to use impulse control and wait for the food bowl.

Learning to shake helps dogs get used to having their feet handled, thereby easing the job of a veterinarian or groomer.

The stay command is helpful in so many situations, from keeping your dog at your side while you wait for a crosswalk light to change to keeping him still while he is being groomed. Trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to stay.

Teaching a dog to heel keeps him safely by your side in heavy traffic, around extreme distractions (such as children at a playground or a squirrel dashing across the road), or just while out on an easy stroll.

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