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Category – Driving


Training tutorials relevant to teaching a dog to drive stock away from the handler.

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Sending the Dog the Wrong Way!

Sending the Dog the Wrong Way!
No! Not a mistake! Use this technique to widen your dog’s flanks One of the best ways to get a dog to give the sheep space when it’s flanking is to use a technique we call “sending the dog the wrong way”. Once you can achieve this, you and your dog are well on the way to producing quality work – but it’s not easy. As with so many other aspects of sheepdog training, once you understand why the dog … Watch now

Inside Flanks (Circle on Command) 1 & 2

Inside Flanks (Circle on Command) 1 & 2
Take your dog’s skill to a higher level Dramatically improve your sheepdog or cattle dog’s work with this important two-part tutorial. Even if the dog’s already competent at driving, teaching inside flanks or circling on command will not necessarily be easy. Once the dog can do it, the dog’s confidence and control over the stock will grow considerably. In part one of this tutorial, Andy demonstrates how he uses tricks, commands, encouragement and lots of excitement, to teach the dog … Watch now

Driving (Parts 1-3)

Driving (Parts 1-3)
THREE TUTORIALS to help you teach your dog to drive PART 1.Some sheepdog trainers dread teaching their dog to drive and it’s understandable, because when we ask a dog to take the sheep or cattle away, it’s contrary to the dog’s instinct. If you understand what’s going on though, it becomes much simpler, and more enjoyable for dog and trainer. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to ease the dog into driving and reduce the stress involved when we ask … Watch now

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