Category – Pace (Slowing)

Tutorials which include ways to improve and control the dog’s pace when it works stock.

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Stopping the Dog (Parts 1-3)

Stopping the Dog (Parts 1-3)
Teach your dog to stop well on command, without damaging its confidence The three completely revised tutorials delve into the thorny issue of getting your dog to stop, in much more detail than the earlier versions. They explain why your dog doesn’t want to stop, and what you can do to make it more likely that the dog will heed your stop command. The videos encourage you to look closely at your relationship with your dog, especially the amount of … Watch

How Can I Slow The Dog Down?

How Can I Slow The Dog Down?
Things you can do to make your dog calm down and work more steadily Probably the most common question we get asked about sheepdog training is how to slow the dog down. Of course, there’s no “quick fix” for getting a keen dog to work at a steadier pace, but you’ll be surprised how many things tend to speed it up! This video tutorial takes an in-depth look at the reasons why herding dogs often work very fast, and suggests … Watch

Tess in the Open Field

Tess in the Open Field
A complete training session, packed with important training examples As well as learning specific sheepdog training topics, we like to show you complete training sessions. This helps keep the topics in context and gives the viewer a better understanding of the dog’s skill level when it undertakes various tasks. In this session, Tess (who features in the popular tutorial ”) has graduated to working outside the training ring. In this video, she’s learning to widen her flanks not cross over … Watch

Backwards is the way forward

Backwards is the way forward
Our single most useful exercise, once you have control of the dog It’s boring – and it might appear pointless to the novice, but walking backwards with the dog bringing the sheep up to you is the single most important exercise you can do once your dog has basic control of the sheep. It improves pace, working distance, the stop, sheep control, and much more. As well as clearly demonstrating how to get a strong dog to bring the sheep … Watch

Calm but Firm

Calm but Firm
It’s so important to appear calm, even when you’re not! A dog which is aggressive with the sheep, but runs away as soon as the trainer attempts to correct it, is among the most difficult dogs to train. Audrey not only fits this description perfectly, but just for good measure, refuses to go “Away” around the sheep too. The Calm but Firm tutorial will show you how to cope with these difficult dogs. Featuring footage from actual training sessions … Watch

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