BEGINNER – INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED – ONLINE TRAINING VIDEOS
[Whistling – To encourage the dog]
A sheep or cattle dog
can be a wonderful asset when it comes to managing livestock,
but unfortunately nice work like, this rarely happens by chance.
Young dogs often get over excited, completely uncontrollable,
even aggressive when they first encounter livestock,
but that’s perfectly natural.
Come on – Nan, [Clapping]
To be honest, I’m more worried when they don’t!
Nan – that’ll do.
The over-aggressive over-excited dog, just needs training, and it’ll be fine,
but a dog which ignores the stock,
can sometimes be difficult to get working at all.
Doris, come on.
Our training tutorials
cover a wide variation of types of dog that you’re likely to encounter,
from the most aggressive ones
which seem obsessed with destroying the stock,
right through to the ones that apparently
want nothing to do with herding at all.
Somewhere in the middle ground,
are the dogs with what’s known as “too much eye”.
Come on Mab! Mab, Mab!
We don’t like the term “too much eye”.
It suggests the dog has a permanent physical fault,
when in fact what we call “sticky dogs”
simply have a relatively easily cured, confidence problem.
Our training tutorials
don’t just show you what should happen in an ideal situation.
Confidence, aggression, not wanting to work,
and many other problems, are all covered, in the tutorials.
When you train a dog to work stock,
even if you’re the best trainer in the world,
things are going to go wrong from time to time
because animals can be unpredictable.
It’s important that we show you the correct way to plan your training,
to try to ensure success first time,
but in the real world, inevitably some things will go wrong.
Away – LIE DOWN!
This is why we go out of our way,
to prepare you for the most likely things that’ll go wrong,
and show you what you can do,
to increase the chance of success next time.
Training a dog to work stock can be difficult and frustrating at times,
especially when you’re a beginner,
Lie down – look at your tail!
and you don’t understand what’s happening.
It’s obviously going to be far easier,
if you know what to expect,
and how best to get control of the dog quickly.
The easiest trap to fall into, is blaming the dog,
but if you really understand sheep and cattle dog training,
you’ll know that when things go wrong, it’s very rarely the dog’s fault.
If you’d like to get a better understanding of your dog,
and find a far easier way to train it to work livestock,
go to theworkingsheepdog.com
and signup for a month, or a year’s membership.
Monthly and yearly recurring payments
are paid for by credit or debit card,
but if you prefer to pay for a year
with a one-off, non-recurring fee,
that can be made either by card, or PayPal.
We now offer a choice of eighteen currencies for payment,
and once you’ve seen enough,
Simply cancel your account with the link
which appears at the top of the Welcome Page, when you log into your account.
If you cancel, you can continue to watch the tutorials
until the end of the period you’ve paid for.
Come, come, come, come, come.
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Look for the FREE TUTORIAL link.
Sign-up at The Working Sheepdog Website – and let’s get started!
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More than SEVENTY, clearly explained, easy to follow, sheep and cattle dog training videos, for novice sheepdog trainers, farmers, and shepherds.
We want you to get the maximum benefit from our sheepdog training tutorials. Simply choose between regular automatic monthly or annual payments (simple to cancel) or make a single payment for one year’s access.
With either plan you can watch the videos as many times as you like while your membership is valid. We regularly add new tutorials too! Here’s a list of the topics we’ve covered so far.