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Old 01-23-2013, 11:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Actually, the Natural Balance Sausage works perfect for that. I generally use Beef. It has the perfect consistence for it and a very strong smell and taste.
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Thank you again. I will be heading to Petsmart tomorrow to see if they have it!
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If you have access to bil-jac frozen, you can form a 'tube' of it for using as a lure, have the dog push into it. Most people that use the tube method wear a glove so they don't get chewed up(especially for a young dog w/ food drive!).

Bil-jac isn't the healthiest....though one of the bags I had stated green tripe as the first ingredient! My dogs love it, and I use it only for training and tracking. I can't buy it in MI, but it is available in OH. I use to use the Natural balance but Karlo went off it(overuse?) and the NB is crumbly now and then, depending on the protein.
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MaDeuce looks happy! Should have had your cameraman zoom in on your van decal!
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If you have access to bil-jac frozen, you can form a 'tube' of it for using as a lure, have the dog push into it. Most people that use the tube method wear a glove so they don't get chewed up(especially for a young dog w/ food drive!).

Bil-jac isn't the healthiest....though one of the bags I had stated green tripe as the first ingredient! My dogs love it, and I use it only for training and tracking. I can't buy it in MI, but it is available in OH. I use to use the Natural balance but Karlo went off it(overuse?) and the NB is crumbly now and then, depending on the protein.
Thanks! I will have to use a glove, too. He bit and broke skin the other day when I was using a piece of turkey.
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:03 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Mrs.K, I love, love, LOVE watching you training/working your dogs. When I am working Finn, the picture I have in my mind of what I want is often what I have seen in your videos.
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I can't see it in the video, what sort of collar are you using on her?

Do you just pick random places (like the car park) for your training?
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She's wearing the same Collar as Nala, only in grey but it's always on the dead bolt. I never have it on choke.

I generally chose random places. Dog Park, Baseball Parks, Car Lots, PX Parking lot.

However, most of the time I start out in places that are not too distracting and then move onto random places.
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Mrs.K, I love, love, LOVE watching you training/working your dogs. When I am working Finn, the picture I have in my mind of what I want is often what I have seen in your videos.
Wow, thank you. We are not that good, there are plenty people on here who are far better than us, I just like to share the progress we've been doing from our first steps in competition/schutzhund obedience, because that kind of obedience can't be compared to normal basic pet obedience.
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:27 AM   #20 (permalink)
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That play park looks like its made for agility! Gives me ideas , love your pup is she a Dutch Malinois? I will have to go check out the local 4h park and see what kind of equipment they have for my Liv!


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