Elaine, Ok, but shouldn't you give a diff word
for the flip vs going around? That's what I'm
asking. If you say "heel", then they come flip to
side in heel positition & another word to have them
go around you to heel positition?
Just trying to see what "most" use to get dog in heel
positition, flip or around body style? If they use the flip type
heel, do they require their dog to go to that positition
from a recall?
Yes, I am trying to keep when I say heel as a work, obed mode
cue. I see people use this for reg dog walks, but I am
trying not to do this. I do not want pullers on a lead for reg
walks & we do so, so with that, but still would like a word to
come up with so they walk nice at my side, like, heel, but hate
to use as I did not want to mess up a competition focus heel.
Hope this makes sense & hoping more will chime in please &
give tips that works for them.
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