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What are your training videos of choice?

Thanks to this lovely forum and some creative use of search engines, I've found BowWowFlix.com.
For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it's a Netflix type service that rents out dog training DVDs.

Anyway, I'm building up my queue and I'm curious what everyone's training videos of choice are; whether it be for puppy raising, general obedience, dog sports, etc. Fire away!


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Think it really matters what you are training.... for agility, really love most of the DVD's recommended at Clean Run: Best Sellers






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I've been renting bowwowflix for about a year. I get many videos that are usually SchH related. I have been renting some of the wellness/health/behavioral videos too. In my queue now is an aggression set by Brenda Aloff.

As MRL posted, it depends on what you are training in/for.

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Silvia Trkman's Ready Steady Go is probably my favorite dog training DVD ever. It says it's for Speed and Conditioning (for agility) but it is so really about so much more. Really, it's about how to have a great relationship with your dog and how help them be all they can be. Very little of of the DVD is about agility at all, just the very last section.
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I started with Micheal Ellis's dvd on engagement, then Focused Heeling, then the one on tug - the rest of his I am still waiting on being in stock <sigh>. From there got the one on Crate Training, which is really about more then just the crate, finally now viewing the dvds on BAT.
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As MRL posted, it depends on what you are training in/for.
Very true but, I wanted to know what just what people were using in general for any category of training. Puppy information, SchH, agility, etc.


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I love Michael Ellis, starting with his "training with food" and going on up. Sylvia Trkman I love as well. Again, depends on what you are after.

I look for positive training method DVD's for obedience/agility/trick type training.
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