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I want to teach my boy to fuß like this but will use the command "heel" since he already knows fuß as coming around me and sitting. It's been something I've been meaning to ask my trainer. The person in the video makes it look so smooth and easy.


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I want to teach my boy to fuß like this but will use the command "heel" since he already knows fuß as coming around me and sitting. It's been something I've been meaning to ask my trainer. The person in the video makes it look so smooth and easy.


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the person in the video, that's me. ;-)
You can say what you want. For the dog it must be 100 % sure, what which wort is meaning. So here by me it is called ,, Fuß,, because it is the ,, fuß,, - position and when we go fuß than it is also called fuß. Important ist, that you have one word.

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I made the mistake with Ilka of using "heel" for both a left and right finish, and just using a hand signal to differentiate the two. With Leo, I am using "heel" for a right finish, and "swing" for a left.
 
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