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We show the process of training a dog who has never been worked before, so you can see the progression from session to session. It is much like a slow motion picture of a flower beginning to bloom. Bill teaches and reinforces the SIT command at a young age as part of his retriever puppy training. He then contrasts this with massive amounts of excitement.
These combine to create an absolutely rock steady retriever at a very young age. Bill calls this process the “Traffic Cop. The Revised Edition shows 3 different retriever puppies being trained in front of the camera. Bill explains his way of starting a retriever puppy, to get him started in the right direction. This beginning training will create habits and form a relationship that will be the foundation for any retrieving activities whether it’s hunting ducks, chasing a tennis ball in your backyard, or going into competitive events. The most important part of the beginning stages of Labrador retriever puppy training is to develop a relationship with the puppy that will create a bond or a partnership. This will be based on respect and kindness.
Revised Edition shows three different retriever puppies being trained in front of the camera. This video does NOT show dogs that are already trained. This is a training method dedicated to how you want your puppy to BE more than what you want your puppy to do. Emphasis is put on keeping your puppy in BALANCE. Everyone who starts a working retriever puppy needs to know about Bill’s Hillmann’s traffic cop. It’s an easy and effective method for getting a young puppy started on steadiness and marking. To go to Bill’s website and Blog click here: www.
DVD Package prices are near the bottom left corner of this page. Click on theTV to go to youtube. It will teach you how to develop your new puppy so that he will grow up to be the dog you have always dreamed of – even if you have never trained or owned a dog before, and no matter which breed you have chosen. From the time Nick gets home from the airport as a 7 week old puppy until he becomes a gawky teenager, every part of his upbringing is filmed so you can watch him grow up right on your screen. You can see his scarey beginning days away from his mom and his litter, his first unsure night in his new home and meeting his new family. You will watch the entire process of housebreaking, socialization, early training, obedience, being around kids, grooming, feeding and learning manners. These are all explained AND demonstrated in detail.
First of all, this production shows a specific dog growing up and actually learning the skills he needs to have in life. You will learn how to reinforce and strengthen commands and to make them powerful and reliable even with distractions and to understand the difference between reinforcement and correction. But most of all, this film is about the process of building trust and loyalty and a relationship that will last forever. No other documentary like this is available. We start by teaching the dog to sit with minor distractions as to tossing a bumper on the ground. The “sit” command is reinforced with the remote trainer. It’s done in such a mild way the dog doesn’t realize he’s being taught anything.
It is a true joy and a sense of pride, as well as a necessary component for dogs that are in competition to be able to heel properly. Even if you have no intention of competing with your dog, it is a great benefit to be able to heel your dog in public, in situations where there are distractions, kids, other dogs, traffic, squirrels, rabbits, etc. The subject of this production is teaching the Fetch command. The common term for this is force breaking. A number of years ago Bill decided to work on a process to use the electric collar to reinforce the Fetch command AFTER he has taught force fetch, in a teaching way. Remember the electric collar is used to reinforce a command they ALREADY KNOW. Bill shows the training level he likes the dog to be at before starting to teach Fetch.