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Crate Games are a very effective way to (re)introduce a dog to its crate (after we have stayed at home for months in a pandemic, for example). Crate Game are also an excellent means to finesse obedience skills, practice impulse and boundary control, and sending dogs to a "Place".
Hexe's first training session at 11 weeks old. She learns to follow food, stays attentive to me, discovers how her body can move, works on lateral movements, experiences continuous engagement and basic skills in a playful fashion. I encourage all owners with young puppies to do a similar immersion to obedience training.
Obedience with Rufus the Westy
Rufus in action about 5 days after arrival in my in kennel training program. He came to me on Prozac, biting at free will when his mood struck him so. At first, he refused all interactions with me including the taking of food from my hand for about 4-5 days until we made some break through progress. In this session, Rufus is blossoming and getting very excited with the skills I am asking him to do for me. He was fully weaned of Prozac in this video.
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