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PostSubject: mush training   Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:36 pm

Mishka for a while had gee and haw down (please note that i train her these commands everyday during exorcise) and now she wont do them and when i hook her up to my bike she wont do any of them not even hike why? and she wont stop trying to hurt my cats and drag me off the bike when an other animal crosses path
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PostSubject: Re: mush training   Tue Apr 15, 2014 7:33 pm

There will be a retraining curve when you go from initial exercise training commands to actually hooking a dog up in harness. The nice thing is you have brakes and the most control on your side. As you approach your turn, tell her 'get ready to *direction', this should get her attention that you have an expectation coming up, then give her the direction to turn. If she doesn't, stop. Do not keep going. Tell her what your expectation is again, if she even looks in the right direction immediately reward that and tell her 'yes, direction'. Initial runs will be a lot slower and a lot more stop and go until she understands the expectations.

However, it sounds as though you have a dog that has extreme prey drive. Your cats may never truly be safe around her...once she is in working mode you should be able to keep her on course. If not, stop and re-enforce an on by command. Not every dog is cut out to be in a lead position, which can be a challenge if you only have the one dog. Though it's not impossible as long as you remain consistent in your training.
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PostSubject: Re: mush training   Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:16 pm

Thanks so much she seems to do better in a field or an empty parking lot
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