“I’m having trouble with my OUT,” he said as I met him on the grassy field. “My dog just won’t let go of the toy. And when he does finally
She stepped out into the grassy field. Chuck-it in hand, and dog prancing gleefully at her side, she thought about work, and her mounting to-do list and then pushed it
“Check out this video. What do you think? I’d love your opinion” It was sent to me by a friend and it was a video of her young dog starting bitework.
“Drag him back,” the decoy coached. The dog barked wildly, threatening to take his handler to the ground as he pulled to reach his target. He wanted to bite. It’s
The dog is insane. It’s no secret. If you met him, you’d quickly realize he has more drive than sense. He’s a bull in a china shop, and he’d have no
The tug was made of leather, roughly stitched, with two bright red handles fashioned from a strip of utility webbing. Being the MacGyver style, former Navy SEAL that he was, he
“Out!” I called, holding the toy firmly in one hand as I spoke the word, a lead in my other hand attached to the dog in front of me. I
“An out to a guard?” I asked. It was more a statement than a question, as I knew what was coming next. The decoy nodded, the massive 90lb Malinois’ jaws shut