Lincoln is a 5 month old Great Pyrenees, we have been working hard with him to not pull on leash walks or pull his owners to get anything he thinks is more interesting out in public. Here you can see our training session where we are proofing all his hard work loose leash walking. Lincoln and his owner are walking through a crowded park with other dogs, kids and a band playing. 🙌
We are so proud of this puppy and his dedicated owners! 🐕🎉
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Today we got to celebrate with Max for his 1st birthday!!! 🥳 we are glad to have him in our crew here at Heights! Happy Birthday bud! Enjoy these pictures of Max enjoying his birthday treat! 😋
Bosley struggled a little today at the pet store. There were a couple people shopping that made Bosley uncomfortable. Instead of taking him away from the stimulus, I worked Bosley through it. I wish I had a video of him towards the end of our visit. He was much calmer and more relaxed.
Hello! Wow things have been crazy busy recently. Involving a house move, coursework deadlines & company changes all at the same time as @k9dc going from 0-100mph in the blink of an eye now that life is returning to normal 😅
So I’m super behind with what I’ve been up to training & behaviour wise! But I’ve met some wonderful dogs, fabulous owners and can’t wait to fill you in on them all.
Let’s start with this beautiful young lady who is currently staying with me (and sleeping under my desk as we speak!). One of the behaviours her owners have requested help with is her jumping up! So we’ve been working on reinforcing all four paws 🐾 on the floor in a variety of situations, starting off very basic/easy and gradually building up the levels of excitement. One particular trigger being leant over greetings! Swipe to see if those paws left the ground...⬅️
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Dogs are big on sniffing- that’s something every dog owner can confirm. From the awkward crotch sniffers to mutts that act like their great-grandad was a certified bloodhound, every pooch has different sniffing habits. The reason why your pet is so keen on sniffing? Their nose is their most powerful tool for exploring his surroundings. Though dogs have the same five senses that people do, their sense of smell is infinitely stronger than ours. Their nose has 60 times more receptors, clocking in at a whopping 300 million scent receptors in your dog’s honker. This is why a dog’s sense of smell is the primary way he takes in information about the world around him. For a dog, sniffing things is an automatic behavior – this is how he experiences the world, the same way you experience the world through vision.
That’s why it’s so important that you let your dog sniff things while he is out on a walk. If you deny them sniffing, it’s the same as you having to walk around blindfolded. Not much fun, eh? Your dog’s innate instincts are to explore the world with his nose, and preventing them from doing so is never a good idea. You don’t necessarily have to indulge him every time, but you should remember that the walk is for his benefit. If your dog wants to sniff something for a few seconds, let him!
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7 2296 hours ago
Hunde denken in Räumen, sie besitzen ein angeborenes Gefühl für (territoriale) Grenzen und kommunizieren miteinander sogar über die Verwaltung dieser Räume.
❓Was sind Räume?
▶️ Räume sind (wie auch Management, s. vorheriger Post) kein ungefähres Wort.
Jedoch bezeichnen sie in der Hundesprache keine Räumlichkeiten, wie wir sie seit der Kinderstube kennen - Wohnzimmer, Küche, dein Zimmer, mein Zimmer.
Viel mehr sind die Räume eher unsichtbar und werden von Faktoren bestimmt wie
- Sichtbare Grenzen z.B. Zäune, Wege, Horizont...
- Olfaktorische Botschaften, also Gerüche
- u. v. m.
❕Eines haben alle Räume allerdings gemeinsam:
Sie werden von einem Individuum
▶️ 𝐈𝐦 𝐈𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐫𝐞𝐧 𝐠𝐞𝐟ü𝐡𝐥𝐭 und dann
▶️ 𝐍𝐚𝐜𝐡 𝐚𝐮ß𝐞𝐧 𝐡𝐢𝐧 𝐤𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐮𝐧𝐢𝐳𝐢𝐞𝐫𝐭
Auch eine Individualdistanz ist ein Raum um den jeweiligen Hund herum. Er ist nicht orts-, sondern individuumsgebunden und kann je nach Tagesform und Außenreizen variieren.
Wenn wir Menschen lernen, wie wir Räume wahrnehmen, definieren und unseren Hunden davon erzählen können - dann liegt uns einer der natürlichsten Wege der Kommunikation offen 🤍 für mehr 🆆🅸🆁-🅶🅴🅵ü🅷🅻 🤍
Chris has been working with us for a couple months now and is becoming a more confident handler everyday. He dives into the work and really connects with each dog. And as you can see, he’s dependable rain or shine. @bkchrissmith22