Dog Obedience Games
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Dog Obedience Games
Training Activities

Training Activities are a way to practice skills during group classes. Have you ever looked around the room when students are supposed to be practicing a certain skill? There are usually some students that are not doing anything. This may be because they are either unclear as to what they are supposed to be doing so they don't do anything at all, or they tried it once and think they are "done", or it may be they are just plain bored. These training activities will solve that while keeping students involved, engaged, learning and having FUN!

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"Last night the Basic Cues and Manners Class played "Mind Your P's and Cues". They had just learned STAY and LEAVE IT in their fifth week of class.  It was a welcome change in pace to the normal learning pattern.

 

My assistant said "they LOVE this!"  What we noticed was that people were very busy and interacting positively with their dogs making a huge difference, of course, to the responses they were getting. The dogs were engaged because the people were engaged.

It was fun seeing how they put their cues together to present to class and it also gave me, the instructor, a chance to see where they need help.
SUCCESS!"

~ Diane Garrod