In my clinics and seminars there are many people there who have dogs that have been bred primarily for the show ring, but many of these people want to do field work as well…but many of these dogs seem to have low desire. I have decided to make a series of short videos where I work with a young female golden retriever. Both of her parents are grand champions, in other words they are both elite show dogs.
But shouldn’t this puppy have the fun of being successful in the field as well? So I’m going to show my process of developing desire and at the same time teach the fetch command.
If you have Flatcoats, Curly Coats, German Shorthairs, Poodles, Brittany Spaniels, Springer Spaniels, Boykin Spaniels, Pointers and Setters etc or any breed that may not have been bred exclusively for the highest levels of retrieving competition these short videos may be helpful to you.
This is Tart’s first lesson in the video series demonstrating the process to create maximum desire. After this first demonstration I will jot down a list of rules to keep in mind as you follow the training sequence. Keep in mind that both of Tart’s parents are show champions.