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Ice fishing story made (them more pilot voiceover killed older each lesson positive, had separate play time each day, and been patient and kept your cool, then pup whoa on a dime at any distance that pup can hear you. Any refusal where pup does not whoa on the dime, you MUST back up one step, sometimes several steps. 't rush and remember to your dog even on bad days. If you're having a bad hair day 'T TRAIN THAT DAY. This is a 10 to 15 year bond on average, have fun together! Teaching heel yard work for your Gun dog. The pointing dog should know the command heel. This command is one that is often overlooked but is actually the fundamental building block of later yard work. Other than the dogs' name, and the meaning of no, this is the first command we teach. Follow along with us as we explain step by step how to teach your dog heel. We have some photo's hyperlinked into this text for easy reference. The photos are placed together on another It be easier to read the instructions then go to the photos, which are all sequence. We teach heel first because it is easy command to teach and it is a very good controlling command that doesn't damper hunting spirit. Heel is the ‘jumping off point' for all other yard and fieldwork commands that ties together the command to whoa as well as keeping the dog's head up. It helps with the natural retrieve later as well.For a dog to point with style, they need to understand that they should themselves the field with their head up to efficiently find game and to stay steady at whoa when they find game.They also come to understand that when they are released from heel with the double whistle tap, they are to start running, hunting, and having fun.The heel command does not affect them mentally the field unless improperly applied. Teaching your Gundog to heel is easy. Get a 6 feet leather lead with a heavy snap. Position his collar with the snap hanging straight down under his Hold the lead as demonstrated this A little slack the collar is good. Pat your left leg and walk slowly while circling to your left trying to get him to walk beside your left leg. Click here to view a brief windows movie clip that shows a totally untrained dog begin heeling lessons Click here for a short windows movie clip of lesson two, the same dog Keep mind each lesson is only 10 minutes and separated by several hours note how the dog is attentively looking at me you can the light bulb starting to come on! If he lags behind or away from you, immediately your left leg while saying the heel command. You can crouch slightly while doing this to encourage the dog to come to your side. Remember to keep walking while doing this. This is the hardest part of teaching heel. Once you get the dog heeling, the rest comes easy. If he continues to lag behind or away from you, you have to give a correction but not a painful correction. Do this: With the lead your left hand, correct him by firmly bumping the snap on the lead straight up with your left hand while saying the heel command and then patting your left leg 't bump him too hard or you put him off his training. Only give the correction with a verbal heel. The only other time we use this correction method is when he is heeling but has his nose on the sniffing. We 't ever want our pointing dog with his nose on the He finds birds best with his nose up, right? This is where we start the fundamentals of keeping the dogs' head up. After much repetition, he doesn't even think about walking with his head down. This translates later to the bird field when hunting birds. Our properly heeling dog walks at our left side, his head beside our left leg, and head up with slack the lead. Observe this photo of while he is dragging the lead He should not be fighting you to go his own way. to get him to stay close to you while initially learning to heel, always make left turns circles. We do this that he gets