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Time exactly every the following am grand opening ceremony removing of advanced body signal is seen during heeling. Handlers learn to turn their head several steps before making a turn. They look the direction they are about to turn. formal competition heeling dogs are often trained to look at the side of the handlers face. They quickly learn that when they their handlers head turn signal they need to get prepared to stay with you the turn. Trainers need to think about unintentionally adding a signal to their training because they can create problems. example of this just came up our home. is training her Mal to STAND from a sit. This exercise is needed for Mondio Ring Sport training. When her dog sat front, she would signal the dog to STAND by stepping closer to the dog as she put both hands up and under his It didn't take for the dog to catch on and learn the signal to stand. The problem developed when we realized the dog was reacted to the signal of her stepping forward and not the hands going under the During the sit-stay when she walked to her dog it would stand. It took work to change the dogs thinking on this. The first step training always begins by getting your dog engaged with you. By that I mean your dog must be focused on you, he must want to interact with you and he must want what you have The image of a dog that is engaged with his handler is a dog that ignores everything his environment when his handler takes him out. The dog bounces around and looks into the face of the handler as if to say Hey lets play. When you have that attitude you have true engagement. When you have that you have a dig that is ready to learn. If you 't have engagement you are going to have a real battle trying to teach a dog any behaviors. There is a large segment engagement and getting a dog past environmental stressors DVD on THE POWER OF TRAINING DOGS WITH FOOD. This work is beyond the scope of this article. One of the most difficult concepts for new trainers to grasp the marker system is WHERE DO I BEGIN TRAINING? HOW DO YOU START WHERE DO I START? The answer depends on the exercise and if your going to shape the exercises, split the exercise or help the dog by luring it through the learning phase. The DVD I produced titled The Power of Training Dogs with Markers explains and demonstrates the concept of marker training. It shows how timing effects understanding and it breaks the system down people really get a feel for the system. The DVD I did with on The Power Of Training Dogs with Food teaches people how to set up a training program which using markers is the driving force behind the system. has developed a step by step system of using markers to build a foundation from which exercises and behaviors can be trained. The fact is these 2 DVDs have 7 hours and 35 minutes of detailed information this system. The second DVD I did with covers how to play tug with your dog. This DVD is the last part of the foundation for 's System. Once you have established his foundation you can use that base to teach behavior. To get a feel for this go read the testimonials from people who have come before you. You can watch two other streaming videos on training a human on these links: One of the best ways to get a true feeling for marker training is to train a friend. I am dead serious when I say this. DVD that I did on marker training I included