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Many dog owners choose Canine Good Citizen training as the first step in training their dogs. The Canine Good Citizen Program lays the foundation for other AKC
activities such as obedience, agility, tracking, and performance events.
This course specifically focuses on teaching dog trainers how to manage dogs that lunge, pull, and bark while on a leash. It can serve as a starting point for
addressing general aggressive dog behaviors.
The French ring and Mondio Ring decoys are the most skilled decoys in all of the biting dog sports.
The information in this course will help train decoys in every biting sport, including police service work.
In the first class in a 3-part series, learn the groundwork skills and behaviors fundamental to the heeling relationship as well as core concepts necessary for
preparation to more advanced stages training.
This course is designed to help you build a strong foundation for your new gun dog puppy. We believe that
building an active, eager, bold and confident training partner is the first step towards having a great hunting dog.
This course aims to give you the tools, confidence, and help needed to help your relationship with your [small] dogs, as well as dispel any misconceptions regarding
the training and capability of small dogs.
“Leerburg has a good course here. I have only been training dogs on my own now for 3 years, and this course is very informative. I hope Leerburg continues
with this online course training. I take classes as my work schedule permits, and taking this in the evenings after work was perfect.”
“Forrest has a real eye for breaking down what he sees on the video assignments and giving clear suggestions on how to move forward. Even as a trainer
with some experience I found his beginner Heeler's Toolbox class very helpful in fixing some of the holes in my training.”