Handler Skills In Protection

Handler Skills In Protection

Critical skills to improve communication between the dog and the Handler in Protection. Many conflicts arise when the dog is unclear or has certain expectations that are not met. Being a good Handler makes Helper work much easier. Check out here…


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  1. My only concern is using the term “Helper” to activate the dog, then using “Helper, step out/back, etc” in a trial and managing to keep the dog from leaking or exploding. Otherwise, I really love this version of the cradle!

    1. It is always optional to use activation word. Instead you can teach your dog to look at the Helper when you say “Helper”step back, etc.

      Glad you find the rest useful.

  2. Excellent transition after the dog is calm marker “Yep” and activation again .