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This is the second podcast in our series on “Three Aspects of Agility Training”. In this podcast, we talk all about drive in the context of your agility performance. We define drive, discuss how you can build it, and explain the mistakes to avoid that will reduce your dog’s drive for dog agility.
- Episode 115: Three Aspects of Agility Training
- Episode 77: The Secret to All of Dog Agility
- Episode 49: Using Differential Rewards
- Episode 28: Training with Toys
- Episode 10: Training with Food; Training with a Clicker
- Episode 97: Improving Your Transitions During Training
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