In this episode (34:35)
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk with Jennifer Crank and Sarah Baker about how they manage their time and their dog from the moment they take them out of a crate for a run to the moment they put them back in the crate after the run.
You Will Learn
- When and how to get your dog ready to run.
- How to structure your dog’s reinforcement schedule around each run at a trial.
- Common mistakes people make before and after runs.
- The big mistake people make when using food before their run.
- How to use toys or your dog’s leash effectively.
- Why bicycles are so unstable.
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