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labman63 wrote:I had a crasher once. Came back harder than he went. I fixed this with a whistle sit about 5 to 10 ft then calmly called him to heel. Your foot work is important. Step back with heeling side foot and hold your hand out as if opening a door for a lady. After awhile it will click where he is to come to heel.
Yep...I didn't even see this when I posted, spot on!
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Use a place board and make him return to his place, not at heel. Then you slowly can get closer to the board to see if he bumps you
I would guess that would help clean thins up
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