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Leerburg's Dog Training Podcast

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Ed Frawley has owned and trained dogs for over 45 years. He has bred over350 litters of working bloodline German Shepherds in the last 30 years! Hehas been a police K9 handler for 10 years and was chairman of the trainingcommittee for the Wisconsin Police K9 Assoc. for several years. He hascompeted in AKC obedience training, Schutzhund, and at one time was a herdingJudge for the AKC. In 1982 Ed started to produce dog training videos andsince that time he has produced over 120 dog training videos and DVD's. Hisweb site, leerburg.com is over 10,000 pages which includes a web discussionboard that has 8,500 members and an archive of over 100,000 posts.

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Ed Frawley has owned and trained dogs for over 45 years. He has bred over350 litters of working bloodline German Shepherds in the last 30 years! Hehas been a police K9 handler for 10 years and was chairman of the trainingcommittee for the Wisconsin Police K9 Assoc. for several years. He hascompeted in AKC obedience training, Schutzhund, and at one time was a herdingJudge for the AKC. In 1982 Ed started to produce dog training videos andsince that time he has produced over 120 dog training videos and DVD's. Hisweb site, leerburg.com is over 10,000 pages which includes a web discussionboard that has 8,500 members and an archive of over 100,000 posts.

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Excellent!

By Zeke302 - Jun 30 2015
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Leerburg never disappoints! These podcasts are a great way to take their wealth of knowledge with you on the go. Like all of Leerburg's instructional material, these podcasts warrant multiple listens in order to get the most out of them. Thank you Leerburg!

iTunes Ratings

32 Ratings
Average Ratings
16
8
3
0
5

Excellent!

By Zeke302 - Jun 30 2015
Read more
Leerburg never disappoints! These podcasts are a great way to take their wealth of knowledge with you on the go. Like all of Leerburg's instructional material, these podcasts warrant multiple listens in order to get the most out of them. Thank you Leerburg!
Cover image of Leerburg's Dog Training Podcast

Leerburg's Dog Training Podcast

Updated 4 days ago

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Ed Frawley has owned and trained dogs for over 45 years. He has bred over350 litters of working bloodline German Shepherds in the last 30 years! Hehas been a police K9 handler for 10 years and was chairman of the trainingcommittee for the Wisconsin Police K9 Assoc. for several years. He hascompeted in AKC obedience training, Schutzhund, and at one time was a herdingJudge for the AKC. In 1982 Ed started to produce dog training videos andsince that time he has produced over 120 dog training videos and DVD's. Hisweb site, leerburg.com is over 10,000 pages which includes a web discussionboard that has 8,500 members and an archive of over 100,000 posts.

Rank #1: The Groundwork to Becoming a Pack Leader - Part 1

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This podcast teaches how to establish a relationship with a new dog. It explains how to develop a bond and a working relationship with a new dog. This podcast was developed from the article I wrote of the same title.

Mar 15 2006

25mins

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Rank #2: Ground Work to Becoming Your Puppy's Pack Leader

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This 21 minute podcast explains how Ed Frawley from Leerburg Kennels raises puppies in his home. Ed has bred over 350 litters of German Shepherds in the last 30 years. This podcast explains how to develop a family pack structure that a puppy understands. It explains how to establish a relationship of trust and understanding between a puppy and a new owner. People who ignore pack structure when they raise pups are people who have dominant dogs with behavioral problems.

Apr 13 2006

21mins

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Rank #3: Traning Puppies NOT TO BITE

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This podcast teached people how to deal with puppies that bite. When pet owners bring a cute little puppy home and it turns into an alligator, most people don't know what to do. This podcast explains why this is happening and offers several options to solve the problem.

Mar 21 2006

8mins

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Rank #4: The Theory of Motivation in Dog Training

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One of the most important concepts that every new pet owner must learn, if they want to become an effective dog trainer, is how to motivate their dog to want to follow commands and participate in training. When people first begin to train their dog many confuse “rewarding their dog” with “motivating their dog”. While these two concepts are very close in nature there is a difference.

Mar 12 2007

36mins

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Rank #5: Training the Place Command to Your Family Pet

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The place command is probably the second most important obedience command after the come command. New dog trainers often completely miss how important and usefulness the place command.They think training a dog to sit, lay down, come and stay are all the commands they need when in fact being able to send your dog to HIS PLACE when guests knock at the door or when you are eating or watching TV or working on your computer will quickly become your favorite command.

Jul 21 2006

18mins

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