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by sdchargers on 06 July 2018 - 13:07

Looking for a board and train for the BH, start the dog out right, any recommendations here in the USA?

by Koach on 06 July 2018 - 18:07

Where are you situated in the USA.

This person is really good, caring and reasonable but she is in the Montreal, Québec, Canada.

http://www.facebook.com/Alliance-Dog-Training-143181949647782/

If you wanted some added bite work to the BH:

http://www.facebook.com/jeanphilippe.mills

Ask them for some videos of their work. Excelllent in both cases.

 

susie

by susie on 06 July 2018 - 19:07

I don't know why you are looking for a trainer, but BH is no rocket science, it's just about heel, sit, down, stay, some distractions like in normal life - the basic stuff a dog should know.
The most difficult for a new handler is to learn the pattern 😎
Take a look at some of the 1000s of BH videos, and read the official trial instructions.
In case there is absolutely no club in your surrounding I'd train by myself, enter for a club trial somewhere, be there 2 days prior to the event, train on their training field, and participate.
A dog trained by someone else may listen to its trainer but not necessarily to you...and the dog is not able to understand why all of this happens - believe me, it's no fun for the dog, whereas training your own dog is fun!

In case you already know all of this and you are just looking for a professional, forget what I wrote.

Off topic, but a "trainer" should not need more than 4 or 6 weeks for a BH (ask for the date of the next available trial, otherwise you may wait several months for your dog, and professional training and boarding in the States is not cheap...).

Good luck!

by sdchargers on 06 July 2018 - 22:07

Thank you Koach, yes thats a little far but it looks like they do great foundation work

Western Rider (admin)

by Western Rider on 07 July 2018 - 00:07

Might help if you give an idea of the area you are willing to send you dog.

by sdchargers on 07 July 2018 - 00:07

I am willing to send from California to Florida, i never even thought about Canada till Koach mentioned it
Q Man

by Q Man on 07 July 2018 - 13:07

Have you thought about visiting local Schutzhund Clubs...Seeing other dogs and meeting some of the members...You will probably find someone that's willing to help you...It would make it where you can see your dog and progress along with being a bit less expensive...
You can also keep up with How your dog is being trained so you can continue the training when you get your dog back...You might enjoy the club and the training...

~Bob~
LOVE THY SHEPHERD

by LOVE THY SHEPHERD on 07 July 2018 - 19:07


Where are you located ? I am in Missouri, near Troy
About 50 minutes N.W. of the St. Louis Airport.

I can train/title your dog for the BH
The time frame would depend on exactly what your
dog knows now and if it was properly trained.

How old is your dog and breed ? They must be a minimum
of 15 months of age for the BH

Thanks,
Donna Lampson
Dach Haus German Shepherds

by sdchargers on 09 July 2018 - 12:07

Bob, no local clubs, wanting an experienced trainer to lay the proper foundation
Q Man

by Q Man on 09 July 2018 - 16:07

Are you in California? There are good clubs within your state...I would just think you'd rather have your dog closer to you...
How old is your dog?
I can recommend good trainers but they're not in California and it would be rather expensive...For a BH you don't need a Great Trainer...All you need is someone that is willing to train for you and that uses the type methods that you'd like to see used...

~Bob~

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