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Coasting : Issue 5 Nov 2009
12 central coast • new south wales 64 Dover Road Wamberal NSW 2260 tel 4384 2661 pro shop 4384 5691 email email@example.com • web www.breakerscc.com LIVE ENTERTAINMENT In The Sunset Lounge from 7pm til late KARAOKE AND DJ PARTY In The Sunset Lounge from 7pm til late BAREFOOT BOWLS $5 from 5pm - Includes green fees and bowls hire Social Barefoot Bowls Parties also available. Contact our Functions Co-Ordinator on 4384 2661 or email firstname.lastname@example.org TRADING 10AM TIL MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS FROM DECEMBER c8638453-5Nov SALES & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS 4324 9444 ccpp.com.au Suite 2, 92 Terrigal Esplanade Glenn Attenborough 0414 726 062 Andrew Rallis 0415 800 008 The agency synonymous with exceptional service, record prices & beautiful properties is making its return to Terrigal soon. c8638472-5Nov Judy Turley is an experienced member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, and an accredited Canine Good Citizen instructor with Delta Australia. She hosts private puppy classes, as well as obedience and agility lessons. She uses positive training methods with all dogs. Phone 0438 842 688. By DAVID STEWART Spot on DOES your dog race to the front door every time the doorbell rings? It is possible to teach them an alternative behaviour. Professional dog trainer Judy Turley, of Wamberal, said it was important to start by having your dog very close to the designated spot, which might beamatorabed. "Place a small treat on the spot and allow your dog to get it," Judy said. "Repeat this several times." Now give the dog a command, such as "Go to your spot". Again, this must be repeated several times. "The next step is to treat the dog once it has gone to the spot on command," Judy said. "Now start slowly increasing the distance between the place where you issue the command and the spot that you want the dog to go to." Then gradually increase the time that you want the dog to stay at the spot. And now the big test -- have someone ring the doorbell. "Stand near the designated spot and send the dog to that spot, then reward them when they obey," Judy said. Remember, many repetitions will be needed. But, eventually, when the dog hears the doorbell ring, it will come to mean 'Go to your spot'. Judy places a cheese treat in the spot that she wants Baillie to go to on her command. Pictures by Aaron Brown. Learn how to tell your dog where to go... in the nicest possible way. Gradually increase the distance between the place where you issue the command, and the spot that you want your dog to go to. Repetition is vital. Baillie is a quick learner. COASTING PETS
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