Retriever Training

E-Collar Instructional Guide

The Online Instructional Guide is online and ready for sale. You can click on the link below and you will be re-directed to the store page. Once you purchase the guide you will have life time access to the guide and you will receive a link to register for the live webinar. After the webinar, […]


E-collar Training Online Course and Webinar

Electric Collars – A Forthright Discussion It’s time for forthright discussion about the use and misuse of electric collars (e-collars).  The general public has accepted and embraced their use with underground fence systems, and pet owners are picking them up off the shelf to try to eliminate a variety of unwanted behaviors. The use of […]


Reinforcement Schedules

What are they? Why are they important to us as dog trainers? The information in this video is a bit incomplete. However, I am using this a starting point for a discussion. I will be working on this discussion in the next couple of posts.


E-collar Obedience

Push Pull Training in Drive offers Clear Communication and Conflict-free dog training resulting in a powerful enthusiastic performance from a fully engaged training partner. This video shows a dog working under control with multiple rewards available that is perfectly willing to accept direction and work with me. There is no conflict, he is happy, fully […]


E-collar Training

A conversation on using the E-collar to push for desired behavior My wife (Connie Cleveland-Nolan) and I are working on an updated e-collar course. I will be posting about our program and progress here. The following is paraphrased from the obedience manual I offer for sale on Amazon. If you have questions or comments about […]


Building Play Retrieve Drive

Building Play Retrieve Drive Whether you are raising a pup for hunting or competition, or you simply want to play Frisbee with the family dog, the play retrieve provides a fun outlet for exercise, is useful for rewarding the dog in training, and lays a foundation for advanced training. Almost all dogs have some natural […]