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In my puppy training classes, the trainer had us practicing 'impulse control' around food. Basically the aim was to be able to put a handful of very very tasty treats on the floor and have the puppy ignore them completely. I was amazed how quick my puppy learned to leave food alone. She learned it so well that I often have difficulty trying to teach her moves from 'heel work to music' as she won't always follow a 'lure' in my hand. I'll have a dig around and see if I can find the email she sent me on how to do it.
that sounds interesting - what is the technique please?
 

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Have you tried carrying really nice smelling high value treats with you? Titbits of cheese, liver cake, sausage, roast chicken etc?
A good idea but for Mabel, none of those can compare with cow/fox/badger/horse/cat (or insert any other animal of your Lab's choice here) poo.
 
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