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Re: Training a Dog to Heel
« Reply #75 on: April 14, 2012, 17:26:15 PM »

Begin with your dog within heel position, meaning the dog should be in your left aspect, using its hearing in line with the seam of the trousers, and its body parallel in order to your own.
Make sure your own training collar expires nice high on the pet"s throat and fitted snugly. Give the heel command and also at the same time frame as you provide the command, step out on your left feet and begin walking at a quick speed. It is crucial that you start off about the left foot. If you begin with your own correct feet, the dog cannot see you begin since it cannot see past your remaining lower-leg, so by the time this understands you have begun strolling, it has currently fallen at the rear of. If your dog doesn"t instantly start strolling when you do, give it a gentle pull using the lead in the ahead path. You want it to maneuver ahead with you, so you pop the actual leash in direction of modification. You might repeat your order whenever you proper your dog. When the canine gets ahead of you and also is not within the back heel position, take the lead backwards to tell your dog in order to slow down. Do not let the dog just to walk ahead of your own remaining leg or even behind this. You have to teach your dog the term "heel" indicates "glued to my masters left lower-leg."
Make certain you are determining the path you are taking. Don"t follow the canine close to in order to avoid fixing it. Fixing the dog correctly will not hurt the dog. It is a quick take and discharge of the leash, except if your dog is attempting to tug a person, whereby, you will have to apply much more constant pressure. Don"t ever allow the dog to tug you anywhere. (I know this is often easier said than done. If you discover it hard to drag on the lead with sufficient strength or even force, try putting on mitts. You will be able to obtain more traction on the leash. For challenging dogs, I suggest using a leather lead and leather-based mitts.)
You want your dog in order to instantly sit down each time you cease strolling. When you are starting, provide the actual sit down order each time you stop walking and then suggest your dog sit down.
For example, obtain the canine sitting in back heel placement. Provide the back heel command and step out with your remaining foot. If the dog does not follow, correct this, replicate the actual order and walking. If the dog will get from heel position as you are walking, correct it once again in the direction of modification, replicate the order and strolling. After that arrived at a stop by bringing both feet together. Tell your dog to sit, and then make it sit down. Just the sit command as soon as. Once you get it seated, you can start heeling again giving the actual heel order and starting out together with your left foot. Eventually, your pet will sit when you stop strolling. In competition, it is necessary that the dog rests with out a person giving the order, therefore eventually, you will want to practice that way.
Heeling is not the same task as exercising your pet. Do not attempt to physical exercise your dog by heeling. Go for its normal walk first. Then exercise your heeling.
Remember in order to compliment your dog as much as possible. Whilst heeling, make sure to compliment it in between corrections. You have to praise your dog ten times for every modification you allow. Achieve lower and jim your pet with your left-hand when you are heeling in order that it doesn"t learn how to translate any kind of movement of your fingers like a lead modification.
Remember to simply practice with regard to ten-fifteen minutes daily and to practice every day. And don"t forget in order to praise your dog often.

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #76 on: April 15, 2012, 19:12:41 PM »
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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #77 on: April 15, 2012, 22:04:45 PM »

gary brewer

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #78 on: April 16, 2012, 12:40:20 PM »
Here is the list of players that are currently on the team (mainly because I can"t be ****d to trawl through this thread to check if someone on my table is a North East player):

-100-Guineas
8BallAlly
Al29
arnie2009206
asperiguess
ayresi
BFA74
BGRGOLFPRO
BoroMarvin
bridgystwos
bukbakbaby
distanthill
doofusfox
duckylad
Elsdonlad77
Erimus14
fatcatsu
Fatpant
flamingheck
gaz3325
gazscoop
gomarrahh
grasso14
hollaboo
ianberty
JimmyCh66
johnnybonguk
k1ng n1co
Katiethefish
katos1
knerrad29
kq4eva
Leedswolf
Lockeskidney
LOYALIST01
mag1892
mattydthe3rd
McBuns
Metz1977
mike_best25
MJLGuinness
Mollydee2060
morlspin
mossy100
MuccaMotty
Munzuk
nortzledg
ooWolfeyoo
OwenFTM
par5legend
philb287
Photurian
razorscuttle
richy7545
RiverbinkUK
roscopiko
rosib
safc132
Samj19
ScarfaceMick
Simmy3k
ssshdave
stumpyn
teamdobb
Troystheboy
vert7777
WEYI WOR KID
wilfymore
wily 7965
XEXDXDXIXEX

:) Oh, and lol at filter.




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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #80 on: April 23, 2012, 08:46:43 AM »
Name: Kenneth Elliott

ID: kenneth1985

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #81 on: April 29, 2012, 17:14:29 PM »
Username cowhead72
Name: David Scott

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #82 on: April 29, 2012, 17:59:08 PM »
kevin reid pokerstars id spuggy180

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #83 on: May 06, 2012, 18:14:33 PM »
Pokerstars : bruceforsite
Apat : Phil G

Name: Philip Gibson

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #84 on: May 06, 2012, 20:02:30 PM »
On behalf of someone struggling to get on the forum

APAT Koyte
Real NAme - Alan Kirton
PS - koytek

APAT - Terry167
Real Name - Terry Oakley Senior
Pokerstars - Jordan2594
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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #85 on: May 08, 2012, 01:25:23 AM »

Lockeskidney

I put mine in the right place though Sykesy  :-*
I.D jiggabain    Name Graham Leigh

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #86 on: May 08, 2012, 01:26:58 AM »

To join your Regional Team, post your Name and PokerStars ID in this thread.

If you do not have a PokerStars ID, please sign up using the APAT banners above.  Please also encourage your friends on Facebook and Twiter to signup via APAT and participate in the League.

Thanks,

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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #87 on: June 17, 2012, 18:58:29 PM »
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Re: PokerStars Player IDs
« Reply #88 on: June 17, 2012, 19:01:27 PM »