A Tribute to one of dog training’s very best – Richard Heinz “The Miami Dog Whisperer”



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We the people behind the scenes wanted to put something together about Richard because it is truly remarkable the things that he achieves with clients dogs on a daily basis whether it’s Obedience Training, Protection Training, or fixing Aggressive Dogs. Unfortunately the public has only gotten to see less than 1percent of the AMAZING things that he does through YouTube, so since Richard really doesn’t like to put things up about himself we felt the need to do so because to see and hear about all the miraculous things he does everyday from clients we just felt compelled to put something together for him. Hope you Enjoy!.

Becoming a Professional Dog Trainer with Richard Heinz



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These are the new graduates of what many people consider the Best Dog Training Academy in the world. The few who graduate from the program are immediately recognized in the area that they live as the best of the best. Deborah and Cliff Skaggs who just graduated and who are in this video are a perfect example of this. They started using the methods that Richard taught them only half way through the Academy training and they are getting rave reviews and have already become the go to Dog Training Company in a large part of Florida and are also getting people from other states wanting to use their Dog Training services. We have always said and it’s been proven time and time again that ” Anyone that learns Richards Methods and Philosophy is automatically going to be the Best Dog Trainer in their area for sure. Deborah and Cliff are another perfect example of this and it’s the publics feedback from existing clients that acknowledges this truth. Congratulations to all the Graduates. Great Job!

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RICHARD KAY Is Meghan Duchess Difficult or just defiantly different



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RICHARD KAY Is Meghan Duchess Difficult or just defiantly different

As usual there will be plenty of seasonal cheer and along with the bonhomie, some good natured, gentle ribbing. There always is when the Queen welcomes the entire Royal Family to a pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.

But for the first time in recent years this week’s gathering is being held against an uneasy backdrop of reported rifts and family splits.

No one is more sensitive to domestic discord than the Queen, who throughout the Diana years found herself having to hold the ring amid the turmoil that raged around her.

She is determined, say courtiers, to never again allow such conflicts to destabilise family unity.

And it is why aides yesterday were playing down the significance of claims that Prince Harry will miss the traditional Boxing Day shoot at Sandringham, apparently to avoid upsetting his anti-bloodsports wife Meghan.

We have been here before, of course. Last year Harry also missed the pheasant shoot — but then he and Meghan were not yet married and his decision seemed loving and considerate.

Scarcely a week goes by without the Duke and Duchess of Sussex kicking over the royal traces, from announcing plans to abandon their palace home and moving to Windsor Great Park, to sending out their highly unusual Christmas card.

But then step by elegant step the former Meghan Markle is ripping up the royal rules.

Nothing illustrates that more than what happened a few days ago — two royal events, two duchesses and two very different outcomes. At the Guards Chapel in Central London, a beaming Duchess of Cornwall posed for the cameras between a miniature Shetland pony and a donkey.

She was attending a carol concert to support the work of an animal welfare charity. Unfussy and unglamorous — but in its simplicity the very essence of royal duty.

Then, in a different part of London, the pregnant Duchess of Sussex was being greeted by whoops, cheers, even screams, as she walked onto a spotlit stage at the Royal Albert Hall to present a fashion award.

She, too, posed for a picture. And in her daring Givenchy gown, exposing one bare shoulder and cradling her baby bump with black-painted finger nails, what a picture it was.

Hers was a ‘photo booth’-style image taken backstage alongside Clare Waight Keller, her wedding dress designer, and actress Rosamund Pike.

This picture of a radiant duchess oozed glamour and was as far removed from the down-to-earth shot of her stepmother-in-law Camilla as could be possible.

What’s more, the nature of traditional and mundane official visits by other members of the Royal Family in recent days underscores how flashy Meghan’s seem to be in comparison.

Princess Anne visited the International Maritime Organisation’s Safety Committee; the Queen was hosted by a 600-year-old association of barristers; Prince Andrew addressed a meeting of young entrepreneurs; and the Countess of Wessex attended the Truro Christmas Primestock and Produce Show.

Of course, the royals have always embraced the ritz and glitz of fashion — one has only to think of those countless pictures of the late Princess Diana.

But what is so curious about the arty black-and- white picture of Meghan is that no sooner was it posted on the British Fashion Council’s Instagram account than it was abruptly deleted.

Some at the palace were not impressed by her posing for such an image.

‘There was something ostentatious in the way she posed holding her bump, plus she was wearing dark nail varnish that the Queen hates,’ says a source.

‘It wouldn’t be surprising if, aware of that, the duchess herself asked for it to be taken down.’

In its place was posted a more conventional shot of the duchess addressing the gathering from the stage. Significantly it was identical to the shot posted on the official Kensington Palace Twitter feed recording the visit.

An experienced hand at Hollywood, Meghan is a complete novice at the much more complicated business of British Royal Family public relations.

Preview of Richard Maxwell’s Loading Demo | Your Horse Live 2012



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Watch the first part of Richard Maxwell’s demonstration on problem loaders at Your Horse Live 2012.

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Richard Winters: Body Control by Spalding Fly Predators



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To Richard Winters body control is not the main thing — it’s the only thing. As he explains it more refinement and more precision requires body control. Richard illustrates how to get control of the head and neck, the shoulders, the ribcage and the hind end. Richard shows you how he starts with the head and neck and the exercises he does to get the horse soft in his hands. Then he moves on to Part 2, the shoulders. Shoulder control helps when loping circles and has other practical applications. Part 3 is control of the ribcage. Part 4 is control of the hind end. Having control of the hindquarters helps in turning on the forehand, flying lead changes, etc. Richard explains that having control of all four body parts results in harmony and is really a means to an end. Each part is needed before your horse can progress to higher-level moves. more at www.spalding-labs.com

Confronting Richard | Dog Whisperer



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Jillian Michaels has a new chihuahua and is in need of Cesar’s help again.
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Horse refusing to stand at mounting block meets Richard Maxwell | Your Horse



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Horse behaviour expert Richard Maxwell demonstrates an exercise to encourage a horse to stand at the mounting block.

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SonoSite Veterinarian Testimonials: Dr. Richard Markell



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Veterinarians choose SonoSite because SonoSite ultrasound systems are the most durable, reliable, portable, and easy-to-use veterinary ultrasound machines on the market. Listen to real veterinarians discuss why they choose SonoSite ultrasound machines for equine, large animal, small animal, zoo mammal, and marine mammal medicine.