Roman Reign

 

Email: Jennie@romanreign.com Phone: 512-981-7627

 

 

 

Training Videos

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Training

Canine Draft Blog

Working Dog Handout - drafting and weight pull

Crash Course Weight Pull

 

Health

OFA vs. PennHip

Surviving Parvovirus

Compounding Supplements and Medications at Home

How to Treat Hot Spots

How to Make a Wicket

How to Make a Bloat Kit

Insights from Christine Zink, PhD, DVM

 

Greater Swiss Health

How much should my Swissy weigh?

Greater Swiss Health Survey

P2Y12: What it doesn't mean

Insights from Christine Zink, Phd, DVM

 

General

How to Research Dog Show Judges

Danger of Fake Service Dogs

How to Transport a Puppy

 Texas Greater Swiss Facebook

We proudly feed Nature's Farmacy products.

Raw Diet and Other Recipes

How Restaurants can Impress Patrons with Service Dogs

Things you didn't know about being a Therapy Dog Handler.

Memorial Ideas

How many Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs are in the US?

How many Lowchens are in the US?

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Club of America

 

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Copyright 2002-2016 Dr. Jennie Chen. All images and articles are copyrighted.  Unauthorized use is strictly Prohibited.

Proud members of GSMDCA, Southbound, Gulf Coast GSMDC, IWPA, TXWorkingDogs, LSBMC, WETDOG, BVKC, OWNC, LCA, SNIP, and CGC Evaluator #27966.  

 

 

  Coming in early 2010.  I'm still available to answer any drafting questions you may have.

 

 Please note: Roman Reign is working hard on her dissertation.  Availability is limited.  Please be patient during the 2008-2009 season. 

 

 

Harnessing Troubleshooting:

 

Cart shafts sway from side to side as dog moves - 1. Check to make sure that the traces are snug.  2. Narrow width between the shafts. 3 Tighten cinch loop and shaft loops. 

Cart shafts bounce up and down as dog moves - 1. Tighten cinch loops and shaft loops.

Cart tilts forward - 1. center weight in cart over axle (2 wheeled/ single axle cart)  2. Move shafts up by moving up shaft loops on the harness.  3. Lower cart. 

 

Includes

  • Harness checks
  • Hitching checks
  • Mechanics of hitching
  • Carting building tips
  • Traversing up hills
  • Teaching the side step
  • How to fix a cart
  • How to harness

 

Copyright 2002-2008 Jennie Chen, M. S. All images and articles are copyrighted.  Unauthorized use is strictly Prohibited.

 

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