Some long rollers and a Flutie Achievement in this demo round of UpDog Challenge’s Far Out cumulative distance disc dog contest with Ron Watson & Epic.
A Pink Poodle Plays a Disc Dog Game, Throw and Go Wearing My GoPro
This is just one of 24 UpDog Challenge Game videos I’ve quietly published over on the UpDog Challenge You Tube page over the winter, and it’s one of my favorites.
I won my first world title at the 2019 UpDog International Finals (UpDIF) with three solid days in a row of Freestyle. My canine partner was Epic a 4 year old mini-Baussie who is, of course, totally epic.
Give ‘Em the Ol’ 1-2… This is right in Eppie’s wheelhouse. Zone 5 provides a solid 1-2 Clockwise move, throwing 10 yards straight ahead from the zone and then following up with the 20 yard throw down the line or a slow hanger, drifting the dog into the sweet spot. Either way this is the […]
Yin and Yang, Light and Dark. Black and White. Interdependent counterparts of the whole that define each other through their exclusive differences; you can’t have the black without the white. Without darkness no light can exist. Bad is defined by good. And in disc dog flatwork, you can’t stop moving clock if you can’t move counter.
I have underestimated the price of international shipping for a 10 oz. book. I budgeted in $10-15 max, which I thought would be plenty, but didn’t expect that shipping would cost $16 to Canada and $23.50 to Europe. I’ve not yet priced Asia, Australia, and the UK. That is just about $1000 of shipping for 50 books. Man, that hurts just typing it.
A quick photo tour of the shipping process for the Tao of DiscDog.
Thanks to some new fangled TimeLord technology at UPS, my new book, the Tao of DiscDog, arrived in 24 hours from NY. It wasn’t supposed to arrive until Monday. Pretty awesome.
Here is a sample lesson from Disc Dog Jamming Class. It lays out Basic Standing Position (BSP) and Basic Flatwork Position (BFP).