Laura starts out by freeshaping the Drop and adjusting her position so Lakota doesn’t get to drop discs in front of her at her feet. Once the Drop is freed up a bit, Laura shifts gears and uses a Prompt Switch to get the drop happening right after the cue is given. This creates a pattern of the dog dropping away from the handler.
Vaulting with Kenna.
Attention and Targeting are the basis of team based work. Without these skills teams don’t function very effectively. Shaping…
Here’s another way of looking at the Rear Cross behavior.
All the tools you need for immaculate set up moves you’ve already seen in the Set Up Move video. It’s simple, elegant and effective…
A written explanation of a sample Foundational Positioning. Quick sessions, super successful… Less is more.
Foundational Positioning is a huge part of the game of disc. A killer limitation in the game of disc is the not being able to get your dog into the proper position required for a particular trick.
Some dogs come out of the whelping box jamming and some need to be taught. That’s the way it is. The point is that disc dog development is not a race and the sooner you stop looking at rapid development and comparing your pups development with that of another dog, the sooner you’ll be on the right page…
Toss and Fetch, Single Disc, Mini-Distance, Throw and Catch, whatever you want to call it, the timed distance game with 1 disc, while an interesting event, is no way to introduce players to the sport of canine disc.