Tag: Public Access
A fun video playlist featuring ADI Certified Assistance Dog trainer, Apryl Lea of Pawsitive Vybe, working with Animal Farm Foundation Assistance Dogs in Training in unique and challenging public access environments coast to coast.
Apryl Lea and Captain America work Move in the Plaza in Taos, NM, after a recent PVybe Disc Dog Camp. This is Captain’s 3rd session with a move harness. Music by Pat McCune.
PVybe dogs hang out at the Empire Tavern in Fargo, ND with Abby, Apryl & Ron.
Here’s Captain America doing some work in the City…
Si offers a trade: Leash for a hotdog?
Si poses for the camera while Ron orders a hotdog.
Si does Ron a favor by picking up her leash and giving it to him. It was a no brainer,”He has a hotdog!”
Count how many dogs are in this pic… And Ron is not one of them…
Judy uses the wall to help Chess establish position and Apryl Lea & Captain share a moment.
Captain America and Chess work side by side in Uptown Kingston.
Here they are, still chattin’…
Captain America and Apryl Lea talk to a nice man about Animal Farm Foundation’s Assistance Dog Training Program.
Judy & Chess, Ron & Si And Apryl Lea & Captain America do some public access dog training In Uptown Kingston, NY.
This is where we will be running Canine Interaction classes and personal lessons.
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Prima n juicy chillin in Kingston while scouting out locations for Canine Interaction Class, Pawsitive Vybe’s version of dog obedience. Canine Interaction class is positive dog training in public spaces.
Interaction class is fun, as you can see here. Classes will start in late summer 2011.
Public Access dog training with Hops at the Rockford Farmers market. Public Access training is Canine Interaction.
Public Access dog training photo gallery with Prima and Hops.
Freeshaped Down earns cookies in Rear of Crate. – 30 secondsHops’ down made cookies happen in the rear of the crate presenting competing interest between crate and public environment.
Freeshaped Down to get the hand to the door. – 30 secondsHops’ down made me put my hand on the crate latch. Consequent.
Duration on Down or to get the door open. – 30 seconds Hops’ getting up prompted hand to be removed from crate latch. After a few breaks of down, Hops held and door opened.
Freeshaped eye contact for cookies and then exit. – 30 secondsHops was getting frustrated, so we reduced down criteria to “in the crate” and moved to freeshaped Eye Contact to add value to open doored crate and as path to getting outside – 5 or so cookies. Last eye contact earned exit.
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