Hey everybody! We’ve got our menu together for Disc Dog Camp and with the help of @Turnadaisy – http://turnadaisy.com and Deb Stout of DogNabit – the Lucky Dog Bakery, we’ve got the following food stylings for all of our campers: Wed – Burgers by Pawsitive Vybe Thurs – Spaghetti by Turnadaisy Friday – Tacos by […]
Unbelievable story from Rockford, MI. “Dog Eats Man’s Toe – Saves Life!”… unreal!
Ron Watson offers some advice on leaping from the Facebook.
Just passing this info on from the discdog-l email list. Let us know if we’ll see you there… From: email@example.com Date: August 3, 2010 3:40:46 AM EDT To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Digest Number 3688 Reply-To: No Reply <email@example.com> 1.1. AWI Updates Posted by: “Matt DiAno” Mon Aug 2, 2010 8:24 am (PDT) Hey all,Please visit the AWI website, […]
This past weekend we did some work with Mary & Tala in the pasture. Tala has a hard time controlling herself around active dogs
juliejinx.wordpress.com so, off to a rockin’ start. then the day picked up. our open team really clicked and was running beautifully. the regular team won all the rest of their races on saturday. we all wander around a do a little sightseeing at the giant dog show and oooo and ahhhh over all the cool […]
Reward Placement is a key aspect of Dog Training. The Dog goes where rewards happen.
As dog trainers we need to be sensitive to the concept of pressure.
As our dog gets better at learning or when the skill we’re working gets stronger we need to move to a variable reinforcement schedule. 2 behaviors for 1 cookie. 2:1… 3:1… 20:1 depending on where we’re at in the development of this skill.
Criteria is an extremely important component of dog training, possibly the most important. Setting clear and appropriate criteria allows the handler to teach the skills we want our dogs to learn quickly and efficiently.