A fakie is a Essentially a flip off of a part of the handler's body, the Reverse Vault is a vault that stays on one side of the handler. If the dog starts the trick in front of the handler, it usually finishes in front of the handler.... or flyball box turn off the handler.
Real simple here, guys. Use the target as a lure, preferably as reinforcement for eye contact or a stable position or wait.
The lure starts away from the body and close to the dog’s face and pulls up towards the body, away from the dog then pushes out and away leading the dog to look over their shoulder and vault off.
Sometimes as we can see from the video with Pan, the dog has a hard time releasing their attention to the target. If this happens all we need to do is to actually toss the target away from us a couple times so the dog follows the target and gets reinforced for completing the skill.
Once the dog is performing the skill well we can drop a cue on it. Here at PVybe we call it,”An athletic Set Up Move, the Fakie is a flip off of the handler's body (normally the chest) with no disc in flight or intended to be caught. It is usually named by the part of the body the dog flips from: Back Fakie, Hip Fakie, Foot Fakie. A Fakie is similar to a flyball box turn. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Crnd_RuO3I&list=PL8zWXaJfi1-szbO5lXcZVtCimD8mOldYv....”