Zappa’s second Team Movement foundation session went quite well. This time we did 9 Set Up Moves are tricks that are used to establish timing and position in disc dog freestyle. Traditional tricks include: Around, Through, Backwards Through, and Scoot, but any or all More: An Around, or a Go Around is the traditional disc dog set up move. The dog goes around the handler’s body in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion allowing dog More Clock, Around Counter, If your dog moves through your legs from back to front, that is a backwards Through. The Backwards Through usually sets up in one of two ways depending on where More Clock, Backwards A Through is a set up move where the dog runs between the handler’s legs. The dog can move from front to back or side to side and can even More Counter, Through Clock, Through Counter, A Scoot is a Set Up Move where the dog scoots backwards between the handler’s legs. It’s a really clever Set Up Move, the image of your dog spinning around More, and Get Back from Heel position is the same as in obedience, with your dog standing immediately to the left and side has the dog on the right. All obedience positions are helpful in More (Scoot from the side). We also added Front is a stable position directly in front of the handler. Front is an traditional obedience skill. Usually your dog sits in this position, but standing is often acceptable as More & On a Rear Cross, the dog switches Flanks with the behind her. From clock to counter clockwise Flank or vice versa. Taken directly from the canine agility world, the Rear More and Spins and Twists are tricks where the dog spins 360 degrees in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion. Spin is clockwise and Twist is counter clockwise so it is important More & Spins and Twists are tricks where the dog spins 360 degrees in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion. Spin is clockwise and Twist is counter clockwise so it is important More (clock & counter spins). All of this within a communication system that translates directly to disc.
Efficient & Elegant Disc Dog Puppy Foundation
This foundation work is both efficient and elegant. If you can teach 9 Set Up Moves, Spin & Twist, Front & Rear A Cross is an canine agility term that describes a change of working sides. Your dog moves from your left to your right (Heel to Side) or from Clock to More, AND teach a communication system that transfers directly to on field disc play faster and more completely, have at it. I don’t think it’s possible.
We’re going to do 1 more A Cookie is traditionally thought of as a food treat given as positive reinforcement. In that definition, a cookie is a discrete piece of food reinforcement. In many dog training More session this week and put it in the show, same set up as this one, and the week after that we’re going to A Take is a cued Bite that replicates the placement and timing of a throw. Usually used with overs, vaults, and flips, the Take is a powerful teaching tool for More it out on the field and jam with rollers with this little pup using exactly the same action. No kidding.
The only thing that doesn’t transfer immediately to the disc field are the Scoot behaviors, but we’ve got a trick for that. It’ll be laid down before Halloween. 😉