Ron & Epic work on a bit of lost history with this A term that means to catch before the handler or Before the trick. This is best illustrated in practice. A Stall behavior has a Frontside, before the dog lands on the human, and/Backside The dog uses the player´s body as a launching pad to jump for a disc. A Vault is a leaping catch from the handler’s body. The dog leaves the ground for the target on a Sound of DiscDog session on Clubhouse. The Sound of DiscDog is an audio only live-training QnA session on Clubhouse where we experience the sounds of dog training and lend our imagination to interpret and explore the training session.
Tough Sequences – Keeping Energy Up
So this sequence is pretty tough for us, and it’s more of an audio experience of keeping energy up with a tough sequence that isn’t going so well. I’m really shaping this for dog, handler, and team. I’ve since changed the disc I’m throwing in the A Stall has the dog leaping up and chilling out on the handler’s back. Stalls are great for showmanship and for presenting a dog to the crowd. They create a dramatic or emotive from the bottom disc to the top one, which made things a bit easier, but this move tends to be one or the other at this time.
Top – 2
I’m giving a “two” cue, which for me and my dogs means that 2 discs will be thrown in rapid succession in this trick. So Eppie knows that this is a double shot from the get go.