Rec’d on YT | 🐕🥏⛩️Throwdown Thursday: Shape & Capture Creative Releases & Boss Disc Management | DiscDog Dojo#91💥

🐾🎥 It’s Throwing Thursday at DiscDog Dojo! Join Ron Watson, Epic, CupCake, and the King as they dive into the world of creative releases (aka: Fancy Throws) and effective disc management. Get ready to elevate your disc dog game with new techniques and strategies! 🥏🐶

🌟 What’s in store for you tonight:

Discover unique and creative release techniques to impress your audience and keep your dog engaged
Learn how to effectively manage your discs during training and competitions
Tips and tricks for incorporating fancy throws into your routines
Live demonstrations with Epic, 🧁CupCake🧁, and da 👑King👑 to showcase the techniques in action
Interactive Q&A session: ask Ron your questions and get personalized advice for your disc dog journey
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👉 So, what are you waiting for? Grab your discs and get ready to throw some serious style at our Throwing Thursday livestream! See you at the Dojo! 🐾#DiscDog #DogTraining #DiscDogDojo #ThrowingThursday #CreativeReleases #FancyThrows #DiscManagement
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