Rolling discs and UpDog The Roller is a great throw for reinforcing a dog with a disc. Instead of flying through the air like a wing, the Roller rolls on the ground like a wheel; a fast, Applications feature heavily in this week’s show. Add in a few rounds of TimeWarp and a reworking of a Flash Jam from last week’s show and that’s a wrap…
Ron explains how disc speed and release angle work in throwing Rollers with discs using the The Backhand toss is the traditional disc throw. While it might not be the easiest throw of them all, it is the easiest to throw a hundred yards, and it is the easiest and SideArm releases. These throwing principles hold true with all The Roller is a great throw for reinforcing a dog with a disc. Instead of flying through the air like a wing, the Roller rolls on the ground like a wheel; a fast, throws.
We’ve got some sweet rounds of TimeWarp from Bite Club, the Grasshopper puppy’s 2nd Disc Dog Jam, some Epic sequence stealing, a bunch collection and tracking work to cure Also known as Irrational Leaping, Premature Ejumpulation happens when a dog leaps before a disc is catchable. This phenomena is most often seen in long tosses and is almost always caused by running, and a few throwing lessons.
Episode #22 Puppy Power! Wham! is the star of this show, doing some disc dog puppy Bitework is an activity or a game that consists of biting and dropping a toy on cue. Cued Bites and cued Drops (and Gives) can be used to teach and reinforce many behaviors.. We hit on some Oppositional Feeding is the opposite of Directional Feeding. The handler throws a disc in the opposite direction that the dog is moving. Oppositional Feeding is a flatwork and training technique used to slow and talk a bit about cuing and sequencing as well. Hope you dig the show!