DiscDogger Weekly #24 – Flank or Pass and Wait vs Stay with Dog Catch & Stall

Episode 24 of the show takes on over-arousal in a multi-session progression lesson on Wait vs Stay featuring Ron & Motown working on the Back Stall. This type of strategic multitasking in dog training is what we do here at Pawsitive Vybe and should not be missed. We also have some Disc Quan Do class excerpts featuring the Flank or Pass Challenge that are on point for DiscDogger Weekly. Hope you dig the show!

DiscDogger Weekly #24, a weekly online disc dog show. Check it out on Roku and be sure to Like | Share | Subscribe to our YouTube channel. This piece brought to you by Patrons of Pawsitive Vybe and HeroDisc USA

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