Rec’d on YT | Disc Dog Puppy Ken Du | Give & Take – Multiple

Ron & Ken play a little Give & Take with discs using cued Bites and Low High tosses. A Juggle and a Shuffle are exercised as is Drop vs Give in both Physical Flow & Mental Flow fashion.
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