Rec’d on YT | DiscDog.Live #24 | Mechanics Monday – Throwing Cookies & Puppy Hoops


Enter the DiscDog Dojo with Ron & the pups to explore the mechanics and methods of: throwing cookies, backchaining, prompt switching, biting and dropping, and the Cookie Process in general.
via PVybe on YT: YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTa20Xu5GrE

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  1. Another Amazing livestream, sorry I missed it live and some Great foundational Information/demo’s!!!

    Cupcake is a Sweet little Savage and Ending was Super Cool when King and Eppie opted to be up on their perches 🧁🤩🎉

    See You in Cookie class