Rec’d on YT | Mechanics Monday: Master the Mechanics of Marking & More | DiscDog Dojo #139 🐶🥏🥋🛠️

Kickstart your week with Mechanics Monday at the DiscDog Dojo! Tune in tonight at 9PM CT for a thorough dive into the fine-tuned world of training mechanics. We’re thrilled to have Antonis back as our co-host, joining our usual cast: host Ron Watson, co-host Epic, weather girl 🧁CupCake🧁, sports guy da 👑King👑, and our eager intern 🐾Ken Du🐾.

Tonight’s Expert Topics:

🛠️ Mechanics of Marking: Discover the intricacies involved in effectively marking behaviors.
💡 Inceptive and Expectant Markers: Delve into the differences between these markers and their applications in training.
🔄 Shaping the Classical Condition Via Play: Learn how to shape classical conditioning through the lens of the Play+ philosophy.
🦴 Primal Games and Primal Elements with Ken: Get down to the primal basics with our intern Ken Du.
💬 Your Questions: As always, bring your most burning queries and we’ll tackle them head-on.

Whether you’re a seasoned dog trainer or a newcomer eager to learn, this episode offers a mix of technical depth and practical application that you won’t want to miss.

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