UpDog Game Strategies | Single Jump Frizgility with Loot
I think many disc dog freestylers, especially old schoolers and noobs are not overly interested in Frizgility because they don’t have the agility skills and/or don’t want to train and proof the agility skills. Some of us are not interested in creating a pattern with our dogs. But most all discdoggers have trained their dog to do an agility jump, or could very simply train this skill and the multi-tasking required to do something like a jump with a disc available is a terrific skill to have installed on your disc dog.
Algorithm of the Take – How a Slick Foundation Hides Intangible Skills
What is a Take? In disc dog we do this thing called a TakeA Take is a cued Bite that replicates the placement and timing…
The Pawsitive Vybe STARR Protocol
STARR Protocol for Reactive Dogs Working with reactive or fearful dogs is a specialty of Pawsitive Vybe. The key to dealing with these troubled dogs…
Economics of Distraction
Rhythm has a tendency to explode into the environment when he’s asked to work – marking everything, sniffing everything, hustling up on people, etc – essentially working everything but his handler and Frisbees. The environment is extremely stimulating for this little guy…
On Disc Dog Freestyle Wind Management — Purpose Driven Movement
At the Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) at UpDIF this year, Apryl & I swept the top 4 spots. That didn’t happen because we had better…
Hidden Athleticism of Interior Movement | On Separation
Separation in interior movement is one of the more interesting and overlooked aspects of the game. Separation can be defined as the distance between the hand and the disc at the time of catch. It is a key aspect of assessing difficulty and mature play.