Here are a couple of excerpts from the Disc Dog 0-60 – How to Effectively Drive Your Disc Dog.
This is part of my script and will be dressed up as companion text to the video.
There are still a few pre-orders left. I’m thinking it might go up in price, but won’t make a decision on that until the project is nearly done.
Ron & Epic warmup for some detailed vault work and demonstrate proper vault cuing in this Sound of DiscDog session on Clubhouse. The Sound of DiscDog is a series we run in the Pawsitive Vybe Club on Clubhouse, an audio only social network, that is designed to stimulate our listeners imaginations and draw attention to some of the missing elements of disc dog and dog training through visual consumption. Listening to training and jams can provide a completely different understanding. Give it a shot, listen to the audio below before watching the video.
Timing is not the issue with vaulting. Placing focus on timing in order to solve vaulting problems will not solve them. It will make them worse.
In vaulting disc dogs, everyone is focused on timing, and it’s largely my fault. For 18 years I broadcast the ideas: “Don’t Be Late!” and “Early, Early, Early!” And the message was received. It’s nearly the law when it comes to vaulting a disc dog.