DiscDogger Weekly #22 Premiere – Puppy Power!

Catch this week’s episode of DiscDogger Weekly, #22 on YT Premiere at 12:00 ET Jan 28 on YouTube or in the comfort of your own home on the Pawsitive Vybe Channel on Roku. Lessons from the blog coming soon…

Sneak Peek for Patrons of Pawsitive Vybe

Episode #22 Premiere on YT at 12:00PM ET Thursday Jan 28 and on the Pawsitive Vybe Channel on Roku

1:08 – Wham! Puppy Bitework Functions
4:31 – Pre-Cuing for Sequences with Jack & Remix
10:22 – Grasshopper Puppy Position & Set Up
13:01 – Wham! Bitework Details
16:25 – Oppositional Feeding & Balance
20:04 – Puppy Catching | Bridging the Take
25:36 – Divine Canine Solutions Summit
27:05 – Bridging the Take Part 2

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