High 5 Fakie

High 5 Fakie

HIGH 5 FAKIE Just like a fakie spin or twist except this time the dog targets the palm of your hand with all four paws hence the name High 5. My cue for this trick is presenting my just like I would for.a.normal HIGH 5

Foot Stall Shuffle

Foot Stall Shuffle

Shuffling disc while the dog keeps balance on the handler’s feet [icon_name=”key”]Basic Keys: Dog has built a great body balance and has built ability to jump and stall over a small target. Handler has built enough leg strength to receive and keep in balance the dog weight. Tricks to the Trick: Build up a solid stall […]

Tap To Kick

Tap To Kick

Dog nose tap to Brush Kick to catch. Basic Keys: Dog likes to nose tapping discs. Human loves to kick brushing discs. Tricks for the Trick: Explore different angles and heights and see how they reflect on the dog nose tap in order to receive back the perfect set for your kick brush. Explore every […]

Carom

Carom

A Wide Bank Shot — A Rebound, Fakie, or Reverse Vault Wider than 90° The Carom is a Rebound or Fakie that is greater than 90°. While it is similar to a Reverse Vault or a Fakie, it is a much wider angle. The dog doesn’t flip off the handler so much as bounce off in […]

Foot Vault

Foot Vault

A linear vault off your foot in a foot stall position The handler tries to accurately place a floater in the correct vault placement for the dog to ensure good vault from the laying down position. All while the dog accurately paces stride to be able to vault off of a small platform and make […]

Get Back – Heel

Get Back – Heel

A Scoot That Starts From Heel Position and Finishes in Side A Get Back is a Scoot that happens from Heel position, or the left side of the handler and resolves, or finishes in Side position (handler’s right). At Pawsitive Vybe, we use Heel and Side position as our starting points and for the naming […]

Jakie

Jakie

a Flip that uses the handler for landing or a rebound with the catch happening before the vaulting platform A Flip in which the dog uses the handler to adjust trajectory to navigate the landing; a Rebound or Reverse Vault where the dog catches the disc before hitting the vaulting platform; an interrupted Over where […]

Through-n-Twist

Through-n-Twist

A Hybrid Move, the Through-n-Twist Creates Space and Dynamic Team Movement Through-n-Twist is a standard PVybe set up move. If features fast and aggressive synchronized spinning by dog and handler that highlights team movement. It’s a very elastic trick. The space created is great for getting the dog in vaulting position after a Through behavior.

Kneeling Leg Over

Kneeling Leg Over

Getting Started or Dynamic Elevation Change An over from a kneeling position using the handler’s bent or straight leg as the over platform is a Kneeling Leg Over A kneeling over is a flexible trick that can be used for everything from teaching young dogs and basic leaping skills to performing high level athletic and […]

Backhand

Backhand

Backhands From Basic to Bombsquad the traditional disc throw is the Backhand. from training to performance, the Backhand, while not the sexiest throw of them all, is probably the most important. your dog should see at least 10 perfect Backhands to every crazy throw. The quest for perfect placement on the backhand throw should never […]

Backwards Thru-n-Flip

Backwards Thru-n-Flip

Flipping at the Finish of the Backwards Through sometimes tricks bleed together and become something new. the Backwards Through combined with a flip creates a new skill – not quite a leap, not quite a flip The Backwards Through-n-Flip is a hybrid move. Attaching the flip attached directly to the end of the set up […]

Yachi Vault

Yachi Vault

Moving Vaults Are Possible the Yachi Vault is a moving back vault modeled on a martial arts spin-kick. it requires cuing of direction, verbal vault discrimination, and commitment to the skill. this can be substituted with any signature vault if martial arts is not your thing…

Bite

Bite

Cued Biting and Tugging of Discs Adds Value to the Handler and Teaches Patience in Drive catching discs happens out there. a good reward history of dog and handler sharing the disc via a bite and tug adds value to the area around the handler giving the dog a reason to hang out there…

Hoop

Hoop

Hoop! It’s Cool dog leaps through a hoop made of the handler’s arms. this is usually used as a set up move but also with a thrown disc. but to throw a disc, you gotta be quick. There is something special about the dog leaping through the handler like they seem to do with the […]

Around Clock

Around Clock

Art of Hooking Up the staple set up move in the game of disc creates timing and teamwork hooking dog up with handler and establishing flow The dog starts from in front of the handler. goes around the handler, to the handler’s right in a clockwise fashion. The dog may move to catch in an […]