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Old 08-01-2012, 01:35 PM
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Thanks! Mu is so freakin' cute. She looks awesome jumping into your arms.

Okay, well, I'm inspired. This thread has given me so many new ideas.
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:40 PM
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This is what Zuma and I have been working on for the last week or so. I want it a bit smoother still but I'm liking how it's coming along! BTW, all shaped, no lure.

ETA apparently I can't embed this? Here's the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_kznCKgk84
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:06 PM
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This is what Zuma and I have been working on for the last week or so. I want it a bit smoother still but I'm liking how it's coming along! BTW, all shaped, no lure.

ETA apparently I can't embed this? Here's the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_kznCKgk84
OK I've tried to do this, but Kimma ends up going in to a sit LOL. If I face her and give her the back up command (I say "back it") she's fine, but somehow facing the same direction makes her sit? Tell me your ways!!!
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:49 PM
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Against my better judgement both Payton and Auggie will jump into my lap while sitting on a regular chair. Georgie still won't jump into my lap when I'm on a stool but she is not clicker-savvy so everything is harder with her. My mom says "it's because you train THEM more than HER! Georgie, she IGNORES you!"
Georgie isn't my dog, LOL.

Tomorrow, generalizing to multiple chairs.
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:58 PM
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OK I've tried to do this, but Kimma ends up going in to a sit LOL. If I face her and give her the back up command (I say "back it") she's fine, but somehow facing the same direction makes her sit? Tell me your ways!!!
I purely shape all of my behaviors... so it's standing with my legs spread out waiting for any backward movement in the right direction. From there it's just reward placement to help reinforce where you want the dog to be.

If you facing her causes her to sit, I would work on getting her cue to sit under stimulus control and work on breaking that default first. Turn towards her, click for not sitting and then cue the sit or another behavior. Eventually turn towards her and wait for longer amounts of time before rewarding for not sitting.
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:59 PM
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The dog without back feet learning he has em. So not exciting for most people but I was psyched. :P http://youtu.be/y7M53dBq88I
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Old 08-01-2012, 11:02 PM
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Oh and I have found with dogs that are not savvy on shaping and default sit you can shove a fist of treats under their nose and wait for any backwards movement to pop open the palm, repeating that a few times will get them moving. I also have found some of the denser dogs benefit from a foot or hand under the belly to assist with standing until they understand what you're asking.

I vastly prefer to free shape but with my clients it's not always an option and with Backup he still struggles, a lot.
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Old 08-01-2012, 11:09 PM
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I purely shape all of my behaviors... so it's standing with my legs spread out waiting for any backward movement in the right direction. From there it's just reward placement to help reinforce where you want the dog to be.

If you facing her causes her to sit, I would work on getting her cue to sit under stimulus control and work on breaking that default first. Turn towards her, click for not sitting and then cue the sit or another behavior. Eventually turn towards her and wait for longer amounts of time before rewarding for not sitting.
LOL no it's facing the same direction as her that causes her to sit when she goes to back up. So if she's in heel position and I wait, sometimes she will move backwards and I click/treat, which is good. She will move backwards pretty far, too. But as soon as I try to move backwards with her, she sits. I guess I will just start by leaning backwards and go smaller/slower.

I've been able to shape any backward movement thus far, and that's what I would prefer to continue doing
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Old 08-01-2012, 11:11 PM
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Also, we've done this with the handstand thus far:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbLoy9McXgw
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Against my better judgement both Payton and Auggie will jump into my lap while sitting on a regular chair. Georgie still won't jump into my lap when I'm on a stool but she is not clicker-savvy so everything is harder with her. My mom says "it's because you train THEM more than HER! Georgie, she IGNORES you!"
Georgie isn't my dog, LOL.
Oh mothers. LOL.

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The dog without back feet learning he has em. So not exciting for most people but I was psyched. :P http://youtu.be/y7M53dBq88I
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Also, we've done this with the handstand thus far:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbLoy9McXgw
Very nice! Your crew is both gorgeous and polite. Mine would've been all up in my face trying to mug treats. Lol.

EDIT: Forgot to say that I love Zuma's backward weaves - I might have to put that on my list for Mu.
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