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Old 08-11-2012, 10:43 PM
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Awesome foot stall! How could you go about training this by yourself? I can't see any one laying on the floor for me like that, hehe
I couldn't come up with a feasible way. I tried laying on my back with my legs on a desk chair and having her stall on my knees but that didn't really work. I thought for a good week on trying some other way and seriously couldn't think of anything other than this. So ya. I don't know!
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:46 PM
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HAHAHAHA! Sara, you need to start a Rent-A-Tim service to help people train footstalls!

Also, I didn't see any c/t going on for the helper being so helpful.
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:47 PM
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Also, I taught Frodo to play dead tonight. Ryan has video on his phone but won't upload it for me
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:47 PM
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HAHAHAHA! Sara, you need to start a Rent-A-Tim service to help people train footstalls!

Also, I didn't see any c/t going on for the helper being so helpful.
Well for proper husband training, one has to adopt the dominance theory way of training.
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:55 PM
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Also, I taught Frodo to play dead tonight. Ryan has video on his phone but won't upload it for me
Ryan deserves a dead leg punch.
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Also, I taught Frodo to play dead tonight. Ryan has video on his phone but won't upload it for me
He deserves a good alpha roll or two.. Have you been walking through doorways before him lately?
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:32 AM
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HAHAHAHA!

Welp, here is the video. I hate/love watching these videos because it's embarrasing how inefficient of a trainer I am, it's really a miracle that Frodo can even sit but I like seeing all the things that I'm doing wrong.

This is the first non-behavior mod training we have done since starting meds. Even though the meds aren't at full capacity yet, it was awesome to have a dog that was THINKING about what he was doing instead of him going "OMG I don't know what you want *stresspant* *stresspant* *laysdown* *BARKBARKBARKBARK* Tell me what the eff you want?!??!?!!"

http://youtu.be/0atgSzRJQWg

Also, yes Froman is a little bit more chubby than normal. With all the work we have been doing since seeing Dr. D there really isn't too many places that I can cut calories. And since he has been having pretty large fluctuations between calm, collected awesome little corgi and snarly Cujo dog that would GLADLY take a chunk out of people while he gets used to his meds, I've been trying to keep him away from any crowded environments (like hiking trails) where I can't control people. Which means less calories burned.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:20 AM
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I love it! Super cute, how'd you start?

I have some of those lean treats (I think that's the brand) from several clients and all of my dogs love them, maybe something to look into? He looks fine to me though.
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Old 08-12-2012, 09:15 AM
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I've been working in training Bailey to jump in my arms... this is hard for her because she is super aware of her personal space lol. But we're making good progress! And this will be a very helpful trick methinks.
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Old 08-12-2012, 01:57 PM
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Kastle's leg weaving has come a long way - he's matured so much the last couple of months! He used to bark and air snap and muzzle punch my hands.


Like this...





Getting loud mouth to shut it would be a trick in itself.

PS Kastle looks great, I like the calm attention!

ETA: Backup heel free, we have some polishing and it's 3minutes long but I figure I'll share.

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