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Old 05-22-2013, 03:45 PM
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Bloo is SO COOL!!!! I love her!!!!!!!

I love Yarrow's giant hoop!

Sloan is awesome. What a great idea!

Zuma's great!!

Eta - I can't watch Art's video on my phone but I'm excited to see it!
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Old 05-22-2013, 04:37 PM
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Session two with Sloan: http://youtu.be/60OtsvAQnSY

By the end she got it off the floor and "got dressed" three times but of course my phone was full and it off videoing at this point. Le Sigh.

I love this dang dog, she's so stinking smart.
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:08 PM
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We had our second session of jumping over a stick (well a tube, before it was a bat, so stick shaped things). I started like I did the first session, luring/hand targeting over the stick. But he didn't seem to get what he was doing right to get the treat. No hand target from me meant no going over stick. And I had to get off of a hand target before I could start transitioning to my arm (rushing I know). So I decided I'd go back to square one and just try and shape him over. So I put it back down on the floor and waited. He didn't really catch on this time, but hopefully next time. He either scratched the tube or lied down. I suppose I could start with scratching but I really think we should be able to start with walking over it, he's doing it frequently enough I think. I made the session WAY too long, I really need to time myself or something, it didn't feel that long at all. I also need to be more patient and stop trying to move ahead so fast.

I made a video but youtube is being difficult, I'll try to get it up later.
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OK so I tried this today using her dinner as reward LOL. Haven't had much training time lately :/

Anyways, even in viewing this I know I need to fade my pointing her off like ASAP. But here's what we did in like 5 minutes! I wasn't recording, then decided to record it, which is why it's only 1 minute long - this is the end of the session. My arms are in a hoop shape, I just look icky and wanted to leave out my face



For those who used this sort of method, how long did you stay sitting?
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OK so I tried this today using her dinner as reward LOL. Haven't had much training time lately :/

Anyways, even in viewing this I know I need to fade my pointing her off like ASAP. But here's what we did in like 5 minutes! I wasn't recording, then decided to record it, which is why it's only 1 minute long - this is the end of the session. My arms are in a hoop shape, I just look icky and wanted to leave out my face



For those who used this sort of method, how long did you stay sitting?
Have her jump up on your lap and circle the other way when she hops off---not turning back around the chair but turning and getting a treat out of the left hand. So she does a circle. That will help later with the flow when you stand. Which I did as soon as he was reliably doing a circle
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Have her jump up on your lap and circle the other way when she hops off---not turning back around the chair but turning and getting a treat out of the left hand. So she does a circle. That will help later with the flow when you stand. Which I did as soon as he was reliably doing a circle
Ohhhhh so instead of circling around me like a finish, have her circle in front of me (she would be going to the left versus to the right around me)? If that makes sense
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Ohhhhh so instead of circling around me like a finish, have her circle in front of me (she would be going to the left versus to the right around me)? If that makes sense
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I've had a break through with Pirate. He'll now jump through my hooped arms as long as I throw a treat through first. It's progress but not where I'd like him to be yet. And this has taken four days.
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I thought I'd share this photo of Dex doing her hoop/arms trick during her freestyle at a disc dog event. As SaraB put it: "this looks like she is erupting from you like an alien baby".



I couldn't agree more! :P
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Have her jump up on your lap and circle the other way when she hops off---not turning back around the chair but turning and getting a treat out of the left hand. So she does a circle. That will help later with the flow when you stand. Which I did as soon as he was reliably doing a circle
Is this how most start this trick? I was actually having trouble visualizing it and this helps. (Did I totally miss it earlier in this thread?) I feel dumb now. LOL
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