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Old 12-14-2010, 10:06 PM
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Trying to teach Lucy to nail her dog walk contacts again (running) We had them perfectly, then we took her to a run through that had a wobbly dog walk and it freaked her out. For the past month, she's been leaping off from just a hair above the yellow.

Unfortunately, since I don't have a dog walk at home it's either pay tons of money for private lessons to just work equipment, or attempt to practice with just a board on cinder blocks...neither of which is terribly appealing!

Also, shaping her to wiggle her ears on command. I need a funny cue to go with it!
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Old 12-14-2010, 10:10 PM
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stupid question. What are go outs?
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Old 12-14-2010, 10:12 PM
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Z: working on her running contacts, directionals, and her T-rex impression.

Kes: cleaning up heeling position and adding sharper turns, sit/down/stand out of motion, directionals, baby obstacle discriminations w/ send outs, contacts, schutzhund tracking and bitework
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Old 12-14-2010, 10:18 PM
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towards something specific or just to get them to move out independently?
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Old 12-14-2010, 10:36 PM
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Pax is learning leave it.. ( poop ice pops are not cool)
jack is finally starting to master lay down and stay, I make him stay while I work with puck and then they all get a treat.

Puck is learning everything, His sit is good, he knows now he has to sit and waite for dinner ( and not touch pax's while he waites) Working on basic leash work as he hates its. Added down this week and so far so good. he also grasps waite when we are at the door before we go out but he has about a 10 sec timer.

All three are learning to down and stay and take turns getting the toy for mom.

whats the best way to teach heel? I think that will be the first for when puck is better on the leash.
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Old 12-14-2010, 11:03 PM
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towards something specific or just to get them to move out independently?
That all depends on the context.

It's usually in a straight line in the direction that you point.
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Are they officially, formally called "go-outs" in rally-o or something? Because I've always called that a "send-out".
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Old 12-14-2010, 11:15 PM
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Are they officially, formally called "go-outs" in rally-o or something? Because I've always called that a "send-out".
I don't know what they're "officially, formally" called in various venues. I've heard them called go outs, send outs, send aways. I also use all three of those terms myself.
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"Smile" and "speak." I think that's what we're working on... I forget.
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Are they officially, formally called "go-outs" in rally-o or something? Because I've always called that a "send-out".
I think agility trainers (and assistance dog trainers) tend to call them "go-outs," while obedience trainers call them "send-outs." Same idea, though.
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