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Old 01-31-2012, 07:05 PM
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So after letting Mu sleep on her pivot style she improved considerably. It's less flaily but she still looks like she's performing some kind of complicated flip turn.

BallerinaMuPivot

And just for fun, here's the Monster dog crawling.

Tipper
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Old 02-01-2012, 09:25 PM
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Working on foundation jump work for agility, today's session on wrapping a jump wing and forward focus on her line.....vids in blog post.

http://ablondeandadog.blogspot.com/2...s-forward.html
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Old 02-02-2012, 12:56 AM
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I am going to be doing some tune ups with Bandit and am going to film it so I can get some advice on how to improve.
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Old 02-02-2012, 11:38 AM
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So after letting Mu sleep on her pivot style she improved considerably. It's less flaily but she still looks like she's performing some kind of complicated flip turn.

BallerinaMuPivot

And just for fun, here's the Monster dog crawling.

Tipper
Hahahaha, omg she can't take her eyes off of you for a second, can she?!

Tipper's crawl is adorable!
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Old 02-02-2012, 12:06 PM
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I can never figure out why it takes so long for Frodo to learn something, then I look at video of myself "training"
Cause who doesn't like flailing hands to confuse the dog during training

http://youtu.be/dFHiASb0YsI

He is getting much better! If I put it too far away he still picks it up and drops it every step until it gets to me, lol, not so much on the holding part yet.
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:24 PM
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Taqroy, Mu made me crack up in the middle of work the other day when I watched that. She is sooo funny

And Tippers crawl is great!

This was our practice against a couple of different objects, a pillar and a sign pole (that I had the camera angled really badly for)

Against a Pillar and Sign Pole

And then a down after a tennis ball. Still want it a little cleaner but I've finally got him to stop turning around when I say down.

The tennis ball is his most wanted toy.

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Old 02-04-2012, 12:08 AM
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I can't do much with Payton right now since he's on strict chicken and rice, no treats, so instead we are working on his self-control with the tug.

http://youtu.be/6mjOmZujb20

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Old 02-06-2012, 11:44 AM
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Hahahaha, omg she can't take her eyes off of you for a second, can she?!

Tipper's crawl is adorable!
Being the most important thing in the ENTIRE WORLD was really awesome until we started working on this. Although she did offer me a pivot in class last night, without the ballerina bounce!

Thanks for the Tipper love - she is so funny and cute and has become SO much fun to work with.

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Taqroy, Mu made me crack up in the middle of work the other day when I watched that. She is sooo funny

And Tippers crawl is great!

This was our practice against a couple of different objects, a pillar and a sign pole (that I had the camera angled really badly for)

Against a Pillar and Sign Pole
Mu is a goober. She had her play yesterday for the tricks class and when I asked for leg weaves she decided to jump in and out of her pirate ship like four times and then try to jump into my arms a couple times and THEN do leg weaves. In front of 20 people. *facepalm* I guess I still like her though cause at least she made everyone laugh.

I think you and Trav are really close to the handstand - I saw him try and pick both back feet up a couple times in that vid!!
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:57 AM
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Bandit's loose lead walking is going AMAZING. Better than it ever has been. He has improved so much over three days. Granted we have had no distractions other than smells but for a boy that really likes to sniff and mark and tug for that to go from a leash puller to not at all is amazing!

We aren't walking far obviously as I exercise him off leash right now as I really want to work on his loose leash walking and not go backwards... but I am so impressed with how well he is responding to the clicker.
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Old 02-09-2012, 01:12 PM
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So... Trainer bosslady wanted a picture of Zuma in heel position next to a rally sign for her website.. easy enough right? Well it would've been easy if hadn't been working so hard with Zuma on lifting that back leg next to different objects pretending she's peeing like a boy on them. Good thing we arn't planning on entering any rally trials anytime soon....

Lesson is this: Get those tricks under stimulus control! For those of you that have no clue what I'm talking about, stimulus control is defined by 3 rules:
-The dog offers the behavior when the cue is perceived.
-The dog does not offer a different behavior when the cue is perceived.
-The dog does not offer the behavior when the cue is not perceived.

Basically, the dog knows the behavior and the cue for it inside and out.
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