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Old 07-30-2012, 09:23 AM
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Limit learning the puppy handstand, perch and pivot - he's so cute and he's finally learned how to learn!
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:27 AM
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Limit is super enthusiastic, I love it. That's a good idea to teach handstand. I've seen a lot of people use stacked books and Jax never got that. I'm going to try and get something set up like you have, good idea!
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:30 AM
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Well since it was rainy all day here, I just decided to go over some tricks with Kimma and teach her some new ones. Here ya go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCkz81J339E
That is a perfect song for that video! Kimma is just adorable. LOL at her jumping on the table. You sure you want her to know how to do that?!? hahaha. Love it.

Mia... is incredible. She is SO fast. I seriously thought she was on fast forward at first, haha. Love her enthusiasm

And Ziva jumping rope? Seriously? That's incredible.
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Old 07-30-2012, 07:10 PM
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That is a perfect song for that video! Kimma is just adorable. LOL at her jumping on the table. You sure you want her to know how to do that?!? hahaha. Love it.
Thanks!! Yeah, she did that on her own once in our old house, and I thought nothing of it (except OMG). But now she's doing it more and more, so I just gave up and captured it, giving it the name, "Dinnertime!" She doesn't do it as much anymore without my telling her
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Old 07-30-2012, 08:03 PM
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Teaching Kastle the weaves...

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Old 07-30-2012, 08:24 PM
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Hmmm so I've been teaching them both to jump over my arms. They get both sides individually but can't seem to get them to connect from my right to my left. Ideas? I started getting a little frustrated with Summer and you can't really do that with her so she started getting confused.

My basic method was get them to do the right then treat, then lure to the left. Hasn't seemed to work at all. I'm wondering maybe if I should start them right behind me on the left then take them over the left arm, around the front and then over the right arm?

They really don't want to go behind me much. Other thought was to just get them to do donuts around me at first so that they'll get more comfortable with being behind me instead of always trying to be within my eyesight.
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YAY! Go Kastle! I can't wait to get my next dog to work 2x2s from the beginning again. I just LOVE weave training!

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Hmmm so I've been teaching them both to jump over my arms. They get both sides individually but can't seem to get them to connect from my right to my left. Ideas? I started getting a little frustrated with Summer and you can't really do that with her so she started getting confused.

My basic method was get them to do the right then treat, then lure to the left. Hasn't seemed to work at all. I'm wondering maybe if I should start them right behind me on the left then take them over the left arm, around the front and then over the right arm?

They really don't want to go behind me much. Other thought was to just get them to do donuts around me at first so that they'll get more comfortable with being behind me instead of always trying to be within my eyesight.
Donuts could work, or if they know how to finish around you both ways, maybe just do that while kneeling over and over to get them used to it then reintroduce jumping over your arms? If that makes sense? LOL.
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Old 07-30-2012, 10:25 PM
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Hmmm so I've been teaching them both to jump over my arms. They get both sides individually but can't seem to get them to connect from my right to my left. Ideas? I started getting a little frustrated with Summer and you can't really do that with her so she started getting confused.

My basic method was get them to do the right then treat, then lure to the left. Hasn't seemed to work at all. I'm wondering maybe if I should start them right behind me on the left then take them over the left arm, around the front and then over the right arm?

They really don't want to go behind me much. Other thought was to just get them to do donuts around me at first so that they'll get more comfortable with being behind me instead of always trying to be within my eyesight.
I know kikopup had a video on this...



And here was another I saw the other day:
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Old 07-30-2012, 10:33 PM
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Is that for jumping into the arms or over? I'm watching a movie so I can't flip it on and watch yet.
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Old 07-30-2012, 10:40 PM
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