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Old 09-29-2012, 11:17 PM
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We're training, just not tricks. Last week was entirely beefing up their stays and recalls. Well... Mia really, but Summer wanted to play too. In particular having Mia stay while sitting in front of a jump (it's so tempting!)
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:09 PM
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A quick video of T doing perch work and working some tight turns in position.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_x7HsDgH-o

ETA - I'm working on getting Kimma to roll herself up in a blanket, but it's slow going. We're at the point where she will hold on to the edge of the blanket (well we are using a towel) and roll on her side. For tonight's session with it I will stop rewarding as heavily for that and HOPEFULLY she will roll all the way over. She did it a few times and I had a HUGE party, but it's not consistent.
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:08 PM
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Here's where we are with Mu's limp.



I need some ideas on how to get her to move forward WITH her paw in the air. Should I put the paw up on cue first?
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:32 PM
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(cue Erin running around like a headless chicken)

I just sent this to the head trainer guy at schutzhund club, it's a list of stuff related to getting Kes ready for his IPO-V in 8 weeks. o.O



Annnnnd working on getting Aeri BH ready since her brain has returned on the field finally. I may be insane....
just saw this when it was bumped back into the current topics, but are you sure you can pick your dog up by the collar? Nobody is ever going to mistake me for an official rulebook that's for sure, but I was always under the impression that a SchH I was the only place you could "pick up" your dog in the blind.

Since everything dropped "schutzhund this year and is now "IPO" we could never "pick up" our dog at any level in IPO, it was always a call out. But beyond that, i've have only seen people fail for touching their dog, a collar grab was almost always grounds for failure. I'd check on those to be sure. I could be wrong, but just going off past experience.
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:35 PM
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Here's where we are with Mu's limp.



I need some ideas on how to get her to move forward WITH her paw in the air. Should I put the paw up on cue first?
LOL at the beginning "Ouch, that's really painful!" Jackson's nails are sooo sharp, I'm always saying 'ouch!' when he paws at me.

Anyways, I lured Jackson with a treat to get him limping and moving forward at the same time.

Basically did this:



I do have a "did you hurt your paw?" cue with him too where he simply holds up his left foot as if it's hurt, lol. That came about while teaching limp, he kept offering that so we made it another trick.
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:40 PM
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YAY! It's still rough, but we're finally getting somewhere with this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of7rivgY91c
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:40 AM
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LOL at the beginning "Ouch, that's really painful!" Jackson's nails are sooo sharp, I'm always saying 'ouch!' when he paws at me.
Lol, she's started pawing me REALLY hard since we started working on this. Apparently, if I don't want a regular paw I must want the SUPERFORCE paw.

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Anyways, I lured Jackson with a treat to get him limping and moving forward at the same time.

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I do have a "did you hurt your paw?" cue with him too where he simply holds up his left foot as if it's hurt, lol. That came about while teaching limp, he kept offering that so we made it another trick.
That's actually the way I started this trick when I first considered it (last year?). I'm not opposed to luring her forward, once we get the paw in the air but she didn't get it all when I was helping her hold her paw up. Her shaped behaviors are a million times stronger than her captured or lured ones. I think I'll put the paw up on cue, like you have it, and then combine that and walking forward. I want to see Jackson's limp!! You should put up a video!
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:09 AM
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Finally bothered trying to teach Pay "shake."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRStf8ZjKzk

Fun fact, he learned "shake" in less time than it takes to listen to Gangnam Style. (I'm in a horrible mood and listening to Gangnam Style over and over to make myself feel better.)
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:56 AM
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Teaching Limit to indicate on explosives elements. I want a sit and stare at the "hot box" and I've been letting him offer behaviors. He has the sit pretty quickly and then the stare comes - it's very exaggerated, Jason calls it the vulture sit LOL

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Old 10-20-2012, 09:32 AM
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Go Limit! Also, when the heck did he get so big?!
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