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Old 05-22-2013, 04:26 PM
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Why am I so lost about this pivot thing? Will somebody post a video or something? I love flashy heeling bullshit!
Yes, this. Lol. Recon and I have been working on catching short, low throw discs for foundations. I have very little idea what I'm doing, but I'm not letting him jump or chase them down, and I hope to be able to compete some day. I trained with a half time performance frisbee team for a while last year so I'm just playing back stuff Bill Camp taught me. :P

Sir is in agility currently and we're working on building his drive and concentration around other dogs.

I've been spending a lot of time with Frag perfecting our sloppy, beginner "heel work" for Rally. Lol
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Yeah that's where I've done it, in rally, and likewise, my dogs like it too! In rally I just cue for an right finish.

The first time I ever tried it, the instructor goes, "Just cue for an around finish, make your turn, and I promise the dog will be there." I was all NO WAY THAT WON'T WORK, WE'LL CRASH AND DIE. But it totally worked perfectly.
Yep that's how I cued it too and I just don't understand why that is SO AWESOME to the dogs lol. I would cue for a right finish while heeling sometimes just to mix it up and she would go all the way around me (I kept walkin straight) and that was okay but then when I did a 180 too and we met and started walking together the other way it was like we had, according to Kim, just executed this awesome prank. Every time. Cracked me up.
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Old 05-22-2013, 04:59 PM
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Squash loves that turn to death, too. The AKC rally sign where you do two in a row makes him SO jolly. WE ARE DOING IT!!! :/
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:18 PM
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No, yer all wrong! :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCY1C...5qlEZSGLlchvsA
At 1:05, it's the closest I can find. She's not heeling with Raika but I'll see if I can find the original video later.

So, that... vs the usual pivot where the dogs front leg stays with yours and it's STILL an about turn but they move their butt. Like this at 0:50,
http://youtu.be/9sDTlex_yUc
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:25 PM
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No, yer all wrong! :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCY1C...5qlEZSGLlchvsA
At 1:05, it's the closest I can find. She's not heeling with Raika but I'll see if I can find the original video later.

So, that... vs the usual pivot where the dogs front leg stays with yours and it's STILL an about turn but they move their butt. Like this at 0:50,
http://youtu.be/9sDTlex_yUc
Well yeah we were talking about an entirely different turn, not your front vs back pivot.
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I'm confused, you're looking for the dog to turn on its hind legs without touching the front to the ground?

The idea of keeping their shoulder with your knee is the Schutzhund turn but they should be on all four. lol
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:02 PM
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I'm confused, you're looking for the dog to turn on its hind legs without touching the front to the ground?

The idea of keeping their shoulder with your knee is the Schutzhund turn but they should be on all four. lol
Wait, do you mean they are pivoting on their back feet or their front feet? IPO pivot is supposed to be on the front...I think you are saying a pivot on the back feet?
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:04 PM
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The front should stick with your feet and their rear should rotate. I don't know anyone that trains a turn rotating the front?
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Plenty to still work on but I decided to drop the leash and see where we are. I'm frustrated no one else came today because I really need to work his group heeling but I figured I would share my run through.



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Plenty to still work on but I decided to drop the leash and see where we are. I'm frustrated no one else came today because I really need to work his group heeling but I figured I would share my run through.



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