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Old 03-30-2017, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fun/Training Blurring the Lines VIDEO

I found this in the things that youtube did not lose ! LOL


The question was asked by a young man that solicited help with his out of control GSD "what do you do when you are playing with your dog to teach him"....after the session I said well "lets grab a dog and see". So he recorded it so he could try some of it with his dog as he was learning. Its off the cuff and not edited but maybe there is something in there you can use!

Im happy to report he has done well with that GSD ... I will see if I can get a video of him working with him as well.

https://youtu.be/O6fsIBhWyt0
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Old 03-30-2017, 11:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Mega-fun for dog & handler. Very nice to watch. It's a good thing sharing these videos. Thanks.
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Old 03-30-2017, 12:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for sharing. Like the enthusiasm of both of them! When I'm filming mine, I start to get all serious and don't look too fun. I MUST work on my energy
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Good stuff! Happy Happy Happy!
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Thanks for sharing. Like the enthusiasm of both of them! When I'm filming mine, I start to get all serious and don't look too fun. I MUST work on my energy

you are welcome ,,,, dont feel bad we all do that..... sometimes when the expectations are at the least is when we get the most out of the dog. On most of these dogs if you go all Sgt Carter on them you will see your training go backwards.
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Good stuff! Happy Happy Happy!
We can grab a dog and go outside and become a kid again ... its a wonderful thing! Might accidentally show the dog a thing or two in the process.
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Old 03-30-2017, 01:23 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I love this! This is how I do most of my training with ICE. The behaviors really do carry over when you need/want them.
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I love this! This is how I do most of my training with ICE. The behaviors really do carry over when you need/want them.

blurring the lines between what our idea of training is and playtime really works on a number of levels. It works on the bond between dog and owner it reinforces wanted behaviors and discourages unwanted ones. When we go at the dog with these expectations many times we just set ourselves and the dog up to fail. For me the things Im looking for seem to come in a more organic way more than in a strict "training regimen". But I have seen others who maintain a very strict program and are great trainers...
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One of the biggest things we got called on at training was being boring. That and being too long on the field and ending up with lacklustre work from the dog. It's hard sometimes, to go out on the field, especially when others are watching, and act goofy for your dog. But what they say about emotion travelling down the leash works for positive as well as negative.

We'd laugh, in a good humoured way, at the more animated than usual way one of the handlers would walk when doing heel work, but consistent high in trial scores for obedience prove he was doing a few things right.
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One of the biggest things we got called on at training was being boring. That and being too long on the field and ending up with lacklustre work from the dog. It's hard sometimes, to go out on the field, especially when others are watching, and act goofy for your dog. But what they say about emotion travelling down the leash works for positive as well as negative.

We'd laugh, in a good humoured way, at the more animated than usual way one of the handlers would walk when doing heel work, but consistent high in trial scores for obedience prove he was doing a few things right.
Leslie have you found that you could draw the dog out longer when the mood was light and more of a goof off mode?
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