"Whatever you do... don't let go!"
Sounds like Cujo's training is excellerating! Are you going to cross into aMike Schoonbrood said:He gets rewarded for a good defensive bark by getting a prey bite, if his bark is whiney n prey-like he doesn't get a bite.
I doubt that. I'd be happy with an ASR-E... maybe, just maybe, he'll be able to do ASR1, but right now ASR-E will make me more than satisfied lol.Martin Espericueta said:
This is Cujo's thread, but...Is Lÿka going to be strictly Amarican Street Ring,Mike Schoonbrood said:I doubt that. I'd be happy with an ASR-E... maybe, just maybe, he'll be able to do ASR1, but right now ASR-E will make me more than satisfied lol.
He's on a tie-out on his harness with a spring and a quick-release on a pole, decoy agitates n frustrates n makes the dog miss, then gives him a bite n pulls backwards, the dog is lifted off the ground by his harness, if he comes off the bite he loses it, it develops his grip and teaches him to come up to strike because the line on the pole guides him upwards when he hits the spring on the end of the line. It's similar to the concept of bungie work but set up a little differently... then for his last bite you pull the quick release n run him 30 or 40ft with the sleeve in his mouth, the decoy has a leash attached to the sleeve n keeps tension on the sleeve while the dog is running n then lets the dog win n carry the sleeve to the crate. If the dog drops it before he gets to the crate the decoy steals the sleeve n agitates again.Kristen Cabe said:What is going on in the first and last pictures??