Obedience Video

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Postby katiek0417 » May 23rd, 2007, 5:47 pm

On May 23 2007, 4:40 PM, Big_Ant wrote:Makes Sense Katrina, and I seen the video of Asja hitting in that one trial and it was hard!!!

Oh! I found someone to get me the list of the Sch Commands in Japanese for Mr. Rider Boy. I'm not sure they translate perfectly since the person who got them for me was not a dog person, so the use of adjective/verb might be a little off, but what can you do? Google only had symbols, and none that were specifically from dog/sch people. Just standard word translation.

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Awesome...I actually think I threw mine out...they were from my old trainer...and, well...look at Sacha...

Asja definitely is absolutely awesome...she's also the sweetest, most social dog...she can go up to kids and love on them right after she's brought off the field after bitework...
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Postby DemoDick » May 23rd, 2007, 8:50 pm

On May 23 2007, mnp13 wrote:
On May 23 2007, 14:27, ellie@ny wrote:Nice work! :)
Can I ask why is he wearing the muzzle?


PSA requires that the dog be muzzled at the beginning of the obedience portion of the routine so he has to be used to wearing one.


I would still do some obedience in muzzle even if it wasn't required for PSA. Muzzle fighting is an important skill for a PP dog and the WORST thing you can do is put the muzzle on the dog and send him on the bad guy. Teaching the dog to ignore the muzzle and not to see it as a cue that muzzle fighting is imminent is called deconditioning. Doing some obedience in muzzle is part of deconditioning.

It's also a MAJOR distraction for many dogs, so it's something to train through.

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Postby ellie@ny » May 23rd, 2007, 9:36 pm

On May 23 2007, DemoDick wrote:
On May 23 2007, mnp13 wrote:
On May 23 2007, 14:27, ellie@ny wrote:Nice work! :)
Can I ask why is he wearing the muzzle?


PSA requires that the dog be muzzled at the beginning of the obedience portion of the routine so he has to be used to wearing one.


I would still do some obedience in muzzle even if it wasn't required for PSA. Muzzle fighting is an important skill for a PP dog and the WORST thing you can do is put the muzzle on the dog and send him on the bad guy. Teaching the dog to ignore the muzzle and not to see it as a cue that muzzle fighting is imminent is called deconditioning. Doing some obedience in muzzle is part of deconditioning.

It's also a MAJOR distraction for many dogs, so it's something to train through.

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Thank you so much for explain it for me!!!I don't train in PP,so I didn't know! :)
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Postby DemoDick » May 23rd, 2007, 10:18 pm

Thank you so much for explain it for me!!!I don't train in PP,so I didn't know!


Any time.

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Postby luvmypitties » May 24th, 2007, 10:05 pm

On May 23 2007, 4:26 PM, katiek0417 wrote:
Tina, whenever you are settled with work, give me a call....it would be fun to have you come up and train with us, sometime...also, are you going to start training with Rick at some point?


I have talked to him on the phone but I cant afford to do training with him at the moment. He said he would work with me on cost but even then it just isnt enough fo me right now. I also PMed you about somethings as well!
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Postby katiek0417 » May 24th, 2007, 10:18 pm

On May 24 2007, 9:05 PM, luvmypitties wrote:
On May 23 2007, 4:26 PM, katiek0417 wrote:
Tina, whenever you are settled with work, give me a call....it would be fun to have you come up and train with us, sometime...also, are you going to start training with Rick at some point?


I have talked to him on the phone but I cant afford to do training with him at the moment. He said he would work with me on cost but even then it just isnt enough fo me right now. I also PMed you about somethings as well!


You've got a PM...
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Postby Jenn » May 24th, 2007, 10:29 pm

Guy with mustache made me laugh! That was really neat to see. :)
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