On July 18 2007, 2:46 PM, brooksybrooks1 wrote:yeah tre likes food...a lot! i usually use the natural balance sausage looking treats all cut into tiny pieces when i use it, and i usually only use it in this type of training when i'm teaching him something for the first time.
what do you mean walk the dog along a fence? maybe i used the wrong word. i meant he steps out in front of me too much, i want his shoulder at my knee.
tre understands what a stand is roughly, i want to start getting him to really understand it by having him go into it from a sit or a down or a walk or run so he understands it doesn't just mean stop moving it's a position. thoughts?
knox looks nice though, right?! what a flashy dog he is. just got his sch II, he'll have his 3 in no time, but he's had some surgeries on his knee that are have always been a small problem but are starting to be a bigger problem. i would hate to see him stop working because of something like that, he's such an amazing dog, but i guess you gotta do what you gotta do.
On July 18 2007, 3:10 PM, brooksybrooks1 wrote:oh what are those horses called, Lipizzaner or something like that, not spelled right. i love it when dogs do that. i don't think it's the sort of thing you can train though, i think that you can teach a dog a focused heal and then it's all them whether or not they do that fancy prance. i definitely love it though-very cool.
On July 18 2007, 3:29 PM, brooksybrooks1 wrote:cool. hey i found a video of me using the leash behind my back for a sit in motion and i'm uploading it now so that should be up here sometime today. let me know if it's what you were talking about.
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