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03-21-2014 10:48 PM
GatorDog
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Originally Posted by Lynn_P View Post
Alexis, you have done an awesome job with Carma's training.. love watching your videos (all of them). Tulah's pretty amazing also.
Thanks! Tulah is a cool little girl. I think I will have new video of her after this weekend!

I got an awesome clip of Carm's first long bite outside this season today!

https://vimeo.com/89761459
03-21-2014 08:53 AM
Lynn_P Alexis, you have done an awesome job with Carma's training.. love watching your videos (all of them). Tulah's pretty amazing also.
03-21-2014 05:31 AM
GatorDog
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Originally Posted by abakerrr View Post
I absolutely love watching you work this dog. First of all, she's beyond cute with those ear tufts and second, she's absolutely insane. Love it!

And I think her guard will be a lot more focused in the blind as she matures, just give her some time to grow up. Looked to me that she was having a "wait, who's touching me" moment, which probably had something to do with the fact that Scott was standing right outside the blind, filming.

She'll definitely be fun to watch compete when you start trialing her.
Lol thank you! A lot of her foundation was done on Scott, but we are trying to get her more into a "fighting" state of mind and less of a "playtime with daddy" one. I see her giving him the stink eye if he gets within biting distance sometimes lol. I'm sure more repetition will clear It all up.

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03-21-2014 05:28 AM
GatorDog
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Nice to see good training. Is she silent out? if so how do you keep her attn on the decoy in distraction?
Thanks! She is silent. I was disappointed at first, but it's what she wants to do naturally and I don't want to mess with it . We do a lot of the helper pushing her away and jumping back if she isn't keeping intense focus during the out. Usually work on it on the table or pole at this point, where the helper can jump back and Carm can't bite them =p

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03-21-2014 01:18 AM
abakerrr I absolutely love watching you work this dog. First of all, she's beyond cute with those ear tufts and second, she's absolutely insane. Love it!

And I think her guard will be a lot more focused in the blind as she matures, just give her some time to grow up. Looked to me that she was having a "wait, who's touching me" moment, which probably had something to do with the fact that Scott was standing right outside the blind, filming.

She'll definitely be fun to watch compete when you start trialing her.
03-21-2014 01:00 AM
Packen Nice to see good training. Is she silent out? if so how do you keep her attn on the decoy in distraction?
03-21-2014 12:45 AM
Blitzkrieg1 I like her, looks like a nice little female ear tufts and all. Very fast unlike my lumbering beast..lol. Im betting her longbite will look quite dramatic as she ages, seems like she wants to fly.
03-21-2014 12:39 AM
mycobraracr One thing we do if a dog is anticipating the down for the escape bite is keep heeling around the blind. Once the dog is focused back on the handler it is sent for the escape.

Not directed specifically at you OP. I know you guys got it covered. Just a general training tip.
03-21-2014 12:26 AM
Cassidy's Mom
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Originally Posted by Kahrg4 View Post
So this is not at all a proper training response, but I did enjoy watching her ear floofies fly as she was bouncing.
She is pretty stinkin' cute!
03-20-2014 11:55 PM
GatorDog
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Originally Posted by ayoitzrimz View Post
Yea you'll be surprised how much energy the dogs are containing when in obedience mode. We call it neutral (put him in neutral) only we do it with the dog between the legs.

The dog between the legs = put him in neutral, let him go nuts
The dog on the left = needs to contain himself
This way it's absolutely clear to the dog
But that's just our way, eveyrone has their own methods
We do the same just by grabbing the collar and standing off center. Sitting at the left is obedience mode.

She's definitely a little crazy
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