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07-11-2014 12:57 PM
Steve Strom I'll be curious to see how it turns out Faisal. I kinda followed along as you went from puppy to IPO3 with Gnash. I'll keep an eye out for Creasy videos.
07-11-2014 11:30 AM
Packen
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Training smarter, not harder.
Thanks GatorDog
07-11-2014 11:26 AM
Packen Steve, the guard and B&H are pretty strong with this dog, we were not training those when the vid was taken so your question is good.

I trained my older dog to IPO3 with totally different methods, now using totally different approach with younger dog! He starts trailing this year in winter and should be IPO3 by next winter. I think to grow as a trainer one needs to have a pretty diverse tool kit and that is my goal. The success metric is results, no verbal explanations.
07-11-2014 11:15 AM
GatorDog
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No worries at all Steve. He does not come back on his own, only obeying recall from me. We balance reward from me and helper, 90% of what I see only helper gives reward and those dogs cannot be controlled without serious corrections. Not my cup o tea.


Training smarter, not harder.
07-11-2014 11:02 AM
Packen
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No worries about coming back to you from an escape bite for a ball Faisal? Do you guys do a lot of that? No problems with their guarding? I've never seen that.
No worries at all Steve. He does not come back on his own, only obeying recall from me. We balance reward from me and helper, 90% of what I see only helper gives reward and those dogs cannot be controlled without serious corrections. Not my cup o tea.
07-10-2014 11:57 PM
Steve Strom No worries about coming back to you from an escape bite for a ball Faisal? Do you guys do a lot of that? No problems with their guarding? I've never seen that.
07-09-2014 09:05 PM
Packen Thanks everyone, yes he is a big boy yet pretty agile at the same time!
07-09-2014 04:49 PM
GatorDog He's one big boy Nice work.
07-09-2014 04:40 PM
robk Looks good. He is a big dog!
07-09-2014 01:40 PM
Tratkins Amazing! Love watching that focus!!!
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