|11-18-2012 09:19 PM|
|lhczth||If Wildo wants to win the Nationals he is visiting the right club.|
|11-16-2012 10:27 AM|
|cindy_s||My dog tends to guard the helper very closely. So, for the side transport I will ask the helper to take one step back if she is too close. That way I can cleanly heel away.|
|11-16-2012 09:48 AM|
|onyx'girl||& you cannot use the word *bite* ever, ever again!|
|11-16-2012 09:23 AM|
|robk||It seams to me that Wildo is trying to figure out how to win the Nationals before he ever even gets his first Schutzhund dog! (Just picking at you Wildo! I love how analytical you are! )|
|11-16-2012 09:11 AM|
Long bite, courage test are old school terms...sorry hahaha
|11-15-2012 04:27 PM|
|11-15-2012 04:21 PM|
Long bite!? Man, and here I thought I had the terms!!
-Bark and hold
Where the heck does long bite fit in???
|11-15-2012 04:14 PM|
I'm in the process of changing to this way also over this winter....After the long bite my dog is so high that the last 3 champioships I lost the "V" when he got out in front again or setup in basic next to the helper instead of with me. So now I will squeeze him betwen me and the helper and hope that works...LOL
|11-15-2012 03:25 PM|
I also saw some that would do the same thing in theory, but backwards. The handler would take a step backwards but turn into the dog (handler rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise). The dog would follow of course. Then the handler walked between the dog and helper, but with this method there was no confusion on the dog. It looked pretty good as well.
And of course the many videos I watched where the dog didn't seem to have any issue with the handler passing between the two looked just fine as well. ha!
|11-15-2012 03:20 PM|
|lhczth||I actually pivot right and ask Deja to go with me away from the helper. This made more sense to her than my stepping between her and the bad guy. Nothing to do with your question, but thought I would post anyhow.|
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