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|09-06-2014 09:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Sagan View Post
|09-06-2014 09:54 PM|
Originally Posted by lalachka View Post
Here's the link to the ball and string I use. Elite Working Balls with T-tug Handle-Elite K-9
Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg1 View Post
As far as the barking he only will bark once maybe twice on command but won't continue. Any suggestion to get him to continually bark until he get's the reward?
|09-06-2014 01:15 AM|
|Blitzkrieg1||Dog looks like he has some ball drive. I would start mixing some motion exercises into the ball play. Another thing you can do to build drive is get the dog barking for the toy. I occasionally lift my dog off the ball too to add some frustration and drive. Lift him off toss the ball a few feet get him barking for it and let him get it.|
|09-05-2014 09:29 PM|
Beautiful but I'm no expert.
I do want to buy his videos though. which ones do you have?
Also how much drive did your dog have before you started ?
And where did you buy the balls?
|09-05-2014 09:22 PM|
|Sagan||No input? I guess I'm doing okay then.|
|09-04-2014 11:30 PM|
Sorry videos broke and I can't edit original post, here they are.
|09-04-2014 11:15 PM|
Drive building critique (videos)
I watched some leerburg videos (one being: "building drive with Bernard Finks) and started the exercises when I got my pup at 8weeks. I started with a towel and progressed to a ball on string. I'd like to start introducing defensive drive (if I find a qualified helper) in the next year.
Please watch the videos below and critique the technique and let me know what I could change to get more out of my dog. He's just over a year and a half and a wgsl.