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Unhappy How to get Kane to stack

Oh for the love of God.....HE WON'T STACK. Every time I try, he sits. I even had him on a leash to see if he pulled and went into a natural stack, and he wont pull, Kane sits and looks at me, like (duh ). I even put Zebra in the tree, put him on a leash (kind of like a rescue situation) and yelled ("Kane! Go get Zebra!) NOTHING!. He sits. Gah! Help! I would like to at least get one good pic of him in a decent stack. Any advice?

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I hope there is some useful tips said because I have not a clue how to teach stacking. My last dog Marshall did it almost perfectly on his own but I don't know how to teach.
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Teach the "stand" command. It is pretty easy, like sit or down, use a clicker.
Then have someone else manning the camera, while you tell the dog to stand, try and place the feet and have them take a ton of pictures. Over and over.

Use a string cheese in your fist with just a little sticking out the end for him to nibble as a lure forward to get him looking ahead (stay is useful here so he won't move his feet).

If you take 100 pictures you should get one or two good ones

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Teach the "stand" command. It is pretty easy, like sit or down, use a clicker.
Then have someone else manning the camera, while you tell the dog to stand, try and place the feet and have them take a ton of pictures. Over and over.

Use a string cheese in your fist with just a little sticking out the end for him to nibble as a lure forward to get him looking ahead (stay is useful here so he won't move his feet).

If you take 100 pictures you should get one or two good ones
Yea, that's one way!

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What is stack?


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