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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-12-2012, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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A little progress in Obedience

We are getting there. Can you tell?
Can't wait to see where we are in two or three months from now.
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Very nice job! Wish I could get my SL that excited about ob!
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Practice really does make perfect, great job

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We are far away from perfect but we did get better.

First the BH, than we'll see what comes next.
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Nice! When you lure with treats into your hand like that, do you have problems with her watching your hands when you have them in a normal position? I can't lure with my hands with Jax because she focuses on my hands wherever they are.




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We are far away from perfect but we did get better.
If results were always easy to come by we wouldn't have to work so hard and the world would be a more boring place IMO lol Problems make the result oh so much sweeter

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Very true. Nala does make it very easy to work with because she's such a happy-bubbly personality and dog.
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You both look like you're having so much fun-I can really see the bond she has with you in this vid.
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Nala is such a good looking dog!
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Nice! When you lure with treats into your hand like that, do you have problems with her watching your hands when you have them in a normal position? I can't lure with my hands with Jax because she focuses on my hands wherever they are.
Not really. We switch them up. I never hold them in the very same position. One mistake I used to do in the past was luring way too much rather than having the dog figure it out by themselves. Due to them figuring stuff out they don't really focus that much on the food then.

I pretty much have to retrain Yukon because I've always lured him, always showed him what to do and he's completely attached to the food hand. He is just learning to think for himself. It takes a while but he's getting there.
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