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Red face Epic Fail..........

I saw this vidio on facebook and thought I'd share.......



and he was doing so well............
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that made me laugh! he was ready to do something else!
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omg I'm laughing so hard!
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post #4 of 31 (permalink) Old 09-30-2012, 06:17 PM
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That poor guy, his video is all over the place, but can't help but laugh!

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here we go again --- he was not doing so well -- I bet you this man knows his dog and has had issues before - the control you can see is disintegrating in frames 16 to 18 where you can see the man fighting hard to walk forward , almost looks like he has a limp because the dog is pushing in to him , interfering - wanting the decoy. Frame 16 the man could easily have tripped over the dog. By 17 and 18 the man is dragging his leg pushing back hard on the dog to steer him . Once the dog is in platz , the man walks backwards keeping an eye on the dog.

Is this normal -- ? Can't recall - in the trials I am thinking back on the man would pivot and turn to the right and walk away.

Frame 56 , man starts to tuck his left arm - 58 both arms (hands) are now tucked away from the dog -. Handler moves , dog really pushing against him - frame 102 , 103 the dog does two rapid fire air snaps , 102 the dog is looking at the handler (after the air snap) not the decoy , so right there is a "tell" that the man/handler is a target. If the dog were correct he would have a laser bead on the decoy. Frame 109 the dog keeps looking back from the decoy to the handler's left hand . 111 handler has a sense of what is coming . The dog is not even looking at the decoy he has his muzzle up looking back at the handler who has his left hand out of the way , so the dog reaches across the handlers front and takes a snap at his right hand. Frame 14 left pant leg in mouth - thank god it wasn't more -
I don't believe it was the first time for this dog to handler aggress.

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LOL-I so don't see that as handler aggression
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This isn't handler aggression as much as misdirected drive frustration. The dog does not know how and where to channel his drive and goes for whatever is closest, or whatever catches his eye - no, not correct. A good example of dogs that are extreme.

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okay stand corrected, misdirection - not the first time I am sure --
it sure could have turned out worse -

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LOL, maybe if the judge hadn't stopped the routine just then we might have found out.

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This isn't handler aggression as much as misdirected drive frustration. The dog does not know how and where to channel his drive and goes for whatever is closest, or whatever catches his eye - no, not correct. A good example of dogs that are extreme.
Yep. Those dogs are easily turned into one or the other direction.
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