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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-15-2015, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
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video training

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyQxpS0UUw4


Blizzak & me :-) training IPO1, protection
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I liked it a lot, but saw one small thing. I noticed you both have a tendency when coming into the transport position if the dog stops short, you both move back to her instead of getting her to come up to the helper. This could become a problem later at trial time if the dog is not even with the helper.
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I find it hard to be a good handler. I don't have much experience and my mistakes penalize my dog (I think)

This is my first dog :P
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No worries no one is perfect and we all learn from each dog. Also notice the helper does the same thing. SO next time talk with him and have him when the dog stops and sits to take a step forward instead of back that help to hopefully get the dog to move up closer to him. Good luck with her. For the tracking it looks to me like she raises her head to eat, would prefer for the bait to be easy enough to eat without raising her head. It keeps her focused.
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for tracking, we tried several treats but the dog always eat slowly. Cheese, sausage, meat, etc.


So, I just put treats in the "send pad" and just a few in the track. And in trial, he will have no treat.

During 6 weeks, in October & Novembre 2014, we trained very hard for tracking. The dog refuse to lie down to patch. We resolved this
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