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Bark and hold 16 months

Figured I would share; Gnash von der Zahnburg bark an hold:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQN3fkk_8PE


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Gnash looks great!

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Gnash is such a cool dog.




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He's an impressive dog....

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Ok I've been watching a lot of these training videos and I just love them and can't get enough... But what is the stick thing that they are using and why?

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Ok I've been watching a lot of these training videos and I just love them and can't get enough... But what is the stick thing that they are using and why?
In trial the dog is 'hit' with the stick so desensitizing the dog to the stick in foundation training is normal....it also helps in engaging the dogs aggression in the blind(you saw how the helper banged the blind with it when the dog came in).
Some dogs/not this one! need a bit of action from the helper to keep them in the blind and the stick works for that.
Other reasons for helper use of the stick or whip, but best to witness the sessions and timing, etc.

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In trial the dog is 'hit' with the stick so desensitizing the dog to the stick in foundation training is normal....it also helps in engaging the dogs aggression in the blind(you saw how the helper banged the blind with it when the dog came in).

Some dogs/not this one! need a bit of action from the helper to keep them in the blind and the stick works for that.

Other reasons for helper use of the stick or whip, but best to witness the sessions and timing, etc.

Thank you

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He is a super nice dog, and one of the best gripping dogs I have ever worked. Always full and hard and the grip never moves.
His owner/handler is doing excellent work with him.


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