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The Collection Recall

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Stefanie

Went out and tried a few on each side

Thought he did great staying straight on the line to me and decelerating to his stop

agilitymalinois

Love the herding dog crouch before he takes off for the second recall! πŸ˜†

Patty O'Bleness

Here’s our collection recall.

Patty O'Bleness

Thanks Daisy. Appreciate the lower cookie tip. Little dogs are hard to reward properly! I’m sure you’re finding out with your Sheltie! πŸ™‚

Patty O'Bleness

Daisy, how often would you practice these recalls? They appear to understand the recall and coming to the heel with a lure, but do they really understand what we are asking? How long does it take to set the behavior to an understanding? I guess this could make a good warm up exercise before other training. Would you always use the lure?

Patty O'Bleness

Awesome! Thanks, and it’s so quick and easy to just practice this daily. I have an issue with Jazzie not coming into the right side on FXs and I’m sure it’s because of this foundation work (or lack of it). I didn’t pay enough attention often enough.

agilitymalinois

Here is our collection recall.

NancyBallerstedt

Daisy Peel is there a way to look at the next couple of units to see where we’re going next without marking this unit as complete?

Shelby

Hello! Here is our video. This is after a few short sessions. I’m not sure why his left sided heel is so much more crooked than his right side – I have worked on them both an equally little amount of time! I am going to try to do some heeling work in our training room, against the wall, to prevent his butt from swinging out, then try this exercise again. I wanted to get that figured out before I added speed. Is that right? Or do you want me to try this again tonight, with speed?

Shelby

We redid this one. Also he’s still having a lot of difficulty coming into heel squarely, so I added a wing, on the left side only, to try to prevent him from swinging out quite so much.

Linda Van Mierlo

My dog is not recalling straight, but rear goes out to the side. How do I improve it?

Alexandria

Daisy rather than retyping what you have written I want to copy and paste parts of your comments over to my notes, but the browser does not support ‘copy & paste’ using the mouse or the keyboards nor does it support drag and drop. Suggestions πŸ™‚

Sandy Mullis

Here is my collection recall with Kit.

Sandy Mullis

Thanks Daisy. I’ll start doing a little more distance and see if it all holds up! Kit is super easy to train. I can’t say enough good things about this puppy that Donna Polka bred! Smart and so eager to learn.

Alisa Healy

Here is Ruby and Moses’ collection recall clip. Does it look like they’re stopping straight on the line? I don’t see much swinging out of the rear end in order to stop but not sure if they need to be stopping straighter.

Alisa Healy

Okay, so Ruby is looking okay, but Moses’ back end is popping up a bit. Do I have that right? He is so much dog to stop lol! Should I decrease the distance or just keep practicing with the distance I had in the video?

Alisa Healy

Daisy, here is another attempt at Collection Recalls with Moses at a closer distance. I still see a leg popping up but it doesnt look as bad. Should I stay at this closer distance until he can stop all 4 legs at once?

Wendie"Schneider"

OK, breaking the rules a bit here, just because it is getting late in the term and I usually practice all three of these together. Here are our three recalls. Let me know if that’s a problem — if so, I can do it one at a time.

Wendie"Schneider"

Will do another round of videos tomorrow morning. πŸ™‚

Wendie"Schneider"

Here is a second round.

Sasha

We still have quite a bit of distance work to do.
https://vimeo.com/user82925533/review/292428163/87ef323af1
https://vimeo.com/user82925533/review/292428029/fe90d5abdd

one for each side ~ Thank you
Jill & Zipper

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