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Double The Excitement

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Janie Peirce

http://youtu.be/IpaFawjIcY4

Anna, here’s our video using the toy. I only sent a sample but I did do it more on the right side since she isn’t as comfortable with that side.

Janie Peirce

http://youtu.be/OfTVRJ6ByhY

Anna, more tries…

Sandy Mullis

Anna – Are we to use our L & R verbals for this exercise?

Sandy Mullis

Here is my double the excitement video. I have been working on this for several training sessions before I filmed it. I realized a couple of days ago that I wasn’t getting good focus forward and so in this video I started to clearly ask for that. I had already worked through using the toy as a lure and then up to a distraction moving it further and further around the wind until he was running by it and then ignoring it in my hand. but here I was working more on focus forward before I released him. His right… Read more ยป

Sandy Mullis

Good point – I do find it challenging to respond at the exact moment he glances at the toy – but will try starting closer to the toy and see if that helps. I work on this at his meals and he’s got good focus forward to his food ๐Ÿ˜€ He’s an eager beaver type!

Elise Strauss

Hi Anna! Here is our video! ๐Ÿ™‚

Catherine Jordan

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