Challenge #3 – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Challenge #3

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  • Susanne says:

    Have you ever considered having some out takes submitted?🤪🤣.

  • says:

    For 3.5 and 3.6, another dog just has to be there? You don’t have to have the other dog tugging too right? (Once stay at home orders are up I would like to do again making harder, but for now it’s just me and 2 dogs; One is almost 17, so she doesn’t tug anymore.

  • Tropicalmk says:

    Does a 2 dog tug count for the presence of a dog or person? Or do I need Odie to stand there?

  • Barb VE says:

    Fun set of challenges!
    Notice I did the work with a distraction dog inside where I could better control everyone’s energy level. Patt looked like he was asleep standing up. Good boy.

    • Esteban Fernandezlopez says:

      Fantastic work! I reviewed your video and my only tip isn’t really a tip, but I’ll say that for the lifetime of my dogs, I mark about 95% of the time when the toy hits my hand on a retrieve.

      • Barb VE says:

        Thanks, Esteban!
        Interesting tip — I generally figure that, when the toy hits my hand, something interesting is almost always about to happen: either a tug session or a throw. Both of those are inherently “good” and don’t need to be marked, per se. I’m more likely to mark with verbal praise at the end; on the last one when we’re ending the session.
        We, both, have a system which works well for our dogs.

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