Class July 20th, 2015

  1. Once Ice saw the toy he speeded up dramatically.  He was that much quicker I got hopelessly behind cuing the obstacles.  Therefore I need to work more on transferring the value of the toy to the jumps.
  2. Ice did not read my “pushes” from the end of the Dog Walk that well.  He kept falling off the side of the board at or just above the contact zone.
  3. Tunnel / A-Frame discriminations, Ice loves tunnels and he loves the A-Frame too.  When faced with a choice the tunnel won!
  4. I started doing some of the “Pre-Bang” game training for the Teeter.  Ice was very responsive to the clicker.
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