Have you ever been sitting on the side of a field and thought to yourself “I wish my dog had a sweet disc exchange like Tempest does”? If so, then today is your lucky day! Jeremy is sharing with us how he taught that disc exchange to Tempest. Continue reading
Scoot is a transitional move often used in freestyle to set a dog up for the next move. It’s often useful if you want the dog to collect to prepare for the upcoming move. Continue reading
A back stall is where the dog jumps on your back & waits (stalls), before making a catch. I found this tutorial by Pam’s Dog Training Academy, where she uses a platform target to teach it. While I have never used this method, I like it & I think I will use it in the future.
Ahh, the drop. It’s a key behavior for the sport of disc. Having a fast, reliable drop on a verbal cue from anywhere on the field can allow you to get more throws in Toss & Catch and smoother sequences & more options in Freestyle. It opens up new strategies in games like Time Warp & 4Way Play. It’s one of the most basic building blocks in our sport. Yet it’s one that many people struggle with. Continue reading