Wayne Nutt· Registered
Looks like a de-flaring drill using the no-no procedure, right Wayne?This is a less than two minute extract of a 10+ minute no-no drill.
I think you conducted the drill very well. You can see it in the dog's attitude and responses. I like this sort of focused drill for transitional dogs, and even later for maintenance.Evan, Yep, going straight over an obstacle. The other major benefit is getting Hank used to being recalled for future poor initial lines in the field. Previously, if I would tell Hank "no" he would think he was being punished and the tail would go down. You can see on the video with the "no" and recall his tail was still wagging.