Does anyone on board still utilize the above for "Fetch" through distraction or proofing? Also, would this be considered direct or indirect pressure?
Peake - Who is considering adding this to the tool box.
Peake, all the marble fetch I've heard or read about would be direct pressure. Some people still do it. Some claim your program's not correct or true to Rex without it.
Does this mean you have changed your position on going to your grave in your Nikes with an empty transmitter holster?
The new G2's charge in two hours on a neat cradle, flip over to trickle charge when full, and have no memory on the batteries...very nice! :wink:
Keep the logo to the front!
- likely to not re-Amish myself, and still following Lardy's articles to the letter with trainer-limited, OK-to-good results,
* If my read on this is true, and you are considering taking on marble fetch as a "tool" but not considering using a collar, it feels like a mis-match to me. One of my finest pals on the planet avoids the collar methods because he's not keen on all the "pressure" that go with today's e-collar methods, per his interpretation. I'm quite sure he'd put something like marble fetch at the top of this list as undesirable or un-needed pressure.
* Did I write that I'm not too ready to put my Nikes back on yet?