What Is 4 Way Play 4 Way Play is a multiple disc game that blends quality handling, throwing, and catching. It asks dog and handler to play to all points on the field, highlighting flatwork and team movement as well as precise and thoughtful throwing. It’s a great game for learning how to move a […]
This is super cool. We’ll be doing the UpDog Freestyle over New Years at the 3rd Annual PVybe Florida Camp at Kat & Jack Fahle’s place outside of Tampa. We are excited to get the opportunity to test drive a new contest format. I’ve been lucky enough to get a look at the rules and […]
Here’s a little slow motion jam cam footage with Ron & Loot.
Here’s Ron & Loot jamming with the DogPro go pro platform for dogs.
Loot and Ron work on some new disc dog moves. Hat Tip to Yachi & Kosuke Hirai for the inspiration. The sequence is: Scoot to Screw Vault (Reverse Chest Vault) to something that I’m calling a Spinny Vault or a Spiffy Vault, a variation of the Japanese Dog Catch. It’s called a Screw Vault because […]
Ron Watson comments on disc dog instructors in response to a status update by Lawrence Frederick on Facebook.
S2E1 of Pawsitive Vybe, the dog training & lifestyle webseries. This episode focuses on unsolicited eye contact, aka: Attention, and Dismissal.
Well we survived another Christmas. Here’s what went down that week… Episode 2 of our pilot season of the Pawsitive Vybe Dog Training & Lifestyle show.
This one simple adjustment, switching directions, changed Si from a horse chasing a Frisbee to a big cat leaping for it’s prey. The difference could not be more startling. It, literally, freaked me out.
Dog Frisbee is just dog training with a slightly different focus. It’s easy to forget that. When you’re talking about how shapes and patterns develop, the Xs and Os, it can be helpful to fall back on what you know about dog training.
A handy list of Disc Dog Flatwork and Routine terms.
This is the first piece of a series where we Revisit Xs and Os. Over the next few weeks to help bring some more clarity to both disc dog Flatwork and patterns that we can use (or get used by) on the field.
Introducing Georgios & Lupo our new interns from Thessaloniki, Greece.
Apryl made the MN State Championship Trophy and also the Wazee Spirit Trophy for the Minnesota Disc Dog Club. We delivered them to camp this summer. We had to sit on it for a while, as it was kind of a surprise…
This footage was taken in Michigan while on our coast to coast Disc Dog Camp tour.
The Ninja Bounce, essentially a spinning overhand airbounce is based off of the Push throw. A full twist is followed by an overhand airbounce.
Slowing down a disc dog’s on field movements is important for safety and performance. It is also important for your dog’s frame of mind as well. Thoughtful and purposeful work is always better than bonkers. Here’s 8 tips to help you slow down your dog:
Here are nine things that noobs do that everyone should be aware of so they can not do them as much and get bigger and better scores. Any one of these issues could and will cost you more than a few points in a contest:
Frisbee Dog freestyle tips by Ron Watson of Pawsitive Vybe.
PVybe dogs hang out at the Empire Tavern in Fargo, ND with Abby, Apryl & Ron.
Apryl Lea works on some custom canine art for a famous disc dogger. It’s a secret surprise present, so don’t spill the beans.