Pedestal Circuit for Confidence, Rear End Awareness, and Ballwork


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This is what we call a pedestal circuit here at Pawsitive Vybe. In the video, Ernie & Rusty are working on generalizing the Stall behavior to grease the skids for getting Rusty on an exercise ball for Ballwork. Favorite

Loose Wrists Flick Discs – The Trick to Floating Discs

Loose Wrists Flick Discs – The Trick to Floating Discs


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here’s some footage from camp of a drill we developed at Pawsitive Vybe for generating the heavy Zs (lots of spin) on discs required to make them float and hover to entice your dog into jumping up there and leaping for them. This drill doesn’t have a name, but it should. I call it the […]

Fixing a Dog Who Can’t Catch – Part 2

Fixing a Dog Who Can’t Catch – Part 2


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this is the second installment in this series. Check out part 1. continued from part 1 – yes, this is the same video but you should watch it again… Roller A Roller is a vital skill for disc dog training, and is simply a disc that rolls on end like a wagon wheel. The Roller […]

Fixing a Dog Who Can’t Catch – Part 1 of 2

Fixing a Dog Who Can’t Catch – Part 1 of 2


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sometimes dogs learn the funniest things. like Viper here… he thinks the object of the game is to pick up the disc off the ground. unlearning that and teaching a catch can be a tough job. here’s a session from a recent disc dog camp on solving this problem. Jaimie & Viper came to disc […]

Zen of Multiples

Zen of Multiples

For Disc Dogs, performing a multiple (several discs thrown in rapid fire succession usually at a short distance and in front of the handler) can be a challenge. Multiples often lack a convincing catch, and this lack of commitment to possessing the disc can make the skill look like rapid fire misses instead of rapid fire catches.

TOP SECRET: Disc Dog Research & Development – Scoot to Rebound

TOP SECRET: Disc Dog Research & Development – Scoot to Rebound


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So I’m violating a cardinal rule here at Pawsitive Vybe. Normally we do not show any cool new trick until we’re ready to put it on the field. But in the Spirit of VloMo11, I’m going to commit a cardinal sin and give this one up the day after it was conceived, developed and filmed. Please […]

Heads Up!

Heads Up!


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Like horses, dogs gallop and there are 2 kinds of gallops, probably a few more, but let’s just talk about two: Head Down If you throw a lot of rollers, or you have a super drivey disc killer, or experience Premature Ejumpulation, you probably have a head down gallop going on. The head down gallop […]