Tag Archives: Drop

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.

Flipping the Field for Toss and Fetch Retrieve Speed

Flipping the Field for Toss and Fetch Retrieve Speed


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This is the third and last installment of our Improving Toss and Fetch Retrieve Series. This content will be covered completely in video, images and text in our next Disc Dog Foundation online distance learning class which starts Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011. It will also be added to the first update of the DiscDogger’s Toolkit. […]

A Faster Toss and Fetch Retrieve with 2 Discs and Bitework

A Faster Toss and Fetch Retrieve with 2 Discs and Bitework


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A few Days ago I wrote about Improving a Toss and Fetch Retrieve and said that I’d share two techniques that we use here at Pawsitive Vybe to increase our Retrieve speed in our dogs. Here’s is the first technique, Bitework. These techniques will be covered in complete detail in pictures and video in our […]

Improving Your Disc Dog’s Retrieve Speed in Toss and Fetch

Improving Your Disc Dog’s Retrieve Speed in Toss and Fetch


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I have been asked on more than one occasion,”How do I get a faster Retrieve from my dog in toss and fetch?” It’s a simple answer: give your dog a reason to haul butt back to you. This simple fact often escapes handlers because we all get caught up in the game of toss and fetch – […]

Fixing a Retrieve with Bitework

Fixing a Retrieve with Bitework


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This is a response to a post in a discussion on K9Athlete.com I know this is an older thread. The funny part is I have instructed folks on the retrieve and trained successfully four of my own dogs to do it….then I got Zeke. He will be great at freestyle, he will drop the disc as […]