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Agility Schooling for Canines : Teach Your Canine Weave Poles All through Canine Agility Schooling



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Master how to instruct your canine to run weave poles when instructing your canine agility in this totally free online video.

Professional: Elise Paffrath
Bio: Elise Paffrath commenced her canine agility profession in the early 1970s.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

24 comments

  1. well I've tried bumbling through my own version of training…so I'll try it. my dog is very willing but I'm such a noob. I have the tall spike end poles and tape…but maybe i need the zigzag tape. is there a good source to get these poles that i can move together easily?

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  2. This method is absurd…the method I use take 3 sessions, I use no food no clicker

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  3. Doesn't really help watching a dog fully trained…

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  4. I know you made this comment 3 months ago but if you're having difficult try the 2×2 method by Susan Garrett. My dog learned to weave very quickly and it was super easy. So if this method isn't working give it a try. It's been amazing.

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  5. umm…i doesnt take years or months to teach this it took my border collie about 5 days.

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  6. Awesome tips … well made informative video … I love to train almost as much as competing with our English Cockers …. My guys fight to be the first one out the door for weave pole training.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I would CRY if it took my dog years to learn to weave LOL!

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  8. @flyballdalmation yes but it's quite hard to get your dog to run through, my dog just runs past it instead of through it, she didn't teach anything but show how to progress your dog when it already learned that

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  9. when i try to teach my dog the weaves he trys to chew them?

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  10. That's the point. Agility IS a game.

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  11. Search 'channel weaves' on google.

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  12. Try clean run or max 200. Search 'channel weaves' on Google.

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  13. good moves like jagger

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  14. forgot to mention that your dog should ALWAYS enter on his LEFT shoulder… thats kind of really important…

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  15. Agility helped me connect with my dog like never before today we got our first run through a homemade course with no leash :}

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  16. @SalenaGarrettt7 IT IS A GAME!!!! if you make it work for your dog, then she will hate it. if you watch dog agility competitions, almost all the dogs will be jumping and wagging their tail at the end. my dog does agility and he loves it. NEVER make it work. it is a way to bond with your dog and keep them active.

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  17. Very Nice! I do agility with all sorts of animals. Please come see our Guinea Pig Videos doing agility and tricks. And yes, my Guinea Pigs weave polls and items and carrots and Easter Eggs

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  18. i train mine with a ball and he does well, he picked it up in an hr, but now I don't know how to get him to do it without the toy …

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  19. @diegomansi Start with a leash first, and guide the dog so they know what to do. You could also try using guides. They will eventually catch on. I'm currently training my dog in agility, and using a lease has been working well so far.

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  20. @SalenaGarrettt7 Well thats the start. I believe you got to get rid of a bit of the extra energy first so that they are more focused in following cues. But more importantly you have to teach your dog how to watch for you in general.

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  21. @CHloE748 I agree, years sounds a bit too dramatic. I think like a week or so would be more like it.

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  22. I think it would help if she did the video with a dog that does not know how to weave. Acouple of training tools she did not reccomend is the clicker and wires that you can attach to the poles… guide wires.

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  23. @plunky02 I am using the Susan Garrett method of 2 x 2 weave poles. I know that she has some stuff on line. I go to a training center in Dallas – and Webster is progressing well. He is up to 3 2 x 2 weave poles positioned at 6:30 12:30 clock orientation. He is moving his body well through the weaves and hopefully will be weaving through straight poles soon. I know people who use the method shone above and are successful, but the dogs have a tendency to miss the entrance.

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  24. My dog learnt that in about 3 days and he can go even faster than that dog there !

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