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Ron Watson, an internationally renowned Frisbee grasp, was in San Diego undertaking a Frisbee seminar that I had the satisfaction to go to. He generously recognized the provide to do a cost-free youtube tutorial on some simple Frisbee foundations.

These exercise routines can be accomplished with a dog even prior to they have been released to a Frisbee, and can also be employed for awesome methods, or flashy Canine Freestyle moves as nicely!

I will have to say that my Frisbee throwing potential Significantly enhanced with a tiny tutoring! And now Splash is not taking in filth each time that I toss! Thanks Ron!

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Try to remember your dog really should be in excess of 18 months aged to do these exercise routines, to make sure their development plates are closed. Also retain in brain your dog really should also not be chubby or aged- stressing their joints far too a lot.

23 comments

  1. Nice video.

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  2. Like your training style

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  3. This was awesome, i'm looking forward to training my staffie to frisbee dog and i'm looking for videos on how to cover the basics of it, and yours is great! Thx. If you have advice for a newbee on the subject please don't hesitate.

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  4. Can you make a "how to" video on how to teach your dog to do the rebound trick? 🙂

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  5. great training tips. most people just show tricks. Thanks

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  6. Ron, nice video, what kind of covering do you have on the barrel? Looks like landscape fabric and duct tape?

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  7. Oh wow, I didn't realize she weighs less than Cricket!! She looks so much bigger.

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  8. This is fantastic!! I've been wanting to train Samson rebound for ages. Thank you for posting this 🙂 5*
    xx

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  9. glad to see someone more r+ than zakgeorge!

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  10. Thanks. We are not in any hurry so we will keeping plugging away. She's never been the most coordinated dog to start with, much like her mom who has the same issues! LOL!

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  11. Well I have just been inspired to train Sparky this tomorrow morning. 🙂 Thanks for the awesome video Emily and Ron!

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  12. Perfect timing! We have been working on this. How do you know when your dog is not suitable for this? Done wobble board, ladder rung climbing, barrel rolling, standing on back while I kneel, etc, to build coordination, muscles, body awareness, timing etc. She's 3yo. Some sessions I think she's not cut out for it. Her long legs are hard for her to coordinate & her feet don't seem to grip. Has landed on her back a couple of times due to foot slips. She's keen but I don't want her to get hurt.

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  13. thanks for posting this, Emily! Ron is such a great coach, I'm still waiting for him to come to Belgium! In the meanwhile I'm going to try the reverse vault training tips, because I had difficulties teaching Jessie this. Hopefully this is going to work!! 5*

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  14. I have been working on frisbee stuff a lot with my dogs lately so this video is a real help 🙂 Ron did an awesome job 🙂

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  15. Hey I wonder if you could make a video about how to teach the dog to jump correctly. Mine most of the time jumps straight in the air and lands on his hindlegs (not really good for his joints :/) that is a reason why we don't play frisbee so much anymore.

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  16. Great tutorial!

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  17. Hey Emily !!! Very nice and intersting info.
    Thanks!!!!! And
    Thanks Ron!!!!!!

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  18. Thanks! I just see so many dogs eat it on the way down (crashing to the ground). My dog Bandit has had a broken Tibia and I worry about him doing some of the stuff that he does. I run agility and I worry about that too! He likes it, so I guess I should just not worry and let him have fun! I would love to come to a seminar with you next time you are out here in San Diego. Thanks again! Pam & Bandit

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  19. Very cool! I don't think I'll be trying it with my chihuahua though:-) Roxy is a beautiful dog, btw. I'm gonna check out Ron's channel. Thanks for posting!

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  20. Thanks for posting! I love video responses! Great minds think alike! 🙂

    I taught stall by getting my dog to jump onto the couch and then put the cushion on my back- to become a human couch.

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  21. a couple weeks ago. Sorry you missed out! 🙂

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  22. Emily, You have such great helpful videos for people and their dogs. Thank you so much for caring. And it was so nice of Ron to do that. Yet another great job! Thank you! Ann

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  23. Hey Ron,
    Do i get any credit for this idea?? Looks alot like what i did exept you made it awesome!! lol
    (mabee ill post my vid as a response to this one..)

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