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Old 01-01-2013, 06:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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How to teach my dog to jump

I wanna teach her to jump
But I don't know what is the why to do it to protect her from injuries
She is 7 month old
Any suggestion???(;

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Old 01-01-2013, 11:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Jump on or over what? You can really hurt a growing puppy and why we really don't jump them till they are about 18 months. If you want to start, look for a puppy agility class to go to and they can show you how to properly teach your pup how to jump over jumps and much more.
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:32 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I am teaching my dog to do an "up top" I want him to jump up to my chest and give me high five. Is that what you mean? Or you mean agility jumps?
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Old 01-05-2013, 08:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
 

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Agility jump....
So I'll wait till she will be 18 month if its the best for her


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Old 01-05-2013, 05:14 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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I have been competing in high level agility for 17 years and currently still have the number one APBT in NADAC. Your in good hands lol. My suggestion is to find a puppy agility class in your area and go have fun with your dog! Learning Agility is not something you really should do at home if you have never done it before. Jumping even 12" at 7 months can really hurt your dog! I start the puppy agility classes I teach with the bars at 4" and they never get raised in puppy class. Then when they are over a year old they start adult agility classes. I start those dogs at 4" and in 8 weeks they only go to 12" and stay there for awhile till the dogs learn how to jump. If you are interested in agility You have to start Obedience NOW! go take a puppy class then a novice class. You have to have control of your dog to do agility. Especially since pits can get dog aggressive you have to teach them to ignore all dogs and not get excited when they see other dogs. That is very important if you are ever going to have your APBT off leash around other dogs. That should help you get started
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:13 PM   #6 (permalink)
 

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Thanks
It sound good
I'm form Israel we don't have a agility classes here /:

It will be helpful if you can upload a videos to you tube
And tech us/everyone how to do it well





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Btw I think my pup is to heavy for jumping
She is 65lbs at 7.5month old

Maybe should I make her legs stronger and than let her to practice on jumping ?




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I wouldn't do agility with a large dog JMO they can break down over time. My first agility dog was 65lb male and by the time he was 7 he had to retire because hid body broke down. If agility ins't an organized sport maybe it's not the best for someone with a large dog who has never learned how to properly jump a dog. What about something like Weight Pull? Here is a video on teaching a dog to find a find a jump. This is my dog I was talking about earlier. She's 15 but still competes.


She really was an amazing dog in her prime!! The distance she could get was awesome!
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haha Lisa I should have watched your video first. i tried working with Mel one at my trainers when I was waiting for her to finish up with another client. Mel totally kept going under the bar, he is such a cheater. lol now I know why, it as all my fault.

The second video is funny. Vixen really could go! WOW! Are all courses set up the same way you just start at different points in the runs? Or are they all different from the turns to the tubes and the climbs etc?
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haha Lisa I should have watched your video first. i tried working with Mel one at my trainers when I was waiting for her to finish up with another client. Mel totally kept going under the bar, he is such a cheater. lol now I know why, it as all my fault.

The second video is funny. Vixen really could go! WOW! Are all courses set up the same way you just start at different points in the runs? Or are they all different from the turns to the tubes and the climbs etc?
If he was going under the bar it was too high! Start them off at 4" inches then work up and they figure out where their feet are. This is an easy way to start a dog jumping. Those are all different courses some are ran backwards and why they look similar. She sure can shoot off the wrong way quickly! This was when she was 13 years old and just starting to slow down and make dumb mistakes. Not bad for a 13 year old dog!! She really is an awesome dog even though she drives me nuts sometimes.
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