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Old 01-06-2010, 07:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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2 lbs is fine you can start light work now as a pup at 7 months. That is when I start them on the flirt pole, no big jumping just real light. Then at 10 months I start to up the exercise and will start on the drag sled at 10lbs or so then by 12 months you are good to go on activities. You do not have to wait till they are 18-24 months to start heavy working out...... that is just silly, IMO to have to wait that long. They are not porcelain dolls that will break with some exercise but at the same time you have to keep their growth plates in mind. Doing what your doing is fine and adding 2lbs I see not harm. I would wait till your pup is 10 months before upping the amount of weight.
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can i apply 2 pound weight to the drag? while training her to "work" or no?
2 lbs to a breed this strong is virtually nothing. but it is still weight. just watch your dog, they will let you know when something is too much. I started out Chino at 8 months with a chain, moved to a drag sled, and we do anywhere from 10-17 lbs on drag walks. he is 11 months and also gets a 1 hour walk 6 times a day, plus some time playing tug of war and playing flirt pole 3 times a week.
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They are not porcelain dolls that will break with some exercise but at the same time you have to keep their growth plates in mind.

OOOOhhhh I like how you worded that
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Alright, I started her on the 2pound weights, she fls with it on like nothing is there. I put her harness on and she gets so happy! I put her weight on (as a drag for noise perpose) and place her in a standing stay and started off slowly and I increased the distance. when I first put it on her she didn't want to move so I took it off for a week and did the command training and stand stay.
Today I put that 2 pound weight on and she dragged it and was sooo happy she was whining and going nuts. I praised her like crazy and we did that about 5 or 6 times and then did some fetch. =)

Im so proud of her!!!
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good catch Sharon, Oz really 6 hours? My dogs what to go live with you! lol
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what kills me is people dont say let a 7mo old pup pull a couple of lbs, but most of these people will put their dog on a chain that is prolly around 1/4 inch thick if not bigger, what is the difference this is hanging off their neck, dragging is with harness to spread weight throughout the body. yes if you put to much on to fast you will burn your dog out. wp is not about how much you pull or how far when you train, it is about teaching dog technique and confidence, putting a good head on a dog. i have been pulling for 5 or 6 yrs now, and start pups at 6mos old if i have a harness small enough will put on earlier. i have no problems with bone structure, in fact most of my pull dogs can be shown in a ring cause they have good confirmation just to big of back end for show ring. i have a dog that is 10 yrs(got from someone else) old, pulled most of her life started when she was 3mos old and i guarantee in better health than most ppls dogs at 3 yrs old. i brought her out for her last pull for shits and giggles and she enjoyed actually pulled more than most dogs alot younger. i have pull dogs that championed before a 1 1/2 old and still going strong and was not in UKC where you dont have to pull hard most of the time. so if not good for puppy to do something at early age, do most of you have or had kids that played sports when they where young, what is difference each age group has certain things they can do same with pups. i started playing sports when i was 5 yrs old, i have no bone problems, never broke a bone or fractured or seperated until i was in my 20's. i have kids playing sports now they do more than when i was that age and most kids now are reaching over 6' in height my age group barely hit 6'. my kids enjoy it and if they dont want to play i dont make them dont want them to get burnt out. i have 9 yr old son played football since he was loves it, and has started every game on both sides of the ball from time he started, played baseball couple yrs didnt like it so he dont play. not hurting him or his growth he is lil over 5' tall and 115 lbs
yes it is good to let a puppy be a puppy but you can still do a lil conditioning at an early age you just need to know how far to take it. a puppy should not be muscular and lean like a 2-3yr old dog they should have some fat on them. as long as puppy is having fun and wants to do it let them, they are staying happy, healthy puppies. "a healthy puppy is a happy puppy, cant get that way if laying around all day doing nothing but getting to fat even for a puppy.
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what kills me is people dont say let a 7mo old pup pull a couple of lbs, but most of these people will put their dog on a chain that is prolly around 1/4 inch thick if not bigger, what is the difference this is hanging off their neck, dragging is with harness to spread weight throughout the body. yes if you put to much on to fast you will burn your dog out. wp is not about how much you pull or how far when you train, it is about teaching dog technique and confidence, putting a good head on a dog. i have been pulling for 5 or 6 yrs now, and start pups at 6mos old if i have a harness small enough will put on earlier. i have no problems with bone structure, in fact most of my pull dogs can be shown in a ring cause they have good confirmation just to big of back end for show ring. i have a dog that is 10 yrs(got from someone else) old, pulled most of her life started when she was 3mos old and i guarantee in better health than most ppls dogs at 3 yrs old. i brought her out for her last pull for shits and giggles and she enjoyed actually pulled more than most dogs alot younger. i have pull dogs that championed before a 1 1/2 old and still going strong and was not in UKC where you dont have to pull hard most of the time. so if not good for puppy to do something at early age, do most of you have or had kids that played sports when they where young, what is difference each age group has certain things they can do same with pups. i started playing sports when i was 5 yrs old, i have no bone problems, never broke a bone or fractured or seperated until i was in my 20's. i have kids playing sports now they do more than when i was that age and most kids now are reaching over 6' in height my age group barely hit 6'. my kids enjoy it and if they dont want to play i dont make them dont want them to get burnt out. i have 9 yr old son played football since he was loves it, and has started every game on both sides of the ball from time he started, played baseball couple yrs didnt like it so he dont play. not hurting him or his growth he is lil over 5' tall and 115 lbs
yes it is good to let a puppy be a puppy but you can still do a lil conditioning at an early age you just need to know how far to take it. a puppy should not be muscular and lean like a 2-3yr old dog they should have some fat on them. as long as puppy is having fun and wants to do it let them, they are staying happy, healthy puppies. "a healthy puppy is a happy puppy, cant get that way if laying around all day doing nothing but getting to fat even for a puppy.
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lmao...i didn't catch that till i read your post...man thats dedication...
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what kills me is people dont say let a 7mo old pup pull a couple of lbs, but most of these people will put their dog on a chain that is prolly around 1/4 inch thick if not bigger, what is the difference this is hanging off their neck, dragging is with harness to spread weight throughout the body. yes if you put to much on to fast you will burn your dog out. wp is not about how much you pull or how far when you train, it is about teaching dog technique and confidence, putting a good head on a dog. i have been pulling for 5 or 6 yrs now, and start pups at 6mos old if i have a harness small enough will put on earlier. i have no problems with bone structure, in fact most of my pull dogs can be shown in a ring cause they have good confirmation just to big of back end for show ring. i have a dog that is 10 yrs(got from someone else) old, pulled most of her life started when she was 3mos old and i guarantee in better health than most ppls dogs at 3 yrs old. i brought her out for her last pull for shits and giggles and she enjoyed actually pulled more than most dogs alot younger. i have pull dogs that championed before a 1 1/2 old and still going strong and was not in UKC where you dont have to pull hard most of the time. so if not good for puppy to do something at early age, do most of you have or had kids that played sports when they where young, what is difference each age group has certain things they can do same with pups. i started playing sports when i was 5 yrs old, i have no bone problems, never broke a bone or fractured or seperated until i was in my 20's. i have kids playing sports now they do more than when i was that age and most kids now are reaching over 6' in height my age group barely hit 6'. my kids enjoy it and if they dont want to play i dont make them dont want them to get burnt out. i have 9 yr old son played football since he was loves it, and has started every game on both sides of the ball from time he started, played baseball couple yrs didnt like it so he dont play. not hurting him or his growth he is lil over 5' tall and 115 lbs
yes it is good to let a puppy be a puppy but you can still do a lil conditioning at an early age you just need to know how far to take it. a puppy should not be muscular and lean like a 2-3yr old dog they should have some fat on them. as long as puppy is having fun and wants to do it let them, they are staying happy, healthy puppies. "a healthy puppy is a happy puppy, cant get that way if laying around all day doing nothing but getting to fat even for a puppy.


I agree. I started Meek out at 14wks with a liter bottle filled with rocks and then worked up to drag, tire, and now he pulls a cart with ease. And the very few dogs I did train ive done this way and had NO problems with there growth or overall confirmation and they all loved doing it. They all looked great!

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what kills me is people dont say let a 7mo old pup pull a couple of lbs, but most of these people will put their dog on a chain that is prolly around 1/4 inch thick if not bigger, what is the difference this is hanging off their neck, dragging is with harness to spread weight throughout the body. yes if you put to much on to fast you will burn your dog out. wp is not about how much you pull or how far when you train, it is about teaching dog technique and confidence, putting a good head on a dog. i have been pulling for 5 or 6 yrs now, and start pups at 6mos old if i have a harness small enough will put on earlier. i have no problems with bone structure, in fact most of my pull dogs can be shown in a ring cause they have good confirmation just to big of back end for show ring. i have a dog that is 10 yrs(got from someone else) old, pulled most of her life started when she was 3mos old and i guarantee in better health than most ppls dogs at 3 yrs old. i brought her out for her last pull for shits and giggles and she enjoyed actually pulled more than most dogs alot younger. i have pull dogs that championed before a 1 1/2 old and still going strong and was not in UKC where you dont have to pull hard most of the time. so if not good for puppy to do something at early age, do most of you have or had kids that played sports when they where young, what is difference each age group has certain things they can do same with pups. i started playing sports when i was 5 yrs old, i have no bone problems, never broke a bone or fractured or seperated until i was in my 20's. i have kids playing sports now they do more than when i was that age and most kids now are reaching over 6' in height my age group barely hit 6'. my kids enjoy it and if they dont want to play i dont make them dont want them to get burnt out. i have 9 yr old son played football since he was loves it, and has started every game on both sides of the ball from time he started, played baseball couple yrs didnt like it so he dont play. not hurting him or his growth he is lil over 5' tall and 115 lbs
yes it is good to let a puppy be a puppy but you can still do a lil conditioning at an early age you just need to know how far to take it. a puppy should not be muscular and lean like a 2-3yr old dog they should have some fat on them. as long as puppy is having fun and wants to do it let them, they are staying happy, healthy puppies. "a healthy puppy is a happy puppy, cant get that way if laying around all day doing nothing but getting to fat even for a puppy.
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I agree. I started Meek out at 14wks with a liter bottle filled with rocks and then worked up to drag, tire, and now he pulls a cart with ease. And the very few dogs I did train ive done this way and had NO problems with there growth or overall confirmation and they all loved doing it. They all looked great!

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wow, great looking dog. =)

I know Riley can do it she has it in her!
what sucks is this week it rained the whole time so we didn't go out to play or weight train so she got a break. lol! we will start up tomorrow if it is cleared up!!!!!!!


I would love to know where i could find an adjustable pull harness for 40lb and 50lb dogs.

if anyone can help (cause I have looked and can find anything) please post the site here!

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wp harnesses are not adjustable. Tablerock has some really nice wp harnesses.

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