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Old 01-05-2016, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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I ordered a Flirt Pole from O'Briens. I have a 26 month old blue pit. I been trying to get him to go after it on and off. I even hang his favorite toy on it. He will go after it for a quick minute then will stop and look at it and walk away showing no interest. Is there a trick to this. I have had him sense he was 6 months old and never used a flit pole. I have read it is good exercise and also to tire him out. Thank you.
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Some dogs just don't have the necessary prey drive. Both of mine go bonkers for it even if there's nothing attached. Chasing the pole itself is great fun to them.
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Ecko wouldn't go after it at first. I tied a pig ear to the end of it because he is very food driven. I encouraged him with sounds and let him catch it after longer and longer periods. And of course eat it after he caught it. After a few weeks of that, it didn't matter what was on the end. The praise and excitement was enough for him. Sometimes it just takes the right motivation.
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Some dogs just don't have the necessary prey drive. Both of mine go bonkers for it even if there's nothing attached. Chasing the pole itself is great fun to them.
I take him on 4 mile walks M-Thursdays. I purchased the flirt pole to use on weekends or days we don't go on walks to give him a little exercise and activities.
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Ecko wouldn't go after it at first. I tied a pig ear to the end of it because he is very food driven. I encouraged him with sounds and let him catch it after longer and longer periods. And of course eat it after he caught it. After a few weeks of that, it didn't matter what was on the end. The praise and excitement was enough for him. Sometimes it just takes the right motivation.
Thank you i will try that. I have notice he will only go after it when i get him all excited and start to run around with it. Tiring me out instead of him. Then he will just stop look at it and walk away.
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