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Old 08-09-2009, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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finding the leg

my favorite portion of schutzhund is probably the ob (i really enjoy doing it) one thing i am having a hard time acomplishing is the "finding the leg" the heeling is there as is the concentration. i have no problem with him keeping his attention during a heeling exercise.

does anyone have any techniques they use for finding the leg. i was instructed to have the dog in a sit. take one leg on the front paw ans the other on the back paw ans curl there tows while popping the leash behind your back as to make them go in circle and follow your left leg.

this is not only confuing but down right complicated to physically pull off for me lol. i know there has to be a better way. any and all sugestions are appreciated.

Video clips would be frigin AWSOME!!!!!
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Wheezie,
Are you talking about the "pivot turn"?
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Old 08-09-2009, 11:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i see a lot of dogs (mine included) that will do decent competition heeling but dont know how to target the leg when heeling. i want a dog that knows the left leg is where he is supposed to traget, wethere i go in a complete 360 or back words the dog is still following the left leg. I'm not very good at explaining it. when the dog is 3 feet away from the left leg and i say fuss i want him to come in to the leg at the correct position. hopefully that makes sense lol

here is a link of Ivan B doing it
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OK. Yes, that is how I do it(very similar to Ivan). I try to do it all in a one foot square, at first. Using food. Just positioning the dogs butt back, and making 1/4 turns. I also use a lot of food at first, rather than toy, as the toy can make the dog in-correct and go out of position when teaching this.
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im going to give it a shot, i really dont like the technique i was taught, it is much more complicated. hey howard if you have any video of you doing this please send them to me!!! thanks
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