Attempted Bob stacking pics!

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    Didn't go too well...He was acting like he was afraid of heights! I had him on a butcher block. I did manage to bribe him with some hot dogs! I just wanted to get some good pictures of him! He has a nice, lean body! Unlike a lot of dachshunds I see who are very fat, and overweight! Not to mentioned hes just a handsome boy in general! lol

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  3. Ok, first of all, never try to stack your dog on a slick surface like that.

    Second, when a dog is on an elevated surface like that, you should ALWAYS be controlling the head, either with the collar and leash yourself, or on a noose. Dogs do feel very insecure up on a surface like that if they don't have their head controlled.

    Third, no free baiting up high like that, see reasoning above. Put the dog on the ground to teach free stacking.

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    Thanks for the information! I don't know much about it since I don't show dogs...I didn't know there were things you could do wrong!
     

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