Trick of the Week: Rebound!

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  1. Finkie_Mom

    Finkie_Mom It's A Red Dog Revolution

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    YAY! We have a rebound! I'm still using the wall to support myself, but I'm standing almost straight up.

    [YOUTUBE]cOHniHe2H7w[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    Lovely! He's such a wonderful little dog. He's coming along really nicely. The dog has legs like a grasshopper. He makes it look easy.
     
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    skittledoo Crazy naked dog lady

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    Here's what we have so far. Made this video for one of my friends who was curious about it.

    [YOUTUBE]2Du6D8yPvpo[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    Her rebound is lookin' AWESOME! Great job. I need to pick this back up with Jackson again.

    It's harder with him being a smaller dog. He's not a big jumper (I mean, he can be, as far as jumping on furniture, etc) but he's never really jumped ON me much, or hopped, etc. So I know he won't ever be... vaulting off my chest, but I'm hoping I can get him doing it off my legs at least.

    Cricket looks fantastic.
     
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    Finkie_Mom It's A Red Dog Revolution

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    I started this session not leaning on the wall, and it worked!

    [YOUTUBE]kD3v9c5Gy-E[/YOUTUBE]

    And on the second one in this video, he ended up somehow getting my neck. This boy has got springs in his legs or something LOL. DH saw it and just kind of shook his head disapprovingly hahaha.
     
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    Dogs loooove this trick. Or at least some of them do. I love it too. He looks like he's having a blast. Great work!
     
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    Babyblue5290 Happy Meal. Yum.

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    Jari looks so good with his rebounds! He is soo springy and (from my perspective at least) he looks really light on his feet!
     
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    The snow has melted enough to take this trick outdoors! And... get covered in mud from head to toe. I'm not thrilled with my handling, but I'm blaming some of that on the bulky winter coat. My goal now is to get this more consistent and with more subtle cues. And maybe incorporate some disc into it as a reward to get more energy into the behaviour. I CAN'T WAIT FOR SUMMER.

    [YOUTUBE]PJ5O3IlcWTA[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    Sekah The Monster.

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    Hrm. Can't edit my above post. This is my favourite part. So I made a gif.

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