Author: Benson Palmer
August 9, 2017
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Easy guide to follow… Thanks
My dog is smart but stubborn, she will react to a treat… Will treats work
Please make more tutorials. I’ve been waiting a long time for more. <:(
I’ve used this method on my dog he is now weaving 6 poles but definitely worth the time & patience it takes 🙂
do you compete in agility with Nana? she would be great!
Not currently, although I would love to do so in the future. 🙂
Wow, amazing 🙂 Thank you so much for this video 🙂
Thank you so much for this video!
This is great! I’m hoping to do agility with my puppy, will try this training method! 😀
I love dogs and cat♥♥♥
Please more tutorials like when nana is jumping on a tree !
What kind of “tree” branches did you use to make the weave “poles”? Clever!
thank you nana i love you <3
Please do more training tutorial 🙂
When going from 4 to 6 do you leave the 4 straight or do u restagger all 6and slowly move both sets in?
Emily Sherman, I cannot reply directly to your comment as you have the “replies” disabled on your account.
I usually keep the first four poles that the animal has mastered in a straight line and add two offset poles to make six, and repeat the process. If the animal gets confused by this (I personally haven’t had issues), you can try staggering all six poles.
I love this video it really is helping me!
I realise that this is four years old, but is Nana still doing these great tricks? and the cat, rats and budgies?
Awesome! Thank you
great ! thank you !
Absolutely the best weave pole training method I’ve ever seen! Kudos to you, and thanks for sharing it.
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