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    DefaultBack to training again... broad jump?

    Lijah had the better part of a year off from training as I had a lot of other fun things I was doing, but we're back in training now. Next on the list is the CDX. How do y'all train the broad jump? And once you've taught it, what type of exercises do you set up to proof it?

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    Lots of ways. Run by w/ her, target her, tossing a toy/food/etc. Proofing thru your position to be sure she really knows she has to clear the whole thing regardless, etc.

    WindyCanyon Girls, August 2014

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    How long does it usually take you to train it? how do you correct if they don't jump the entire thing, ie walk on it?
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    I've got labs that have learned it from agility, so they have a pretty good understanding that they aren't to "walk it". I prefer to start out easy, w/ boards close together (and maybe one tipped up near the front) and just develop the jumping habit. I like to toss toys, so that gives some incentive to jump/clear it anyhow. Some people put chicken wire over or under to make it uncomfortable if they do try to walk it. Some people would give a pop correction (if on leash) if the dog walked it.

    My dogs understand a firm "NO!" and that when I ask them to repeat anything, they probably didn't do it right the first time. Very rarely do I have a stubborn streak (because it is a boring exercise) that I have to really give a correction.

    WindyCanyon Girls, August 2014

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    hi this is shashank i have both male & female lab puppy of 2 month & want to know about how to give training them

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