What Is This Move Called?

Discussion in 'Dog Tricks' started by Ivy, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. Ivy Well-Known Member

    Hello eveyrone! I was wondering if anyone knows what this move is called?? I see it a lot and it looks like a fun trick!
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  2. k9 crazed Experienced Member

    Wow, it looks cool!
  3. JazzyandVeronica Experienced Member

    Definitely looks cool! I think it would make me fall down dizzy though and probably land on my poor dog!! :eek::D
  4. MaryK Honored Member

    :ROFLMAO: Poor Veronica!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That would upset her dignity no end!

    Looks a cool trick though! I think Ra Kismet would get a bit over excited with all that spinning though.:oops::LOL:
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  5. Mr-Remington Experienced Member

    Thats awesome! It would be fun to teach but I get dizzy was to easily.
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  6. Mutt Experienced Member

    Awesome trick!
    This will get on the list of tricks that I want to teach the dogs some day, I would definetely call it helicopter :ROFLMAO:
  7. Ivy Well-Known Member

    Haha helicopter is good name for it!
  8. madeleine Experienced Member

    That sure is a nice trick. Good for awereness in the back and paws..
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  9. Dogster Honored Member

    That's so cool!!!!!:D It would proabaly make me dizzy though....
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  10. MaryK Honored Member

    Helicopter is a great name!(y) LOL I can see a vid for training trainers how to 'spot' when spinning, so they don't get dizzy! Just watch how the DOG focuses on the object, their eyes never leave it, that's the trick for trainers! Find a 'spot' somewhere as a marker, could be a particular tree, anything and with each 'spin' make sure you 'spot' the chosen object. This will stop dizziness, it's the way dancers do it.:)
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  11. Anneke Honored Member

    I think it is a combination of sidestepping, circle around and facing outward.
    If you want to teach this to your dog, I think that is how I would break it down.
    Facing outward(back towards me), circle around, circle around outward facing, sidestepping, sidestepping in a circle, sidestepping facing outward...
    Sigh, not one for me, I'm afraid. I just can't get the sidestepping done...
    But it looks spectacular though!
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  12. madeleine Experienced Member

    It would be a great challange!
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  13. TiflovesBCs Experienced Member

    Think i might give it a go with Bella see if we can do it.
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  14. Anneke Honored Member

    Yes, i'd be happy if I could get the sidestepping next to me done, though.
    I saw this on Pamela's facebook, the other day. It looks like a great way to teach it, now I only need to find a place where I can do this. No backyard, no stairs like that around...
  15. Mutt Experienced Member

    I don´t know if you have already seen it but Pamela Marxsen just put up a video
    teaching sidestepping by using stairs (front paws on a higher object and than stepping aside),
    maybe something that will work for your dogs?
    link

    Though sidestepping sure is a though one, haven't started on training it yet but the elephant trick did take us some time.

    Like your idea of cutting it into small pieces, that's probably how I would teach it too. :)
  16. Mutt Experienced Member

    LOL, I need to read/type quicker, that is the video I mention in my earlier post :ROFLMAO:
  17. madeleine Experienced Member

    Why would you use the stair? Wouldn't this also work without the stair?
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  18. Anneke Honored Member

    I just can't get her to stay lined up. She will turn her body. This way, I think you will keep that from happening.
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  19. madeleine Experienced Member

    Like that. Hope is works!
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  20. TiflovesBCs Experienced Member

    Been giving this a go and Bellas doing well, i think, might need to video it then watch it back though to see if it looks like shes doing it right

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