Winter Disc Dog Training, Cattle Dog Style!


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=1zlkfzMwtVY%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

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Some fun clips of winter training in Cincinnati, Ohio with my 3 cattle dogs, Five, Jack, and Spike

What do you think?

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Comments

  1. Bradpeters1989 says:

    Thats right awesome… i just got a cattle dog puppy. he looks alot like raccoon jack. hes 2 months old and is already very smart, and he likes discs already

  2. milonosk76 says:

    amazing!!!! u guys had to trust each otherthru t he whole thing!

  3. amigo25zmy says:

    WOW :O I love 4:24 he’s just a blur.

  4. lidiabarbarita says:

    Amazing!!!

  5. You´re great!!! Please make som instructionsvideos so we beginners can start teching some cool tricks 🙂

  6. Roswitha1231 says:

    I loved to see those dogs open expression and their handlers concern for their welfare. Highest quality training for what is important to me. The dog, the dog, the dog. It’s our hobby and our responsibility. Thank you !!!
    Greetings from Switzerland

  7. I bet that you look on the dancefloooorrrr

  8. CATTLEDOGwatchNsheep says:

    all my cattledog likes to do is go to work
    wont play with anything 🙁

  9. Amfialipitbulls says:

    I would be delighted to have some links for the discs!!!

  10. telecastga says:

    i have nothing but respect for you and your acds.

  11. doejoemoe says:

    I Love it~! Didnt know much about Cattle dogs!! I love my Lexie but wish the breeders didnt dock her tail!!

  12. Rampantlion1981 says:

    I just got a Blue Heeler, I want to teach him how to do some of the tricks that you do, is there any reading material or suggestions that you could give me? You should make a training video.

  13. Wow-where’d you go to frisbee throwing school! lol- you’re talented too!
    I love your dog!! looking forward to getting my first this week! I can’t wait.

  14. animalthesmurfkiller says:

    omg thats amazing just started the other day with my 9 1/2month old acd shes got the hang of it really quickly but ive got a heck of a long way to go till were even 10% as good as u wantin another acd but there hard to get over here

  15. TheJuliastowe says:

    wow, i have nothing but hope for my girl in our training. She doesn’t quite like the frisbee all that much but loves the dancing! She will do some of the dancing tricks that you do with your guys, but just getting started with the leg thing. She’ll get it.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

  16. Thats sick!! I wish I had the patience to train my heeler to do these fantastic tricks!

  17. Thats sick!! I wish I had the patience to train my heeler to do these fantastic tricks! 4:24 is sweeT!!

  18. Excellent!

  19. acdoggysports says:

    This just makes me more & more excited because I see the potential that Kallie my ACD has! We are working on beginner stuff now.

  20. I love your videos, they get me super siked! Our Zoey is a hard playing girl when it comes to discs. Teaching her to chase and catch was no problem,, but I play disc golf and must teach her when NOT to chase them, LOL. She’s just a year old now so going to start working more on the jump tricks. It’s amazing how quickly they learn. I just put my first video up of a few quick passes we call turn & burn. I try to use this in an attempt to wear her out. Look for more of Zoey coming soon.

  21. l0n3wolf89 says:

    I wonder, what weight of the frisbee should I use to my dog? Or doesn’t it matter?
    I have a Finnish Lapphund, and he’s kinda careful and has never chased or catched a frisbee before. Any ideas? 🙂 Love you vid btw, soo good!!

  22. MegaJewable says:

    i gotta say this is awesome good job

  23. vwhervey says:

    @jett888 You hit it on the head. You’ve got to make good throws. I’ve just started with our 6 mos old red heeler. We’ve been doing it for a few weeks and the first thing I learned is that I have to make consistently good tosses. If it’s catchable, she’ll catch it.

  24. SesyuuLayneia913 says:

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  25. finnbjerke says:

    being a newbie I found your vid very inspiring. thx 4 posting my australian shepherd loves frisbees, so do I. looking for some tutorial stuff on the net.

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