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Slamball: Check out the crazy ball handling, alley oops, and mind blowing passes as the Handlers of Slamball run the show on a the court.
21 Aug 2008
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Absence of the handler..
8 Apr 2009
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Liza goes behind the scenes at the 2007 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City. Meet the handlers, the groomers, and the 1600-plus dogs that traveled to compete for Best in Show!
23 May 2007
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Dog Training in Las Vegas with Mr. Foxx-owned and trained by Dog Trainer 911. Mr. Foxx competes in Schutzhund. Schutzhund has one of the most strict obedience routines and is judged meticulously. The video is short and it might simply seem like the dog is jumping, grabbing the dumbbell and returning--but every move the dog and handler is watched and judged. 1. the dog and handler must heel up and get the dumbbell 2. the dog must sit by my side calmly without moving or whining until I throw the dumbbell and then tell him to jump and retrieve 3. when commanded, the dog must go out quickly and jump without touching the hurdle 4. he must not overshoot the dumbbell or touch it with his paws or play with it-he must pick it up without chewing 5. he must return as quickly as he went out and jump again without touching the hurdle 6. he must sit directly in front of me holding the dumbbell calmly without chewing 7. he must release immediately when I tell him 8. he must sit in front of me without moving for a couple of seconds 9. he must return to perfect basic position by my left side when commanded. There are 3 different retrieves in a Schutzhund competition and they account for 40 points out of 100 for the obedience portion of the competition. Perfect retrieves say a lot about a dog's willingness to obey, relationship with the handler and level of drive.
26 Mar 2009
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Http://www.ponderosakennels**** This short clip has no voice over. This puppy is 13 weeks old working a search problem with strong distractions and mis-direction from the handler
29 Mar 2009
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Magnum heels and down stays working around Nikki, a female German Shepherd. He must keep his attention on the handler.
23 Jul 2009
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Protection of the Handler Bitework with Nikki. Don't mess with her!
25 Jul 2009
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Wendy Diamond takes us backstage for an exclusive look at the Westminster Dog Show. Meet the handlers, and a lot of beautiful pups.
14 Mar 2010
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A well trained Service/Protection Dog will protect it's handler if needed and still be completely reliable in Public as a Service Dog. It just takes more training and a very special dog plus the handler must be responsible & have the ability to work with the dog in advanced exercises such as those found in American Street Ring. Stay tuned for more Service Dog videos.
29 Apr 2012
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American Street Ring Exercise with Ted, RJ and Tebow working on Seated Defense of handler, the dog must be under control and not bite until the handler is attacked, this is hard for a Malinois. For more information on ASR please e-mail us at hopk9gate****. Stay tuned for more videos.
30 Mar 2010
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Attila is learning to come when called under distraction and off leash, he is very willing to stay close to the handler which is good for a protection dog. He will be trained to recognize a suspicious person and can break command if the handler is threatened. gatorlandk9**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 May 2010
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14 Jul 2011
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Lola Glaudini wearing leather pants in The Handler
13 Jul 2009
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Positive Reinforcement Horse Training, Force-Free, Restraint-Free, Permission-Based, Natural Horsemanship, Clicker Training The initiator signal is a means for the horse to communicate to the handler the rate at which the criteria can be comfortably raised. A variation on targeting, the handler holds her hand out for the horse to touch when he wishes for her to engage in the training exercise. Thus, the horse gives the handler permission to train him. For example, if the trainer wishes to ride a young colt for the first time, she may hold her hand out of the horse to touch. When he touches it, she may move towards his side and click after she pretends to jump up. She would then return to the horse's nose and offer her hand for him to touch again. If the horse touches her hand, she may jump by his side again. If he thinks twice about touching her hand, but ultimately touches it, the horse has indicated that if the trainer reduces her criteria that he will continue to engage willfully in the training process. If the horse refuses to touch the trainer's hand, he is indicating that he does not wish to engage in the game and will likely become reactive if she attempts to jump on his back again. The initiator can be used to get the horse's permission to engage in all varieties of activities, from bandaging a leg wound to desensitizing a fearful horse to whips. It an be used with any positive reinforcement technique, whether clicker training or training with conditioned reinforcers like petting.
8 Jun 2009
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In Railay, they have this free show at a bar called the Last Bar (which is the last bar on one end of the area). The show consists of some really great fire-dancing, a Muay Thai Boxing match (althought its staged) and the headliner; the King Cobra show. They had 3 different acts for the King Cobra Show, the first one was a little kid, probably 7 or 8 years old handling one of the smaller snakes then after that he pulls out 3 and handles all three of them, at the end he has one in each hand holding their necks and the third one in his mouth! The kid was really cool, I should have taken a video of him. But then they brought out the King Cobra, freaking huge snake, the handler did many 'tricks' with it like tapping it on the head and headbutting it, but the best trick was the kiss.
28 Oct 2009
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Shows how unpredictable animals can be! Funny how the handler is still so courteous after being bitten!
28 Nov 2009
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