Maryland Dog Training English Pointer

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Introducing a kick back stand to a dog who was taught the exercise using an alternative method.

This was done based on a discussion done on a FaceBook page where someone suggested that the ability to do a kick back stand had a genetic component.

What teaching it requires, is a barrier that prevents the dog from moving forward, so he learns to utilize his back and hind legs to rise.

Practice teaches the rest.


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