The course has covered the basic skills of how to train with the Cup on a Stick, but before you move on I would like you to complete this last check list to clarify the skills both you and your learner are developing.
Whether you have “learned” a skill or not is difficult to measure as with most skills in dog training we continue to learn for life. Be honest and if you feel confident in these skills give them a check, if not give the skills a bit more practice
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1. Observe the movement of the dog more carefully by looking at foot placement, the shape of the pathway and the gait of the dog:
2. Before training I have checked the environment, collected resources and completed a run through
3. Taught the dog to turn in a smooth action of walk or trot
4. The dog has learned to focus on the cup and does not lose focus when I move my other hand.