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Agility Training for Dogs : Teach the See-Saw During Dog Agility Training

Added on Apr 28, 2007 From expertvillage

Learn how to teach your dog to do the See-Saw when teaching your dog agility in this free video.

Expert: Elise Paffrath
Bio: Elise Paffrath began her dog agility career in the early 1970s.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

69 Likes,     17 Dislikes,     125604 Views,     23 Comments

Purple Wings Says:

Mar 21, 2016 - Great tips dude! Thanks for the vid. The best help that I have seen was at Brainy paws (i found it on google) Without a doubt the most easy dog training tips that I have ever got to work.

WagginWoods Says:

Mar 2, 2013 - well done ...great informative video ... I love to train( several venues) as much as to compete with our English Cockers. Thanks for sharing.

melany :3 Says:

Dec 9, 2012 - Tht dog in vid super cute and is already trained to make the video

23Nellie1 Says:

Jul 6, 2012 - that's why you have to train him/her. Get a flat board approx the length/width of the seesaw and put it on the ground. Train your dog to walk over it until he's confident.

23Nellie1 Says:

Jul 6, 2012 - It's SO much fun!!

23Nellie1 Says:

Jul 6, 2012 - Get a flat board and have your dog walk over it until they stay on. Then have the board tip a bit, and then bring it up to full height. It's worth this hard work, believe me!!

Oliwia Malast Says:

Mar 2, 2012 - what if ur dog will just jump over it and wont go near it??

Lorelle Lyons Says:

Jan 25, 2012 - @silver7z3 awww that would be great! I do agility with my staffie and that keeps him occupied and fit lol :)

JessO was lillie999 Says:

Jan 10, 2011 - @drummer01020102 So what if she uses plywood and a ball, where I train agility we used a plank of wood with a wooden post under it to create a mini see-saw which is how all the dogs start work on the see-saw. I made my own mini see-saw and worked on that for a day or two before then moving onto a 'full height' see-saw getting her used to the tip before moving onto small courses at competition speed! as dogpup 23 said you take bits from various trainers + find what works for YOU + YOUR DOG!

dogpup23 Says:

Nov 27, 2010 - @drummer01020102 Dog training is not a one method thing. So some people train better with other ideas of what they think works with the dog they are training. Take Victoria Stilwell and Cesar Millan for example, they are both very good trainers but with very different methods. I am not trying to brag, unlike yourself, but I could get my dog doing the see-saw in under 45 minues with this method. To be honest i'm a bit shocked that you are not open to other ideas, that to me is not a good trainer