Thursday, November 25, 2010

Sipzie training update

It looks like once I get started, I will keep up and make sure I do it ... I mean training Sipzie in the garden! Luckily it has been dry for the last few days, so I managed a bit of training with Sipzie. I dare not try training the see-saw on my own until I know she is comfortable of doing it. I do not want to mess up with another see-saw again. If you were to ask me what is the hardest obstacle to train, I will tell you it is the see-saw!

I have film a little training on the see-saw and introducing the table to her. In the see-saw part, it took me longer on the startline because I want to strengthen her startline wait and also stopping her from snatching food off my finger!!


5 comments:

Rosie Ison said...

Blimey..you nearly had a squashed sheltie there. I was holding my breath when the seesaw nearly landed on ??? the sable one !!

Sipzies looking Fab :-)

Priscilla said...

Clever girl, Sipzie! I love to see how she looks at you and follows you, Lian! Fantastic!!!

Lian said...

Don't worry Rosie. It is the angle of the camera. Samber is perfectly alright and she is sensible as she has seen me doing that many times! She only go closer when the see-saw tip.

Ricky the Sheltie said...

Sipzie is doing very well with her startline and with the teeter! Good job!

Vonnie said...

Lovely seesaw Sipzie! Poor Samber is looking for a treat LOL!