When we watch a Freestyle performance (scroll to see Carolyn Scott & Rookie or Ashleigh & Pudsey videos) we are also aware of the time, patience, consistency, and communication development, which has obviously been a commitment for the owner as well as her dog.
Each moment of the dance is a micro part of a series of daily practice sessions, patience, commitment, and dedication.
Freestyle Performance Videos
Carolyn Scott & Rookie Freestyle “You’re the One That I Want”
Ashleigh and Pudsey – Britain’s Got Talent 2012 Live Semi Final – UK version
We enjoy watching Freestyle Performances for many reasons, but, the most important reason we are pleased to watch is because we see how these pet parents have developed a high level of communication with their fur babies. Not everyone who develops this level of communication with their dog will perform on a Talent Show or in competition, but, in our experience everyone who develops this level of communication with their dog will have a happy dog! This is because he will be confident he has accomplished his number one desire… to please you.
Freestyle Performance Basics Step by Step
On a daily basis take your communication development sessions seriously, incrementally, and consistently use cues your dog can become confident with.
- Observe and Cue. Gradually build your Language of Cues (Click, Reward, Voice, and Gesture).
- Over time combine commands which you both are confident in. Watch each video again and jot down the micro-cues which were combined together to allow each of the dogs to respond to Gesture Cues. Remember to listen for unobvious cues (elements in the sounds of the music for example).
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