I think she needs to learn to actually weave before you worry about distance work and collection. Keep her in hand, and release her right at the head of the weaves. Let her do the first three tough ones, get rewarded, and if she does the set right, give a food reward or toy that she ONLY gets for the weaves. W ONLY gets his bunny tug after a correct weave or at the end of a run. Never any other time. This makes weaving correctly VERY desirable. I also don't let him access the weaves himself unless we are working on them. If he starts weaving without me, he gets ignored. I can't chance rewarding an incorrect weave. If he does it wrong, I call him to hand, reward him for coming, then try again. If no go after 4 times, then we try again later. No harm, no foul. Some dogs are sided too, try going at the weaves from any angle and see how she is most successful.
Once she is reliably weaving, then ask for collection. Do you have a collection cue for jumping or the table?
The collection cue is something we are doing beginning of the year. We literally spent so much time keeping her feet on boards, we are way behind in normal training.
We haven't done the table yet. My instructor teaches a bit differently I think. She takes lessons from Kathy Leggett, World Team member/coach. Every single thing is broken down into the tiniest of parts, which is good in the long run but painfully slow to get competing. For example, jumping: we shape going through the uprights without us. We don't just start jumping. We build drive with every obstacle by shaping. Tunnel, tire, teeter, jumps.
She also doesn't want us to lead the dog to an object. She wants the dog to learn it independent of us. In Flirt's case, it might be beneficial to lead her to the weave entrance tho. Also at every level of any obstacle we: run with, send, call over from both sides before we move on.
Typically Flirt only gets the reward if she's done all the poles. When I video, I can't see if she's made them all until I watch it. "Precious" is her toy for weaves. That's the ball I throw for her. It's the only time I use it. The down side is that she gets frantic for the ball or any tug for that matter. She's a good candidate for control unleashed. She will start offering me behaviors, run in circles around me, go over a jump across the yard, etc. on the walk to the weaves. I always make her stop and settle before releasing but she's stilll on the verge of being out of control. She's not running off with zoomies but offering me behaviors if that makes sense.
Flirt, ADAMAS All the Girls Do It, OA, NAJ, NF, CL2-F, CL2-H
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