Guest veranthn Posted January 6, 2006 Report Share Posted January 6, 2006 Hi Amanda: I am teaching my two year old bc to drive. She seems to have some understanding that "walk up" means walk straight toward the sheep, but she tends to fall off balance to the left side and lose control. To keep her behind the sheep I have tried getting myself to her right just before she falls off left, calling her to me a bit, and then asking her to walk up again; I think that this is helping, however, it's often tough to get myself in the right position quickly enough. I recently got her going on her inside flanks and am wondering whether I can now use an away flank to get her behind the sheep when she drifts left instead of the method I described above. My thought is that if I can keep her behind the sheep easily, she will start to see that I don't want her drifting left at all. What do you think? Do you see any problems with this approach? Thanks, Nate Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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