• Arthur Lopatin

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    August 3, 2020 at 8:58 pm
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    suggestion: make it go dead in BOTH your hands as you say “OUT”  if you’re beginning, do this a lot, so she knows you are in control. i probably don’t need to tell you, but you own the tug and you determine when play begins and ends; ie dont leave the tug on the ground for her to play with whenever she wants to. you’re the dominant one. re: switching from holding it in one hand to holding the rope attached to it…..mike does that for a specific reason that i’ve forgottent (bad on me). i suggest you watch his training vids on you tube and/or in the protection class. if i find the urls, i’ll let you know. how about some grunting and yelling. or is that a guy thing??? this vid from the protection course might interest u if you haven’t watche recently: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn47825cpdI&list=PL8ECC0BA2C9F04B5C&index=2