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Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
jcdenton
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Post by jcdenton » 02 May 2007, 00:08

well try that during the game :)
the point is to use the dog's reflexes and flexibility to improve general dribbling... they're damn agile...

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Post by gnarlyjim » 02 May 2007, 00:21

jcdenton wrote:well try that during the game :)
the point is to use the dog's reflexes and flexibility to improve general dribbling... they're damn agile...
Yeah, I really still have difficulty beating my dog straight up. I should sign him up for some sort of club team. :lol: :lol:
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Post by zizou10-5 » 03 May 2007, 13:18

what if you get bitten by the dog? I've played them with a person who lives near the park, the dog kept biting the ball and puting saliva on it. But once i outricked the dog manytimes, me and this guy we play passes like possession soccer its still hard hard cos if you don't fake right the dog just blocks your passes unless you put it high in the air.

Once i was practising dribbling, a dog just just came out lol, i practised my dribbling with it but i stopped at times from doing too many tricks cos was afraid the dog would bite,
i don't have much experience with dogs. What do you guys think of the possiblity of getting bitten?

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Post by Wanderer » 03 May 2007, 14:17

Well...like humans...they dun attack unless they are provoked or feel threatened I guess...

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Post by rzadzinski » 03 May 2007, 19:18

The dog shouldn't bite. If it does it might just be it's strange way of saying he likes you, or hello. If it's a vicious bite, then maybe it's a troubled dog or something.

But otherwise, unless they feel like you're a threat, they shouldn't attack.
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Post by konlly » 05 May 2007, 21:41

ye ive played with a dog be4 :lol: they're really good defenders lol
theyre too fast to beat with speed so its good practice for technique and control

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Post by gnarlyjim » 06 May 2007, 01:54

zizou10-5 wrote:What do you guys think of the possiblity of getting bitten?
My dog would be more likely to hump you.
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Post by EnSoUl » 06 May 2007, 03:03

My dog would be more likely to hump you.
lmao!!! honestly I laughted for like 10 minutes straight... and now my belly hurts lol, yeah just like on meet the fockers.... but I don't have a dog like many people on here so it sucks

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Post by Real_Zidane » 06 May 2007, 23:20

gnarlyjim wrote:
zizou10-5 wrote:What do you guys think of the possiblity of getting bitten?
My dog would be more likely to hump you.
Hah have you seen click? When that dog keeps humping the stuffed duck or whatever.
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Post by palimino » 10 May 2007, 16:23

hahaha thats a sweet idea.... i dont think it would work with my dogs though... they are way too small and afraid of the ball

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Post by Chrus » 10 May 2007, 17:10

im always afraid to play with a dog cause it mite bite me or my ball
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Post by rzadzinski » 10 May 2007, 20:14

Real_Zidane wrote:
gnarlyjim wrote:
zizou10-5 wrote:What do you guys think of the possiblity of getting bitten?
My dog would be more likely to hump you.
Hah have you seen click? When that dog keeps humping the stuffed duck or whatever.
:lol:

Wow. I actually have it stored in my hardrive. Those dogs... :roll: :lol:
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Post by Maikel » 26 May 2007, 09:13

I've done this before with my dog and I still do it every now and then with a little chew toy ball.

The trick is to bait them with the ball by moving it up, then bring it back when they go for it. Once you bring it back, you let it go behind you and hit it with the inside to make the ball go sideways. You put the foot you just used down and move the other foot back to move the ball forward and away from the dog. Once you move the ball forward, you move your right foot between you and the dog for protection and proceed.
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It's like moving sideways to go forward.
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Re: how2beatadog

Post by Real_Zidane » 27 May 2007, 01:44

Maikel wrote:I've done this before with my dog and I still do it every now and then with a little chew toy ball.

The trick is to bait them with the ball by moving it up, then bring it back when they go for it. Once you bring it back, you let it go behind you and hit it with the inside to make the ball go sideways. You put the foot you just used down and move the other foot back to move the ball forward and away from the dog. Once you move the ball forward, you move your right foot between you and the dog for protection and proceed.
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It's like moving sideways to go forward.
So what you're saying is you cut the ball behind your supporting foot with the inside of your kicking foot?
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Re: how2beatadog

Post by Real_Zidane » 27 May 2007, 01:45

Sorry this was a double post, my computer was taking a loooong time and I clicked reply more than once... :oops:
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