In the beginning, frisbee was for me just "something that looked cool." So I gave it a try. Time passed by, and I didn't even realize when it became my passion and work. Now I can't imagine my life without Dogfrisbee. My goal is to raise this sport to the next level. I love watching it as much as playing. Making the Frisbee world better gives me a great sense of accomplishment.
I believe that an essential thing in training is to have fun. Your dog shouldn't be able to distinguish training from a play. Dogfrisbee is an excellent way to build a strong bond with your dog. Nothing satisfies more than nailing a hard move for the first time. Doing something so difficult together really brings you closer. Now thanks to tromplo, I can help people all over the world in learning those crazy things with a disc and strengthening the human-dog relationships!
The usage of science in Dogfrisbee's world is still minimal. Most of the practice is based only on experience and common sense. I see a vast potential for development here. If we start to apply science in our training, we can take it to the next level. My goal is to combine the theory of applied behavioral analysis, practice, and experience to create a complete understanding of the whole process of learning and perfecting every move we learn in dogfrisbee.
I still consider myself first and foremost as a learner. I'm working with dogs since 2013. I actively attend seminars, read, practice alone, and with my dogs, on top of that, I am a level two judge in Dogfrisbee USDDN rules. I have a lot to learn, and I love the feeling when you understand something for the first time, and after that, your head is flooded with new questions. I see my learning kind of like peeling an onion. Each time I learn something new I ,can peel another layer. One after the other and slowly see more and more in the same "picture." I can't wait to see where my knowledge will end up after the years. I'm just sharing my notes with you. Let's make the dogfrisbee world greater by one happier dog at a time!