The first day we did four short sessions with the two poles - I was able to add some movement and Katy could find her way through the poles from pretty much anywhere. The problems I could see were her tracking the toy way before I could throw it, and some pretty fun victory laps after each try- Katy would take the toy and run on a big loop around the yard before returning, she is a fun loving girl, so that isn't surprising. So day 2 as I added in the second set of poles....I decided to try food as a reward. Of course a new issue showed up, Katy was having a heck of a time finding the food. So very quickly we relocated to the driveway 😎
So pretty happy with the two afternoon sessions of day 2. It started out rocky with Katy looking back and me unable to throw the hotdogs in even roughly the right place, but we got it together. The poles are 15 feet apart and the food did help with forward focus, made her a little more thoughtful. So the next session on day 3 will be the same set up but adding a little movement then we can put the two sets of poles about 7 feet apart.