Side-by-side tunnels both block your path and invite your dog to accelerate. Choose your path carefully, and be ready to run. If you can call your dog back through the far end of a tunnel, you’ll be ahead of the game. Please remember to print and bring the layout and maps to practice.
11-2-22: Weaves with Double and Triple
These are fast-paced sequences. Your dog will pick up speed over three jumps (U-turn into the weaves) and out of a curved tunnel (straight on into the weaves). The double and triple will impact where your dog lands, so notice, learn, and adjust accordingly. Please remember to print and bring the layout and maps to practice.
10-26-22: CPE Snooker
This course offers the options of three or four reds. Same rules as with USDAA except you stop time on the table. Try several strategies. Please remember to print and bring the layout and maps to practice.
10-19-22: Handling Backsides
The ability to lead out and send your dog really help in running sequences with backsides. Plan your runs carefully and see if you can get where you need to be in time. Please remember to print and bring the layout and maps to practice.
10-12-22: Straight Tunnels & Weaves
Straight tunnels encourage dogs to speed through them and exit quickly. Can you cue your dog to turn back and make a weave pole entry? Call your dog while he/she is in the tunnel to cue the turn at the tunnel exit? You may want to just work with cueing your dog to turn while he’s in the tunnel. Please … Read More