Nested Challenge Sequence – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Nested Challenge Sequence

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  • Sue & the Ratties says:

    Here’s Joey’s nested challenge.

      • Sue & the Ratties says:

        Thanks for the feedback. I’m hoping we do a little now that we are in our regular agility field. We’d been out for the winter, letting the new grass grow a bit. Both of my dogs have been more “casual” about agility in the play yard. And then I tend to babysit more. I can see by almost every exercise that I am late with cues. So realising this is definitely a big benefit of taking this course. Thanks.

  • Sue & the Ratties says:

    Here is Cecil’s nested challenge

    Cecil Mod 4 nested

    Thank you. Sue

  • says:

    We did jump 6 all 3 ways…post turn, front X and Jaako. Not sure I did the Jaako exactly right but Chewie figured it out 🙂

  • Claire says:

    Hi Sarah. Here is our video running the Challenge with the 3 Options.

    I seem to have it in my head that when doing a spin I need to execute it very fast. I guess it’s because of the word ‘spin’. Do you have thoughts on this? I’m trying to be more mindful with my handling.

    Thank you.

  • Sue says:

    Hi Sarah! I found this easier than the exercises! Thanks again for all your wonderful feedback.

  • Nancy T says:

    Hi Sarah. This is Nancy and Wesley. Thank you for reviewing. Happy Thanksgiving🦃

  • CarrieN says:

    Really awful execution of FC by me. Meant to do another rep at the end.. but got too dark

  • says:

    Eevee Set 2 Challenge

  • Barb VE says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Here are all 3 dogs doing this drill.

    First Patt, then Lollie, then Enzo. Obviously, I don’t expect a review of all of them. 🙂

    Neither Patt nor Lollie turned very tightly on #6 but Enzo made a brilliant turn. I don’t know if it is because he is smaller and “bendier” or just not as experienced. 😊


  • Barb VE says:

    Notice that the handler is one or more steps ahead on the Jaako compared to the deceleration cue. 🙂

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