Nested Challenge Sequence – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Nested Challenge Sequence

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  • Krys Townsend says:

    https://youtu.be/uAFvvGlknuQ

    Hi Jennifer, I did this video before I watched my exercises critique, so I have still said “good girl” nearly after each obstacle. Will be working on that for Mod 8.
    I’ve put in 2 attempts at the blind X, hoping to get a clear run, but Brynn
    knocked a different jump. Included as it was prob a handler issue.
    Thanks again for your instruction, I think I’ll google tunnel threddles and see if I can get a handle on them, I’ve never had any detailed instruction on them, they look effective if done correctly. So. I’ll see what I can do.
    Thanks again, Krys

    • Jennifer Crank says:

      Yes, keep working to clean up your verbals and make sure they are early enough but the handling is looking nice.

      Feedback: https://youtu.be/I_qr-j4bz_M

      Also, for reference: https://baddogagility.com/how-committed-are-you/

      • Krys Townsend says:

        Thanks Jennifer, yes jump 4 I did babysit longer, I only have one wing jump. I found during practise Brynn would take the front otherwise. I’ll try to leave earlier and trust her see what her response is. My mod 8 exercises I was better with my verbals, but now that you’ve pointed it out, I think I have a problem lol which I need to work on. It does sound very noisy, so I’m keen to fix it. I thought I was being helpful letting her know she’d done the correct thing over each jump. But now she’s getting a little more experienced and it’s becoming white noise. I really enjoyed the mental and physical commitment comparison. It was soooo clear. Thanks so much have a merry Xmas and a great new year 🙂

  • Barbara Lewis says:

    Unable to print map so copied it into Word and it printed

  • Ana Ford says:

    Sarah with Flint, Denali, and Hazel.

    https://youtu.be/1m0gjszGg-E

    • Jennifer Crank says:

      I don’t think you will have many backsides at invitational, but when you do see them, try to get off the dogs line to allow them the direct path from obstacle to obstacle. This will give you fasters times and minimize off courses.

      Feedback: https://youtu.be/y8UGgncWjVI

    • Krys Townsend says:

      Best of luck at the invitational Ana, are you entering all the dogs? Would love to know how you go. What is the actual date? Is the junior’s group everyone under a certain age or is there age categories within Juniors? There aren’t many Junior categories here in Aus. I think if there is a national event juniors compete to make the team, but usually in local trials they compete with with adults. And usually do well lol.

      • Ana Ford says:

        Usually juniors compete with the adults. The Junior Agility Competition is a special event AKC puts on with the Invitationals. They are divided into two age groups- jr excellent for 14 and over and jr superior for 13 and under. My daughter Sarah is 11 and competed with the three dogs yesterday. It went well!

        • Krys Townsend says:

          She’s doing very well, What a great experience for her to compete in such a large event and run with kids of similar age. That would feel very different to running in an adult class. Hope you had a great time.
          Merry Xmas and a happy new year to you and your family


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