Exercise 1 – Simple 3 Jump Rear Cross – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Exercise 1 – Simple 3 Jump Rear Cross

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  • janetandzinnie says:

    this is the other side. You are right in your comments on the last video – she is a young dog, and we haven’t done RC for a while. We did 2, and she did well. Then took a break and did the tunnel, then tried again. You can see this caused a little confusion. I tried hard to make sure I set the line for her, I am leaving in the misses so you can let me know. For the last one I put a barrier in front of the tunnel to help her. https://youtu.be/x9CNFgrEK7c

  • janetandzinnie says:

    After our summer break for vacations and injuries – we are back. First rear cross exercise

  • joanmskinner@gmail.com says:

    Love this exercise for rear cross – but wish it would show the position of dog and handler before starting. My dog is so much faster that I am that I’m unsure of where we should start so I give the right signal.

    • Esteban Fernandezlopez says:

      Assuming the dog is starting to lift off for the jump BEFORE the jump where the rear cross will happen, you generally want to be next to him at the wing–this means the dog is driving ahead of you. If you’re too far ahead, your path will be more L-shaped and the rear will create a tighter turn. Too far back, and the dog turns less well on the rear. However, over many different situations, you want to be able to get a good rear from many different handler positions where you are ahead, behind, and far lateral to the ideal spot.

      Again, the ideal handler position at dog’s take off for the jump BEFORE the jump at which they rear is close to the wing.

  • Barbara Lewis says:

    Rear Cross materials: So well put together. I look forward to the lessons with exercises and feel fairly ready to begin that series. Will spend a fair amount of time reading and studying the first or first two….without either dog. Can hardly wait.

  • gacwofva@aol.com says:

    Would this be a good exercise to begin introducing directionals (specificallty, “left” and “right”)

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