Does your dog often take the wrong end of the tunnel? In this BDA show, we show you how to approach this trap by understanding your dog's line--we have a great example sequence from this past weekend's AKC World Team Tryouts (WTT). CLICK HERE for the FREE worksheet "Tunnel Trap Exercises"
Having problems with your weave pole performance? In this BDA show, we will show you how to proof your weave pole skills with some great exercises you can do at home. CLICK HERE for the FREE worksheet "4 Tips for Weave Pole Training"
Can your dog find a BLIND tunnel entry? If your dog can't (or if you've never heard of a blind tunnel entry), then make sure to watch this video! We have examples of blind tunnel entries with demonstrations. We also show you how to teach the basic skill to a beginner dog. CLICK HERE for
Have you ever made it through part of a course only to mess it up when the judge sends you back through the same part again, but with a small change? We're going to show you how CONTRAST TRAINING can create a more attentive dog who goes off course less and trains more efficiently. CLICK
In this episode of the Bad Dog Agility Show, Esteban shares his secret for creating great turns on the agility course with small and large dog demonstrations, both live and in slow motion. Plus, he shows you how to teach the skill to your dog. The course map used for the demonstration is included below.
In this episode of the Bad Dog Agility Show, Sarah shows you how to get your dog to release their tug toys quickly and happily. Many agility handlers have a great toy that their dog loves but they can't use in training because the dog never lets it go--and they often feel bad when it
In this episode of the Bad Dog Agility Show, Sarah and Esteban give you three critical training tips for keeping your dog quick on the agility course. By focusing on your dog's reinforcement rate and creating an agility Disneyland in your training field, you can give your dog the confidence and clarity they need to
In this episode, Sarah explains how watching your dog take off for a backside can "trap" you by that jump and make getting to the next part of the course more difficult. The video includes a small dog and large dog demonstration of 4 different backside sequences, and a slow motion side-by-side video that will
In this video, Sarah and Esteban troubleshoot a common start line problem in dog agility--the dog who looks away as soon the handler walks away from them. They show you why it happens and how you can fix it. Demonstrations include an example of the problem, fixing it with a small dog using food rewards,