In this episode (54:46)
Sarah and Esteban talk with Susan Garrett about helping your dog drop less bars.
You Will Learn
- Susan Garrett’s protocol for knocked bars, and which dogs it’s appropriate for.
- Common training mistakes people make when addressing bar knocking.
- If you should be quiet when your dog is jumping.
- How to help your dog avoid brushing wings/uprights.
- How Response Cost influences a dog’s bar knocking.
- The importance of jump training, handling, and strength and conditioning for success.
- How Susan trains jumping with her young dog.
- The next big challenge in dog agility.
- The significance of a rhetorical question.
- Facebook Group — Handling 360: Free Agility Workshop
- Susan’s Facebook Live “Re-Do” of the AWC Large Dog Course
- Sarah’s favorite Susan Garrett run from the 2016 Agility World Championship.
- Previous Podcast Interview with Susan Garrett — Episode 43: Susan Garrett Interview on Positive Training and Handling Systems
- Previous Podcast on Record Keeping — Episode 146: Record Keeping Trick for Dog Agility
- Episode 100: Interview with Crufts Judge Lee Gibson – Part 1
- Episode 136: Interview with WAO Judge Anthony Clarke
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