In this episode (21:16)
In this podcast we discuss why it’s important to move on to the next part of the course as soon as your dog is committed to an obstacle.
- 2015 Agility World Championships
- Order the Livestream
- Episode 70: Five Tips for For Watching the FCI Agility World Championship
- Our video analysis case study of Rosanne DeMascio and Strafe – an excellent example of moving on.
- One of my goals with the two jump handling setup was to focus on moving on.
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