Jumping for Joy with Teresa Crich - Last minute Handling Spots Available
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About the Event
In Agility, Jumps comprise over 80% of courses, so how our dogs execute them is extremely important. Not only is it important for running clean, but also for speed, safety and the longevity of our dogs’ career.
So we want our dogs to know how to jump efficiently and effectively and they generally do not do this instinctively. We need to teach them how and where to collect or extend which varies each time depending on distances between jumps, straight lines or curves and where they head next.
We need to build the right strength so they can collect and extend in all the right places. And we need to build value and understanding for our handling cues so that they can execute courses in a timely and efficient manner.
On the other side of the equation is us, their handler and team mate. We need to learn when, where and how to cue and support our dogs. We also need to know when to let them just do the job we have taught them to do, and not interfere with their process.
So much goes into jumping but all too often we take it for granted. So for every bar kept up, every tight turn, and every well placed stride.
Let's Jump for JOY!
- Sold OutJump For Joy Saturday Oct 17$120$1200$0
- Sold OutJump For Joy Sunday October 18$120$1200$0
- Auditing Jump For Joy Saturday$50$500$0
- Auditing Jump For Joy Sunday$50$500$0