Do Your Job so Your Agility Dog can do His

The more you learn about dog agility handling the more you find out it really never was the dog’s fault to begin with.

This is a super video by Bad Dog Agility that proves once again, it is the handler’s fault that the dog “refused” the obstacle.

Amazing to see what a tenth of a second of dead time on the handler’s part can do to the dog and it’s line.

It also further proves that there is nothing for you to do once your dog is committed to the jump, so stop staring at them.

Keep your forward momentum and direction going, you body doesn’t lie to your dog and your dog will follow the bigger picture.

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