Dog Agility Tunnel Entry Discrimination

Elizabeth demonstrates how she puts a verbal as well as physical cue to her tunnel entries so she can get the correct entry when distance work is called for.

She shows you how to get started by being closer to the tunnel and exaggerating your movement until your dog starts to understand your verbal cues.

And while she chooses to use the verbals, close and out, you can use any number of cues such as here and away.

Just use cues that make sense to you, roll off the tongue easy and you won’t forget under stress.

Once you get the cues from a stay you will add movement and finally add obstacles ahead of the tunnel.

A great way to get started on tunnel entry discrimination and if you agree be sure to LIKE and then SHARE this great info with your friends.