Front and Back Threadle Handling on a Serpentine

Steve and Flyer demonstrate Threadle handling as he says, from the front and back side of the jump.

The “backside threadle” is called a push back by some as you are pushing the dog away from the handler to perform the jump from the backside.

A course would determine which side of the jump you would be on to perform the serpentine.

Your dog could determine your position as well if your dog is not comfortable with the push back.

We love how they show both options and also show it in slow motion so you can really follow them.

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