Great Drive in These 2o2o Dog Agility Teeter Contacts

The teeter can pose a bunch of problems in dog agility training especially for older dogs or younger dogs who have been scared by it.

This team, however, only suffers from over achievement by this bold and on-the-go Border Collie that shows no fear.

Part of what makes the teeter hard is that it is a contact that moves so the dog must have body control on the exit end of the teeter.

I love how they included the clip when this dog got a bit too zealous and does a running contact instead of the 2o2o contact.

I am sure some dogs really get a thrill out of performing the teeter like this, but it will lead to fly offs which is why the 2o2o should be enforced.

If you were impressed with this dog’s performance of the teeter tooter, be sure to LIKE and SHARE. Don’t fret if your dog doesn’t attack the nose of the teeter like this, though you can get it with patience and lots of practice.