Great Points On Running The SeeSaw / Teeter

The highly respected multiple champions Alan & Jayne Bray share great insights on running the seesaw / teeter.

They show the importance of teaching your dog to be aggressive with the exit contact zone to get the teeter down.

It is neat to see how important it is for the smaller dogs as they have to trigger the teeter to fall in order to save time.

They also show the adjustable teeter they have so they can gradually raise the teeter as the dog become confident.

Starting the dog with the board on the ground is not shown and I assume that is where they teach the dog to attack the end.

If you enjoyed watching these dogs work the teeter and gained insight on why your dog needs to be confident

and aggressive with the contact points, be sure to like and share with your friends.

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