Debby Wheeler’s “Two on Two off” Part 2

Be sure you watch Part 1 of Debbie Wheeler showing you how to start your dog on the 2on 2off contacts.

Once you do, this is the next step she uses in training a solid contact performance using 2on 2off.

Debbie warns that your dog needs to be able to find the end of the board and do keep the back feet on

with very little help from the handler before moving to this step.

This step will incorporate a contact obstacle, in this case the dog walk.

Again, if you do not have access to a dog walk you can make your own raised board to practice.

Just be sure your board is secure and stable so there is no chance of your dog knocking it over.

A crash like that could stop your agility aspirations completely.

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