Visual Definition of The Dog Agility Blind Cross

For those of you learning all the different types of crosses, wraps other handling techniques, this is a super video.

It shows in a simple yet concise way what the challenging Blind Cross in dog agility looks like in action.

In short the Blind Cross is when the dog changes handler’s sides behind their back and the handler loses sight of the dog.

Not a crowd pleaser for many beginner handlers as it takes a lot of trust in your dog’s ability to perform it correctly.

You have to know your dog will take the line so you can take your eyes off the dog or you may end up crashing, either into an obstacle or the dog.

You can see the real advantage to being able to do a blind cross as it keeps you and the dog moving forward and fast.

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