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Doing Weaves after a Tunnel

Doing Weaves after a Tunnel

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We worked on going to weaves coming out of a tunnel in one of our sequences so the dogs could learn to collect themselves for the weaves after picking up some speed with the tunnel. I decided to work on that at home.

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In the second clip Matilda had more trouble finding the entry from tjhe same side as the tunnel.

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I don't know why they came up this way. Click on www.youtube above and you can see them anyway.
  • she looks good!

    that was funny about the tunnel/weave... I'll have to look again to see where you are in relation to the weaves...
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