We didn't do anything fancy to learn weaves. He caught on pretty quickly. I tended to rely on left hand weaves too much at first and had to make an effort to do right hand. Since he's so fast and usually out in front of me a ways he occasionally blows past his entrance....usually because I don't get the command out soon enough. I have found that if he's approaching from the left side of the weaves and out from me he seldom misses if I tell him "get out, weave".
Jack loves weaves too. We did Susan Garrett's 2x2 method. You get to practice entries before they even have the weaving down, which is nice. Jack will enter correctly from just about any approach. Which method did you use?
You can tell he loves it.
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