Bailey's third run in her second week of Agility class. In her first week, she didn't understand what we wanted from her on the teeter totter. She kept jumping off, so this is the first time this week that she faced the evil teeter again, and she did really well on her first try, the second try, not so much, but we are working on it :-)

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Comment by Miri, Bailey and Cali on January 31, 2010 at 11:03pm
Thanks Nancy...I think the main problem is that she wasn't really sure what we wanted from her. She does fine when we start each run on the teeter (I think it is easier for her when we have momentum, but in this particular video we lost it) We are practicing at home right now with a 2x8....just to get the concept of walking on a board...we'll see, more videos to show her progress
Comment by Nancy Geddes on January 31, 2010 at 4:12pm
May I make a suggestion (based upon lots of time on teeter issues)? Both persons walk along either side of the teeter whilst dog is on the equipment to prevent jumping/cutting off the side. One person tap that treat right on the equipment really happily and close to the nose. Sometimes I will lay a small trail of soft treats in spots on the teeter. When finally approaching the center/other side, humans help lower the teeter until the dog is comfortable with the decline/thump. Repeat, repeat, repeat, lots of cut up Pupperonis, lots of praise and partying when dog gets to end. Congratulations and remember to always have fun!! Corgi high fives from Bear, Tasha and Linus
Comment by Tauna and Kota on January 31, 2010 at 6:51am

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