IT MATTERS 

HOW YOU SLICE IT

HELP YOUR DOG WITH 'SLICE' APPROACHES TO JUMPS! 

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Does your dog have trouble with 'slice' approaches to jumps?

Not sure what a 'slice' approach to a jump IS?

Find out in this course!

Taught by Daisy Peel and originally presented as monthly Challenges in The Agility Challenge, this course will develop your understanding of what slice approaches to jumps are, why they're challenging for your dog, AND how to train your dog to be prepared to successfully navigate slice approaches to jumps!

Scroll down to read more and see the course outline!


What is this course about?

THIS COURSE IS ALL ABOUT SLICE APPROACHES TO JUMPS! By the end of the class, you and your dog should have a better understanding of what constitutes a slice approach to a jump, and how to successfully navigate these types of jumping efforts. You'll learn:


  • What the different types of slice approaches to jumps are
  • Why slice approaches to jumps are challenging for your dog
  • How to help your dog keep the bar up on a slice approach to a jump
  • The safety considerations when dealing with slice approaches to jumps
  • How to train your dog to navigate a slice approach to a jump
  • How to cue slice approaches to jumps in short sequences

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What Dogs Can Take This Course?

This course is designed for dogs that are already old enough to jump agility jumps at their full height. Dogs that are not physically or mentally prepared to jump agility jumps are not ready for this course. If your dog has started his agility jumping education, and is learning how to sequence on sequences of 1-5 jumps, this course is appropriate for your dog. Some of the sequences toward the end of the course will be more challenging for you and your dog, and may be appropriate as you and your dog gain experience together as a team, and as your dog's jump training has progressed a little further.

What Will You Need?

  • 6 Jumps (wings preferred)
  • One Tunnel
  • A 50x50' space or larger

What Will You Learn?

Take a look at the syllabus for this course! 


It Matters How You Slice It Course Outline

Module 1 Introduction To Slice Jumps
Unit 1 Introduction - Different Types Of Slice Jumps
Unit 2 Scenario A Slice Approaches To Jumps
Unit 3 Scenario B Slice Approaches To Jumps
Unit 4 Scenario C Slice Approaches To Jumps
Unit 5 Why Slice Jumps Are Challenging
Module 2 Building The Skills
Unit 1 Building The Skills
Unit 2 Teaching Scenario A
Unit 3 Teaching Scenario B
Unit 4 Teaching Scenario C
Module 3 Sharpening The Skills
Unit 1 Introduction - Sharpening The Skills
Unit 2 Sequences 1 and 2
Unit 3 Sequences 3 and 4
Unit 4 Sequences 5 and 6
Unit 5 Sequences 7 and 8
Unit 6 Sequences 9 and 10
Unit 7 Sequences 11 and 12
Module 4 Piecing It Together
Unit 1 Piecing It Together
Unit 2 Sequence 1
Unit 3 Sequence 2
Unit 4 Sequence 3
Module 5 Wrapping It Up
Unit 1 Wrapping It Up

Beginning December 2019, this course will be part of The Agility Challenge!

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