CptJack Posted June 17, 2015 Report Share Posted June 17, 2015 Molly is being taught a 2o2o contact, via use of a paw target at the bottom of the obstacle. She's been doing the paw target without the obstacle since January. On the flat, coming down a hill, at the bottom of stairs, she's fine. We're just now putting it together with the obstacles, and we're having this issue where she pivots her butt 90 degrees and basically comes off the obstacle while keeping her paws on the target. She hasn't pivoted around like that on the flat/on stairs in months, but it's back and then some coming down the a-frame or dog walk. I have no idea how to fix this (little dog has running contacts), or even reproduce it without having contact equipment at home. I think if I COULD find a way to reproduce the problem I could get it straightened out, but I need either a way to do that OR a way to handle it in class. Does anyone have any thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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