Tuesday, June 7, 2011

What that sequence was supposed to look like!

In my last post, I posted a video of a (failed :) sequence that I ran with Wall-e. I also ran this same sequence with Mika, but didn't post the video, so I decided to post it now to give you a better idea of what the sequence was supposed to look like.

We ran the same sequence two different days. This was our first try on June 3. I called her off the last jump to practice our call-offs; she did wonderful!:


And this is when we ran it on June 5 (the same day that Wall-e ran it in my previous post). I rewarded her early because she had a great A-frame even without her usual prop. (I usually put a jump bar at the end of the AF to help her hit it and retain her muscle memory, but this time I forgot.)


I still wasn't perfect, but
I'm so much more used to handling Mika than Wall-e, and you can tell! :)


  1. Mika is so fast (and smaller than I thought, oddly)! I'm far from a professional when it comes to agility, but I think her runs (and your handling of her) were pretty awesome!

  2. FANTASTIC! I find it a HUGE challege to run two very different dogs, I dont do too well at it, but looks like you are doing GREAT!--Kathy with Liz/Breeze/Cricket