Clear, deliberate and well trained. Seems so simple, but this is not easy. Write down your words. Draw them out from the dog’s perspective. It may seem like algebra, but stick with it. Have a clear understanding in your head and then train the crap out of it!
ININ – Backside Threadle Slice
ININ – Backside Threadle Slice – The dog goes to the back side of the jump and turns away from you to take it as a slice. The dog is between you and the jump.
PUSH – Backside Slice or Wrap
PUSH – Backside Slice or Wrap. You are between the jump and the dog. The dog goes to the back of the jump and either slices or wraps depending on your motion. (Some people have two different words, one for Slice and one for wrap.)
SWITCH – Backside Threadle Wrap
SWITCH – Backside Threadle Wrap. The dog is between you and the jump and turns away from you to take the backside of the jump and wrap the wing.
Dog’s Name – Look at me – pay attention to something
WRAP – frontside jump wrap in your direction
FLIP – turn away from you (wrap or obstacle)
JUMP – full extension
AROUND -180 frontside to frontside
GO – drive away in full extention
TUNNEL – obvious end
BYEBYE – tunnel threadle
WALK IT – obstacle or FLIP tunnel
CLIMB IT – obstacle or FLIP tunnel
SEE SAW – obstacle ride to the end baby