I guess I wasn’t totally lazy as I worked rear crosses on the three jump set up with Brody. Brody and Thea are not rear cross dogs. I have always thought it was me but with Sally I have little to no trouble with them so I guess it’s a combo thing. Today Brody was rocking his rear crosses too. It was really fun to see him start to get the hang of what I might be doing and drive ahead anyhow.
Sally? I was lazy with. I stood in one spot and spun in circles. Sending her over a jump through a tunnel over the jump again through the other end of a tunnel, over a different jump, through a tunnel, a jump jump combo … whatever I wanted Sally freaking flew it. She is a dream dog to run. NOTHING gives her more pleasure than agility. Big T watched for a minute and commented afterwards that Sally’s joy doing agility is so obvious it’s like she bounces with every step. I’ll call it working on gambles skills but really what we were doing was having fun. It may be a LONG time til we can goof around like that. I literally took one step in any direction at the most.
(apart from training lazy today was NOT a lazy day – we moved the chickens to their wnter home; I cleaned out the coop; we turned over 2 beds and harvested on bed of potatoes; buried Asia and Ibby; Big T cut wood.. we should be sore tomorrow!)
Doesn't sound like you were particularly lazy! I know how you feel with the rear crosses – for us, it's front crosses. I'm not a front cross person, and I don't think Marge is a front cross dog.
Front crosses, rear crosses — I say every course should just be one giant circle!!! 😉
p.s. So sorry about Asia and Ibby, was just admiring Asia's photo on fb the other day, didn't know… 🙁