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Pet Agility Exercise routines : Pet Agility Coaching: The Rear Cross



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The rear cross is when the trainer brings the doggy from a single obstacle, behind them to the subsequent obstacle. Teach any doggy how to do a rear cross on an agility course by using the information in this totally free video from an knowledgeable doggy trainer.

Specialist: Kim Amatucci
Bio: Kim Amatucci is a training Pet Pet Coach and Habits Expert. She has been teaching considering that 2002 and been operating with her personal pets for the earlier thirteen a long time.
Filmmaker: Travis Waack

10 comments

  1. Definitely a blind cross, a rear cross is when the handler crosses behind the dog.

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  2. yep, this is a blind cross.

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  3. That's NOT a rear cross!! That's a blind cross!!

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  4. Missed the last weave.. Oops.

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  5. NO No No… this is a blind cross.
    RC rear cross is when the dog goes ahead and you cross behind !

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  6. This should be taken off the internet!

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  7. Is this slow motion ?

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  8. AHHaaahhha….so funny…and the dog missing the last pole without the handler even noticing…is one of the reasons to NOT use a blind cross!! How could this trainer be teaching agility since 2002-and not know the difference between a blind cross and a rear cross!!??

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  9. I would agree. This is a blind cross, not a rear cross. 🙂

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  10. I think it's a blind cross, NOT a rear cross.

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