"Signature Move" for agility demo

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  1. MericoX

    MericoX Roos, Poos, & a Wog!

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    We're participating in an agility demo in January, and they're asking us to come up with a "signature move" to entertain the crowd. Trying to think of something I can do with Kiba that won't have adverse effects on doing agility (like jumping over a tunnel).

    So far I've got leg weaving, or going backwards through a tunnel. Thoughts?
     
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    Go first, and when setting up sneak your other dog into the tunnel with a handler - if there's a tunnel near the end of the course. Then when he goes into that tunnel have both dogs come out and finish the course. Act shocked, then have a bunch of the handlers go look in the tunnel to see 'what happened' so the extra person can sneak out.

    Spin, bow, flying finish..... there's lots of neat tricks. The flying finish (aka a right finish around your legs but without the stop and sit) comes in handy for weave pole entrances that are nasty.
     

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