This week's trick has many different options, time to get creative!! Three different options for the trick and your choice of body parts. Rebound A rebound is when a dog uses part of the handler's body to jump off of, moving in a circular fashion. Closely resembles a reverse vault but without the dog actually catching anything. The most common type of rebound is a chest rebound. Here's a video of Zuma learning a back rebound: [YOUTUBE]e4T6VJermok[/YOUTUBE] Over An over is when the dog jumps over part of the handler's body. Common overs include arms, legs and backs. Stall A stall is when the dog jumps onto and stands or sits on part of the handler's body. Common stalls include backstalls and footstalls. All of these tricks teach body awareness and build trust between the dog and handler. It is always a good idea to warm up your dog and stretch properly before attempting any of these tricks and please remember to keep jumping for puppies to a minimum and on soft surfaces.