What to do after agility foundation training?

PLEASE READ: Hi! My dog just recently finished her agility foundation training. So far, I have taught her tunnel, jumps, sequences, 4 weaves, table and we're working on running contacts. I would like to know what else I should train mostly for a JWW competition. (Ex. 270's and 90's) Videos are also greatly appreciated!!! Thanks! I meant that she finished foundation training before she learned those obstacles. Thanks :)

Asked By: - 12/19/2010
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Your dog will need to know it's directionals & be fluent in front & rear crosses as part of your foundation work. You need these skills before you can teach 270 work, serpentines, threadles or pull-throughs for sure. A good solid start line for lead-outs is essential, as is a lead-out pivot & some lateral startline... More
Answered By: Agility DawgMa - 12/19/2010
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Just keep practicing with her and then move up to the intermediate courses. Your trainer will let you know when you and the dog are ready for real competition.
Answered By: Ocimom - 12/19/2010
Actually foundation training usually does not involve any equipment. Linda Mecklenburg just came out with a new book on foundation. You can get it at Clean run. Also, Mary Ellen Barry as a 6 dvd set, also at Clean run. There is so much involved in foundation training, before equipment is ever really introduced... More
Answered By: shari_king2002 - 12/19/2010
I agree with Shari. There is so much to learn still on the flat. If you've only just finished foundation training, then you are a long way from compeition... More
Answered By: WyrDachsie - 12/19/2010
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