Areas of Training:

Go Outs

“The go-out is the first part of the Utility Directed Jumping exercise. The dog and handler begin the exercise standing at one end of a 40 x 50 foot ring on the center line, about 20 feet back from the jumps, which are 18-20 feet apart. When performing an ideal go-out, the dog runs straight away from his handler, between the jumps, to a point about 20 feet beyond the jumps, and, on his handler’s command, stops, turns to face his handler, and sits.” (pg 337, Competition Obedience: A Balance Act)

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