What is a blind cross in dog agility?

What is a front cross in agility?

Front Cross involves changing the handling side in front of your dog. You can use Front Crosses in many different situations on agility courses; you can use them on straight lines but you can also use them to cue a tight turn, as tight as 180 degrees for example.

Can blind dogs do agility?

For most that is a silly question as it seems very obvious that it would be far too dangerous to run dog agility with a blind dog. Well, the authorities agree, you cannot compete with a fully blind dog.

What is a front cross?

A Front Cross is a maneuver in which you change handling sides in front of your dog. This typically occurs on a turn. The side change happens by turning toward your dog (you will be able to see your dog throughout). This is in contrast to the Blind Cross.

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