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Wall Climb

Discussion in 'Obedience & Sports' started by Swolf, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    Is anyone else doing wall climb?
    Is there anything we can do to improve performance or is practice and general fitness all that's really going to make a difference?
    Sookie did 7 feet on her first go, I'm sure she would have had 7.5, but I had them go right to 8 feet which she couldn't quite get.
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  2. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I know nothing about it but looks like fun!
     
  3. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    It is fun! I'm suprised how well my girl did at it. ADBA recently sanctioned it as an event (and let LPP dogs play) though meaning it's readily available in my area and my girl really likes it which is enough of a reason for me to pursue it.
     
  4. John Sauceda

    John Sauceda Big Dog

    I want to try this so bad! I've been looking into it for a while. They have grab and hang for it to count, right?
     
  5. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    No hanging to it really, the dog just has to hold on to the toy enough for it to come down with him or her (it's secured by velcro so it comes down fairly eaisly with a good tug).
    The hardest part of the whole thing, in my opinion, is catching your dog on the down fall.
    [video]https://vimeo.com/123113709[/video]
    Swolf - Pit Bull Chat(2369730) on Vimeo
     
  6. John Sauceda

    John Sauceda Big Dog

    I want to Try that so bad!
     
  7. bsand

    bsand Good Dog

    Holy shit she's like spider dog haha
     
  8. Medic man

    Medic man Puppy

    Thanks for posting. This answered a question I've had about how the breakaway tug is done. I am in N. E. Indiana and I haven't found any competitions close enough to go watch. I am interested in this and weight pull. I think I will have to build my own equipment to train as I haven't found a local club yet.
     

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