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Old 03-27-2014, 09:34 AM
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Yeah push is B& Penn's word as well.. I also use pipe instead of tunnel because too many T words. I also have a run videotaped where I am clearly ointing at the teeter and yell pipe. So it doesn't really help ahaha
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I like the idea of "push" for that cue, that's a good one. I don't use that for anything. Short, doesn't really sound like anything else either... I might borrow that.
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Old 03-27-2014, 10:48 AM
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I use chute for both tunnels and the chute. Walk it is all three contacts fot Meg, although Gusto's teeter is Bang. Table is Hup for both of mine...I am not sure I use a single T word!
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Old 03-27-2014, 11:29 AM
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We use "get out".
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Old 03-27-2014, 11:58 AM
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I use "back" for Mira. I like "Push" in theory but would have to retrain myself haha.
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I use "back" for my backside cue, however I use it for a reverse scoot and to back up too, it's all about context. Obviously if we are running an agility course, I'm not just going to suddenly ask my dogs to back up or do a reverse scoot. We've never had any issues with it.

"Walk it" is the dog walk, "ramp" is the a-frame, "teeter" is the teeter, "tunnel" for the chute or the tunnel.
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:16 PM
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I use jump for a trick outside of agility- jump vertically- and also in agility with Summer. Never had confusion there either.

I use walk it for the dog walk
climb for a frame
chute for chute
tunnel for tunnel
teeter for teeter

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I use "back" for my backside cue, however I use it for a reverse scoot and to back up too, it's all about context. Obviously if we are running an agility course, I'm not just going to suddenly ask my dogs to back up or do a reverse scoot. We've never had any issues with it.

"Walk it" is the dog walk, "ramp" is the a-frame, "teeter" is the teeter, "tunnel" for the chute or the tunnel.
You'd think it's obvious...

I've had Cohen do a hip rebound on me while trying to push her to the rear of a jump. The verbals are different, but I guess the physical cues are similar enough to cause confusion.
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I already mix up the TWO cues for wrapping, poor Feist is in for it haha.
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Yeah I use "back" as reverse too. But I think my dogs mostly cue off the signal for that anyway. I've never tried to clean it up.

As for other obstacle cues, I use "jump" for all jumps including the tire, "up" for the table, "frame," "walk-it," "tunnel" for regular and collapsed tunnels, and "teeter."
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