A flip catch off the handler’s leg ending with the dog in the handler’s arms The Reverse Leg Vault to Dog Catch is just that: a where the handler catches the dog in lieu of the dog landing on his or her own.
A Flipping Vault Off the Handler’s Foot
HIGH 5 FAKIE Just like a fakie spin or twist except this time the dog targets the palm of your hand with all four paws hence the name High 5. My cue for this trick is presenting my just like I would for.a.normal HIGH 5
Shuffling disc while the dog keeps balance on the handler’s feet [icon_name=”key”]Basic Keys: Dog has built a great body balance and has built ability to jump and stall over a small target. Handler has built enough leg strength to receive and keep in balance the dog weight. Tricks to the Trick: Build up a solid stall […]
A Beautiful Combo Move of Basic Set Up Moves Through to Backwards Through is a sweet, nothing type move. Born in a Flash Jam 2 or 3 years ago and named Fancy by Jack Fahle in 2017.
Dog nose tap to Brush Kick to catch. Basic Keys: Dog likes to nose tapping discs. Human loves to kick brushing discs. Tricks for the Trick: Explore different angles and heights and see how they reflect on the dog nose tap in order to receive back the perfect set for your kick brush. Explore every […]
A Wide Bank Shot — A Rebound, Fakie, or Reverse Vault Wider than 90° The Carom is a Rebound or Fakie that is greater than 90°. While it is similar to a Reverse Vault or a Fakie, it is a much wider angle. The dog doesn’t flip off the handler so much as bounce off in […]
A Counter Clockwise Around that resolves, or finishes in a flip at the handler’s side. The flip is a spinny, helicopter type with the dog often landing facing the handler.
A flip that starts at the resolution of the Around set up move. Whether clockwise and counter clock, the Around resolves into a flipping catch at the handler’s side.
A linear vault off your foot in a foot stall position The handler tries to accurately place a floater in the correct vault placement for the dog to ensure good vault from the laying down position. All while the dog accurately paces stride to be able to vault off of a small platform and make […]