I'm surprised I'm having such a hard time finding info about this online. Does anyone have any real info about what it means to have a running teeter? What are the dog's responsibilities? In a "true" running a-frame or dogwalk, the dog has a responsibility to adjust stride in order to hit the contact- all while not slowing down. But this isn't possible with the teeter, as fast dogs fly off the end before it hits the ground all the time. So is any non-2o2o teeter performance essentially a running teeter? Is it even possible to have a running teeter?
I still fail to see the need for stopped contacts for AF and DW, but I can't figure out how a running teeter would even work... There must be some literature out there somewhere!
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High Jinks vom Neuanfang - DOB 9/12 (Gotchya Day: 1/23/2013) agility superstar in training