November 2009 Weave Trivia Contest

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Put your thinking cap on, it’s time to test your Weave Pole I.Q.!  How much do you know about this challenging obstacle? Answer the trivia questions below, and for each correct answer you could get $5 “Doggie Dollars” to use toward a new weave pole set, or anything else that sparks your fancy!  Win up to $45 credit. One winner will be randomly drawn by our computer system, and this person’s correct answers will then be added up.  Deadline for entries is Monday, November 9th and winner will be notified (if you are a registered user) on Tuesday.

Contest Questions:

  1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
  2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
  3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
  4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
  5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
  6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
  7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
  8. True or False.  To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
  9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.

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50 Comments on “November 2009 Weave Trivia Contest

  1. 1, 2 x 2: channel; weave-a-matic
    2.2 x 2
    3.left
    4.60
    5. 12
    6. false
    7. jumpers with weaves
    8. false
    9. true, in novice and open, not allowed in excellent as it is a non qualifying fault

  2. 1)Channel Weaves, 2×2’s , Wire Guides
    2)2×2 Weave Pole Method
    3) Right
    4) 60 weave poles
    5) 12 poles
    6) false
    7) Jumpers with weaves
    8) False
    9) True

  3. Answer to contest questions:
    1) 2×2, gate, push/pull
    2) 2×2
    3) right side (dog’s left shoulder
    4) 60
    5) 12
    6) false
    7) AKC Jumpers with Weaves
    8) false
    9) true (you can start them again, but will be a “NQ” in AKC Excellent, etc.

  4. Contest Questions:

    1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves:

    push pull on leash, 2×2, channel weaves, Angled weaves, Clicker!

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:

    2×2

    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?

    Right side, or your dogs left shoulder enters with the pole on his left

    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?

    60 weaves

    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?

    12 (6 in lower classes)

    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.

    False

    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?

    Jumpers with weaves (AKC)

    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.

    False

    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.

    True

  5. 1. 2×2, Channel Weaves, Slanted poles/Weave-o-matic
    2. 2×2
    3. Right
    4. 60 poles
    5. 12 poles
    6. False
    7. Jumpers with Weaves (JWW)
    8. False
    9. True

  6. 1. Channel, WAM, 2 x 2
    2. The 2 x 2 method.
    3. they have to enter on the right side of the pole with their left shoulder.
    4. 60?
    5. 12
    6. False, however, weave poles can have different spacing.
    7. JWW (Jumpers with weaves)
    8. False
    9. True

  7. *I forgot to log in when I posted my last comment. Sorry!

    1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – 2 x 2 by Susan Garret, Channel Weaves, Luring through straight poles
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2 (two by two)
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Right side, the first pole is on the dogs left shoulder
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumps with Weaves for AKC, NADAC has a weavers class with just weaves and tunnels
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True, but if your dog continually fails, it’s best to just move on

  8. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – 2 x 2 by Susan Garret, Channel Weaves, Luring through straight poles
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2 (two by two)
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Right side, the first pole is on the dogs left shoulder
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumps with Weaves for AKC, NADAC has a weavers class with just weaves and tunnels
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True, but if your dog continually fails, it’s best to just move on

  9. 1. Channel, 2×2, normal weaves.
    2. 2X2
    3. right
    4. 60 poles
    5. 6/Novice,12/Int.& Adv.
    6. False
    7. Jumpers w/weaves
    8. False
    9. Yes

  10. 1. Channel, 2×2, normal weaves.
    2. 2X2
    3. Left
    4. 60 poles
    5. 6/Novice,12/Int.& Adv.
    6. False
    7. Jumpers w/weaves
    8. False
    9. Yes

  11. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves 1)Weave-o-matic, where the weaves are spread in a V shape. 2)Channel Weaves, where the weaves are spread apart then slowly brought back into a straight line. 3) the 2X2 method.

    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2X2 method

    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? to the right of the first pole. When teaching class I always tell the students “right is right”.

    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60 poles

    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False

    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Weavers

    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False

    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True, but it is counted as a fault.

  12. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    channel – 2 X 2 – weave-o-matic

    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 X 2

    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    right

    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60

    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. false

    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? jumpers with weaves

    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. false

    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. true

  13. 1. 3 weave pole training methods= 2X2s, WeaveOMatic, Channel weaves
    2. Training method popularized by Susan Garrett=2X2 weave pole training method.
    3. The correct side of the first pole to dog at entry is=to the right of the first pole which would be on the dogs left shoulder.
    4. Amount of poles in the Non-Sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challege is= #60
    5. The number of poles common in a reg. sanctioned class = #12 poles.
    6. False ( same for all)
    7. The name of the class that just has weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it is= “Munchkins”.
    8. False
    9.True & False…DOCNA allows three attempts before faulting, USDAA allows one attempt before faults as well as other org.

  14. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – channel, weave o matic, 2×2
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? right
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with weaves
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True

  15. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves.
    A. Channel Weaves
    B. Training Wires
    C. Angled Poles

    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: Say Yes Dog Training

    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Right

    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 24 Poles

    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False

    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers

    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False

    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start. True

  16. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Weave-a-matic; offset (channel); 2×2

    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2

    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    Right side

    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60

    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False

    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers with Weaves

    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False

    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True

  17. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves Channel, weavamatics, 2 by 2
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 by 2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? left
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.false
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? weavers
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. false
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. true

  18. Contest Questions:

    1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – Staggered weavepoles, guide wires, and slanted weavepoles
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: – 2×2 Method
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? – Dog’s left shoulder
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? – 60 poles
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? – 12
    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. -False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? -Jumpers
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. -False
    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True

  19. 1- 2×2’s, channel weave, wire guides
    2- 2×2
    3- Left shoulder of the dog
    4- 60 weave pole challenge
    5- 12
    6- false
    7- Jumpers with Weaves
    8- false
    9- True in the Novice AKC

  20. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves 2 x 2, verigated, offset
    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2
    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? left
    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 34
    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. false
    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? jumpers
    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. false
    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. you can always start again but you don’t Q

  21. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    TWO by TWO, CHANNEL, GUIDE WIRES

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    TWO by TWO

    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    RIGHT

    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    84

    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12

    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    FALSE

    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    JUMPERS WITH WEAVES

    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    FALSE

    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    TRUE

  22. :

    1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    2×2, channels, weave o’matic (WAM)
    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2
    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?the right side of the first pole.. must be on the dogs left shoulder
    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 90
    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.F
    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? JWW
    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.F
    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. T

  23. 1.Wire/channel/lure w/food
    2.channel
    3.right side
    4.60
    5.12
    6.false
    7.jumpers with weaves jww
    8.false
    9.true

  24. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    A. Channel Weaves
    B. 2 x 2 method
    C. Wires on poles

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:

    Two by Two – twelve poles in twelve days

    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    Right side of pole, dog’s left shoulder goes in first.

    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    Sixty (60)

    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    Twelve for Open and Excellent and six for Novice

    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    False

    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    JWW – Jumpers with Weaves

    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False

    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True

  25. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – Channel, weavomatics and 2x’s
    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2Xs
    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? right side (dogs left side)

    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60 weaves

    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False

    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with Weaves

    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False

    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True, depends on the venue how it is done.

  26. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves 2X2, channel, & guide wires.
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:2X2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Right side.
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers With Weaves (JWW)
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True

  27. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves weave-o-matics, offset weaves, and 2 x 2
    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2 Method
    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Trick question! The dog’s left shoulder has to be by the first pole, so I would say right side
    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with weaves
    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. Depends on venue, but generally yes

  28. Contest Questions:

    Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    2×2, channels, guide wires

    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2

    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    dog enters with left shoulder

    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60

    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12

    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    false

    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    AKC Jumpers

    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False

    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True

  29. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    A)2×2, B)Channel Weaves, C)Guide Wires
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2X2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? Right Side
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? In AKC, Jumpers With Weaves
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True, but in upper classes, you won’t Qualify.

  30. 1.channel weave, versa and wireweave
    2.2×2 weave poles
    3. on the dogs left side
    4.12
    5.six
    6.false
    7. novice
    8. false
    9.true

  31. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves: CHANNELS, 2x2s, WEAVE-A-MATICS
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:2x2s
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? to the RIGHT of the first pole
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? TWELVE
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. FALSE
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? JUMPERS WITH WEAVES
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. FALSE
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. TRUE, in novice

  32. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    channel, 2×2, Vshaped where the pole lean out

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2

    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? on the right side (dog’s left shoulder)

    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 120!

    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. FALSE

    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers with Weaves

    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. FALSE

    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. TRUE ONLY IN NOVICE STANDARD (AKC)

  33. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves – weave-a-matic – channel – 2 x2

    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2
    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? – to the right of the pole

    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60

    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12

    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False

    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with weaves – JWW

    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False

    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. Depends on level – True if in Novice/Starters level, False if in Excellent/Masters

  34. 1. channel weaves; weave pole dance, clicker training, weave-o-matic
    2. Susan Garrett’s 2X2 weave pole training
    3. Enter on the right side.
    4. 60 weave poles at the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge
    5. 12 weave poles
    6. False
    7. Jumpers with Weaves
    8. False
    9. True

  35. 1)-guide wires
    -2×2 method
    -channels
    2)2×2 method
    3) on the right side of the weave poles
    4)60
    5)12
    6)False
    7)Jumpers with weaves
    8)False
    9)True

  36. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    – Channel Weaves, Weave-a-matic, 2×2

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    -2×2

    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    – Right side

    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    – 60 weave poles

    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    – 12

    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    – False

    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    – Jumpers with weaves (JWW)

    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    -False

    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.

    -True, but causes an NQ in Excellent or Masters

  37. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Channel
    2×2
    weave-a-matic

    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    2×2

    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    1st pole is on the dogs left

    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60

    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12

    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    False

    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers with weaves

    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False

    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True

  38. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Channel, Weave-a-matic, 2 x 2
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    2 x 2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    Right
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers With Weaves
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True

  39. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    2×2, channel, guide wires
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    right
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. false
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? jumpers
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. false
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. true

  40. Contest Questions:

    1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    channel, 2×2, wire guides
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    right
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. false
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? jumpers
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. false
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. true

  41. Contest Questions:

    1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    2X2, channels, wires training
    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2X2
    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? first pole on the same side as the dogs left shoulder
    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60 poles
    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12 poles
    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. false
    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with weaves
    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. True depending on class with faults

  42. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    weave-0-matic, channels, 2 x 2
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    first pole on the dog’s left
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60 poles
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    false
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers with Weaves
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    false
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    true

  43. Contest Questions:

    Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Channels, 2×2’s, slanted weave o-matic
    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    2×2’s
    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    right
    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60
    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12
    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    False
    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumpers
    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False
    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True

  44. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Channel, 2 x 2, Weave-a-Matic
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2×2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    left
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. False
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Jumpers with Weaves
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. Yes, but in AKC Excellent you will get a Refusal and NQ.

  45. Contest Questions:

    Name 3 training methods used to train weaves–Channel, 2×2, guide wires
    The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called: 2 x 2
    What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter? enters right; exits left
    How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs. F
    What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? Novice
    True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once. F
    True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. T

  46. 1.Name 3 training methods used to train weaves; channel,weav a matics, 2×2
    2.The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:2×2
    3.What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?Left
    4.How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge? 60
    5.What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial? 12
    6.True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.false
    7.What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles? JWW
    8.True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.False
    9.True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again. true

  47. 1. Name 3 training methods used to train weaves
    Channels and Wires
    2×2
    Weave-o-matic

    2. The training method popularized by trainer Susan Garrett is called:
    2×2
    3. What side of the first pole does your dog have to enter?
    Left
    4. How many weaves are in the non-sanctioned Purina Weave Pole Challenge?
    60
    5. What is the maximum amount of poles commonly found in a regular sanctioned trial?
    12
    6. True or False: The distance between poles is adjustable for different sized dogs.
    Unfortunately, False
    7. What is the name of a class that has just weaves, jumps, and tunnels in it, but no other obstacles?
    Jumps with Weaves (AKC)
    8. True or False. To qualify in the highest/classes (i.e. excellent, masters, etc) of agility competitions, your dog can miss a pole, but only one and only once.
    False
    9. True or False: In a trial, if your dog runs by the weaves or pops out of a pole, you are allowed to go back and start them again.
    True but it doesn’t necessarily mean you will qualify and it is tied to the level (i.e. Open, Novice)