Multi-Tasking Obstacles: Triple and Double Jumps

Obviously, these may be used as single bars jumps, and can often be engineered to substitute for each other.

Our double and triple jump also work like wings as a handling obstacle.

This obstacle is so rarely seen on a home course that it almost counts as a multi-tasking obstacle to have one at all! Spread jumps aren’t easy for dogs to navigate, and should be practiced regularly to avoid bar-crashing.

2 Comments on “Multi-Tasking Obstacles: Triple and Double Jumps

  1. Please credit Creative Indulgence Photography and Mountain Dog Sports for using the above photo. It’s always a good idea to ask before using pictures!

    • Hi Lindsey we’re very sorry and will be happy to remove the picture. We’ve had a turnover in the office and there was a folder full of unmarked pictures, your dog was in amongst them. We could not credit because we weren’t sure ourselves… where the picture had been found (we do know all pictures were found via google search). It’s a great photo, which is why we chose it from the file but we understand the consternation of seeing your dog where you don’t expect to! Thank you for your understanding, and we have removed the photo from the blog and the folder.