Discrimination handling (TnGo example)

Generally Touch N Go courses are fast and flowing with a natural path presented to the dog for each obstacle. Challenges come from performance of the obstacles themselves, obstacle discrimination, off-course potential, and basic handling. Teams with running contacts may find Touch N Go particularly interesting.

You need a dog that is skilled with contact performance for this game, but here are some ideas on particulars you might find the most helpful with a focus on picking handling strategies that enable a fast solution for handling discriminations.

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