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Phil Seyer & Magic Momo

Yes, you don't need a "threadle arm" but the threadle arm helps you turn your chest -- perhaps that's why it works so well. I see Janita and Jaakko using "threadle arms" all the time in the various videos.

1 year, 11 months ago

Niki Drage OneMind Dogs Coach 1 year, 10 months ago

You are correct Phil, it does help the handler turn their chest, but many handlers think it is a necessity and become reliant on it, and you can use the arm without a chest turn which is conflicting information for our dogs. That is why this challenge helps handlers think less about their arms and more about the more important handling elements.

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