Close your eyes and picture the perfect teeter performance. What do you see? Is the dog driving to the end of the board at full speed without pausing at the pivot point? Does the dog keep its weight forward? Once in the two-on, two-off position does the dog hold the position until released? Is the dog's teeter performance the same in competition as in practice?
The first step in any training is to know what the finished performance should look like and to set a goal of exactly what you want your dog's performance to be. The second step is to break the training down into pieces, perfecting each before increasing the level of difficulty. Click to read how to train the teeter