Double Jump

double jump


    The double jump, also called the double oxer, shows the dog’s ability to jump high and wide.  It is roughly the equivalent of putting two single bar jumps one in front of the other.  The top two bars are set at the dog’s jump height and the lower bars are staggered to prevent the dogs from ducking under the jump.  The width between the bars increases as the jump height of the dog increases.  The width between the bars is the same as the dog’s jump height.  The dog must clear the jump with no knocked bars to receive full points.


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12”-15” parallel span for 22” & 26” jump heights; 10”-12” ascending span for 12” & 16” jump heights


not used in TDAA