The German Turn is used in a S-pattern on a jump when the handler needs to switch sides. The tighter the line needed upon exit, the later the Blind Cross should be performed. The more independent your Backside Send is, the easier the German Turn will be for you to execute.
The German Turn is one of the few OneMind Dogs techniques that are not natural for most dogs. The more obstacle focused your dog is, the easier this technique will be for him.
This short course will give you an overview of a German Turn from the very basics to the point where you get to teach it to your dog.
We recommend taking the Method #2 - The OneMind Dogs Handling Elements course first to get the most out of this course!