What's Your Angle?
Dogwise Publishing, Nov 24, 2012
What's Your Angle is made up of two parts: The first part consists of the author's six step method that teaches the reader how to easily see canine angles. This unique method takes the reader through a step by step process to identify and mark each important point on the dog. This will help train the reader's eyes to see the angles. With practice, this process will become second nature, as will the ability to analyze canine structure at a glance. The second part of What's Your Angle explains what the angles mean and how they singularly and in combination, affect the way a dog moves, jumps, turns and accelerates. Whether you want to know more about structure before you start a search for your next dog, or just want to know more about the dog you have now, What's Your Angle will open your eyes to a whole new world of seeing structure for the performance dog.
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