Well, here it is, the teeter fly-off of the year at my club's trials over the weekend. The teeter is the third obstacle from the end, right after the weaves.
Phoenix barely tipped the board, just launched and sailed right over the end. Actually, he launched from the mid-point of the teeter and jumped half the length of the board before going totally airborne. Obviously he didn't even touch the down contact, although I believe he was hovering in yellow airspace. I honestly think he thought he was doing the dog walk and was leaping up onto the crosswalk board, only it wasn't there.
Glad you got this on video, Michele! (Turn up the volume, her comments on video-ing with my iPhone are funny, too.) I guess it was fairly spectacular for the folks sitting ring side who got an up-close view. Maybe it's true, malinois ARE made of steel belted radials and industrial springs.
Not exactly the teeter performance I'd care to have my dog repeat but no one got hurt and the following day he did a lovely job of controlling the board to the ground. I was ready to do some teeter management when we got there but he handled it all himself. Good boy.