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Agility training for dogs

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. Finally the spring is here! I am so excited! I also have some good news: if everything goes as planned, Vola can start to train agility soon! His leg has recovered very nicely and now we are just…

. Finally the spring is here! I am so excited! I also have some good news: if everything goes as planned, Vola can start to train agility soon! His leg has recovered very nicely and now we are just…

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How To: DIY Agility Dog Walk | TheDogBlog - YouTube

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More Two Jump Workouts

Here’s a second two jump exercise to test your handling and your dog’s jumping (click here for our original two jump exercise). The perpendicular jumps did result in a few more knocked bars initially as they created more sliced approaches, often with pressure. I ended up with a 9 obstacle sequence that uses only 2Click here to read the full article →

Happy new year, everyone!!! LD (for those new to the blog, my fiance the lovable dork) had the brilliant idea of making agility equipment today for Tasha. Because of her cattle dog high activity le…

Happy new year, everyone!!! LD (for those new to the blog, my fiance the lovable dork) had the brilliant idea of making agility equipment today for Tasha. Because of her cattle dog high activity le…

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It’s no secret: dogs and cats love food and seem especially interested in whatever they see us eating. For many of us, our pets are family, and that’s why knowing which foods they can and can’t eat is extremely important. According to the ASPCA, both cats and dogs suffer accidental ingestion of harmful things around the home. When they do, nearly 60% of the accidents result in emergency room visits to the vet and the bills can escalate into 1000s of dollars! Keep it posted on your…