BooRoo Agility Updates Web Site

(PRWEB) July 9, 2005

BooRoo Agility, a Illinois based company, launched its new Web site April 1st. The site runs on a full content management system allowing ease of updates. Since then BooRoo Agility has made numerous improvements to better meet the needs of shoppers. With the new easy to use format is a great resource for those intersted in Dog Agility and dog agility equipment.

BooRoo Agility specializes in making quality, affordable agility equipment for all agility venues. Products can be shipped worldwide. The BooRoo Agility website carries their full line of agility equipment. Including Jumps, weave poles, and all contact equipment including the AFrame, Teeter, Dog Walk and Table.

Added additions to the website include new competition quality products, an about us page, a new page for our trial schedule and a new linkshare program.

Related companies will now be able to participate in the linkshare program by placing a link on their site to the BooRoo Agility site. BooRoo Agility will then place a link back to the company’s site. This will enable shoppers to more quickly link between content they are interested in.

Dog Agility is a fast growing sport where a handler (usually the dog’s owner) and the dog navigate a course of obstacles. Emphasis is put on speed and accuracy. In most agility venues, both purebred and mixed breed dogs can compete. This can be both a recreational and competitive sport. Because of the knowledge/experience required, many competitors purchase equipment for their backyards. BooRoo specializes in making equipment that is affordable for backyard use, as well as equipment that will withstand the use of competition.

For more information on dog agility in general, visit one of the following Web sites:

For more information on BooRoo Agility, please visit our website at


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