Agility – Team – Small Final – Crufts 2012

Agility – Team – Small Final – Crufts 2012.
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Victoria State Trail 2012 TOP DOG AGILITY State Agility Champion.

Dog Tricks and Agility For Dummies

Dog Tricks and Agility For Dummies

The fun and easy way to teach a dog new tricksDog Tricks & Agility For Dummies (previously titled Dog Tricks For Dummies) makes trick and agility training fun for both you and your dog. You will learn to teach simple tricks, like tail wagging or barking on command to more complex tricks like fetching keys, your dog’s dinner bowl, or the laundry. This hands-on guide provides the lowdown on the coolest dog tricks and offers expanded coverage on infusing the thrill of agility (whether for fun or co

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Problems with agility?

Question by Chaos *DELETED ADD NEW PROFILE*: Problems with agility?
So I have a 14 week old Border/Aussie mix.
The reason I got him is because I love to be active, I love going for walks, taking my dogs to the park to play fetch, and have always been fascinated with agility.
But I could only find an agility trainer close to me that does agility but it’s UKC and I could not find an AKC trainer near me.
Here is the page: http://www.paws2train.com/
So a couple Q’s.
I was excited to see that the course for agility was only $ 85.00, but that also concerns me about the trainer, do you think that means there’s something wrong?
It says “These 8-week courses are based on UKC Agility” does that mean I will be able to compete in UKC trials?
Whats the difference between UCK and AKC in agility?
Any answers to the above Q’s will be greatly appreciated.

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Answer by *WAS due 11/29… He’s here!
Not sure how UKC works, but you won’t be able to do AKC trials with a mutt… but regardless, do it for the sheer fun, because it is! As far as the price goes, have you looked into other local instructors and seen their pricing? Is it comparable? Look up on Yahoo the “locals” section for businesses and see if you can find reviews for the class you are looking into…

Good luck and have fun! :)

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Question by That Guy Drew: My dog is not purebred. Can I still enter her into agility competitions?
I have a two-year-old Boxer mix (3/4 Boxer, 1/4 AmStaff), and I’ve recently started to train her on our own little homemade “agility course.” It all started because I noticed that she seems to love racing across the top of a line of big, round hay bales, jumping from bale to bale as fast as she can. I decided I would see how well she could hurdle sawhorses, crawl through makeshift tunnels, climb up and down narrow little homemade ramps, etc, and she does really well at it. We both have a blast doing this stuff, and the neighbor’s kids love to watch. Besides that, it’s a great way for me to run off some of her extra energy, while also training her to be a more obedient dog (not that I’ve ever had any real issues with disobedience). We’ll keep doing this stuff at home, regardless of whether or not my dog can compete. But, still, are there any organizations that will accept mixed dogs in agility competions? I’m mostly just curious to see how well she does compared to other dogs. Thanks, and have a great day.

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Answer by Jordans Mom
yes, agility has nothing to do with breed.
Good luck

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Seventh-grader to hold dog agility training camp for kids

Seventh-grader to hold dog agility training camp for kids
Tryssa de Ruyter of Simi Valley has always loved dogs and grew up with Dalmatians as family pets. The seventh-grader at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village has discovered that dogs can be more than just fun pets — they can be great competitive athletes when properly trained. And sometimes they can earn you money.
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