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post #5 of (permalink) Old 01-20-2007, 12:14 AM
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Re: Agility in the 'real' world (Amaruq!)

Hmmm I did notice that you did not put a limit on this one. I am sure you will regret that!

Well before you beginning any type of training/exercise program it is very important that you stretch to help prevent injuries.

Tika doing warm-ups

We all know that handlers are usually the ones at fault for our dogs not having a perfect run. We always claim that our dogs forgive us and love us regardless of our mistakes. I am not so certain that this is true.

Tika razzing her handler

Those pesky straight dog walks are always hard to train. We start out on the low ones that are not straight to make the transition that much easier.

Tika on the pup walk

After she mastered the puppy walk we move on to the big dog walk with the additional moss and snow coverage to help on those weather ridden outdoor trials where things get slippery.

The bridge which is used in one of the non AKC trials but I get easily mixed up on which is which.

(to be continued)

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