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Old 06-17-2014, 11:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone recommend a good book on training agility? Just some basics to get started with?
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I got this one on my Kobo and quite like it. I also have the intermediate one and like that one as well.

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I would recommend a subscription to bowwowflix above books, personally. You can see what they are talking about to understand how to do it.
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Thanks N Smith, I have that one on my nook, I like it but was looking for more of a 'dummy' version LOL.

DJEtzel I have never heard of bowwowflix, I will check into it.

my friend and I have been playing around with it, we both have high energy rescue dogs and so far so good, Zeph has really taken to it, LOVES to jump, got the tunnel down in about 3 seconds flat, never even hesitated. We are working on A-frame, teter and poles, I think poles are going to be our hardest thing to accomplish. A frame and teter he does just fine on except he will step off the sides (right now our a-frame is some car ramps hooked together, so it is as narrow as the teter is), but we will get there
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