10 Tips for Dog Agility Training

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Are you a born athlete, would you like to be more athletic or do you just want a unique bonding experience with your dog? Just like your dog you need to be aware and honest about your likes, dislikes and abilities as well as any of physical difficulties. Agility can be a high-paced running sport for handlers as well as dogs, but if running is not something you can or want to do, find a group or teacher who can instruct you in the art of agility distance control. This means your dog does the running and you basically stay put while still being the navigator.

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