If you're looking for dog agility equipment for sale,
please visit the equipment pages in the
Agility Bits Doggie Shop where you find a wide choice
available at prices to suit all pockets. Dog agility equipment can vary widely. On this page I've featured all kinds of home-made
items with easy to follow instructions. This is a great low cost way to get started and you can use up all your odd of bits timber
in the process.
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It's taking me ages and I've only done a few pages. If you're using an
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I've spent hours making different weaves with varying degrees of success. I've
also tried different methods of training over the years. If you're looking
for a weave this page might be useful to you. It includes the current
Kennel Club weaving regulations.
A full sized see-saw
It took a lot of tweaking but eventually we made a full sized
Wobble Board - An easy to make
project for dogs and puppies that need some pre training or retraining on
Build your own sturdy jump wings from bits of left over timber.
These jumps are easy to make and they're ideal for garden use.
some more simple jumps that you can make. They won't cost you a
Simple Training jump
How to make simple training jumps at very little cost. These jumps
don't have wings and are easy to make if you only have very basic carpentry
This is probably going to be the easiest garden jump
you'll ever make. The good news is you don't need any carpentry
skills. The even better news is that the jump is very cheap to make.
Jump cups are easy to make for
free. If you want to make your jump straight away
this is the page for
I made a tyre jump that would conform to the Kennel Club
regulations using a length of pipe insulation. Here's how I did it.
Make a Garden Dog walk
This 28 inch high dogwalk is ideal for gardens.
I made the whole thing including the trestles but you can use trestles bought
from somewhere like Homebase or B & Q.
Is garden sized equipment any good for training and does
it matter if you train a six pole weave rather than a twelve pole weave?
Find out here.