This question is often asked by people who would love to try some agility with their dogs. Here's an FAQ page that will help beginners to get started and have some fun in this great sport of ours.
This is my new web page on getting rid of the excesses. It's dead simple and I've shed loads.
A lot of us get fat as we get older. Here's how I've managed to lose some weight so that I can keep up with my agility dogs.
The new dog agility game that has come over from America. Find out how to make a hoop and see a short video of a hoopers dog.
Four things to do when you're old and overweight and you think the courses are too fast for you. Honestly they're not.
Sasha and Jilly have discovered great fun activity using the dog's natural athleticism to negotiate natural and man made obstacles.
Jilly was spayed in April and I found some interesting bits on the internet that I thought would be good to share.
Jilly has her own little training blog where I'll record her progress from puppy to competition.
My head has been in puppy land for a while. If you can bear to look at something adorable have a look at the puppies page. Bound to make you broody.
This ebook by Ian Dunbar is aimed at people who have puppies, however, there is a lot in it that will help you to understand positive training. There is a particularly interesting section on page 123 about training on walks. Ian Dunbar claims that you can mend your dog's ways on a single walk. Read on.
This is a wonderfully easy cake to make and the dogs love it. You can freeze it.
Although it refers to Wag It Games this document could be a great help to agility people. I know Wag It Games has really helped us to focus in the ring
This is the story of a serial wait breaker. It started with a few broken waits then a trail of broken waits and finally absolutely no wait at all.
Are you stuck for a name for your dog? Our visitors have suggested loads of names which will give you some good ideas.
Weaving is one of the most difficult things to teach a dog. Here's Sasha learning the V-weaves and then the upright poles.
Would your pet dog enjoy some simple agility? You don't have to compete or go to training classes to have some fun in the garden.
Are you stuck for a little bit of land to set up some jumps? Here's some ideas that might help.
This syndrome has also been called exercise induced hyperthermia (EIH), or exercise induced collapse. Sasha has suffered several incidences but with the vet's advice she has coped well.
Camping tip of the year lol. How to fold socks and save space.
There's nothing like a bit of variety to keep a working dog happy and so Sasha is learning to herd gym balls. This new sport is known as treibball. Jamie isn't impressed but Sasha's having fun.