Tips On Getting Started In 🐶 Dog Agility Training

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Getting your dog in top shape and keeping them there, is not only a great new hobby, but excellent for your health as well.

When getting into the agility training, you’ll find that you make hundreds of new friends for both you and your dog, and you’ll each get a good workout while forming an excellent lifelong bond.

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There are a few tips that you need to know in order to get started, let’s take a look now.

One of the first steps for both of you is to make sure the that you are healthy enough to get started with some strenuous exercise.

If you both have been hanging around the house watching TV together for years, you’ll want to start gradually with agility training, so that neither of you experiences the pain of sprains and pulled muscles.

If you have any doubts, take your dog to the vet and have him checked over, and do the same for yourself as well.

Another excellent tip is to check online and see if there any dog agility clubs near where you live. Starting and continuing with an agility training routine is often difficult to do completely on your own.

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By joining a club you will most definitely make friends with other like-minded people and their dogs, that will keep you the emotionally supported, plus all the helpful tips that they’ll provide you on your journey.

A decision that you need to make, is whether or not you’re going to go into competition or you just want to spend more time with your dog while getting in shape.

If you have decided to be competitive, then there is some equipment that you’ll want to buy in order to practice in your own backyard. Some beginning pieces of equipment to go with are the dog tunnel, weave poles, and a teeter totter.

There are also many things around the house and in your garden, that can be used as well. Having your dog walk along a short garden wall, or jump over a small string that is stretched between two poles, walk along fallen logs or jump through tires can all be effectively used in agility training.

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