Competitive Agility Training

The most important aspect to any agility training starts with foundation.  Dogs of all ages start to learn about various obstacles, cues, body language, etc without actually having obstacles at full height.  Every dog learns at their own pace and I cater to the pace of both dog and owner.  People new to the sport learn a wide variety of handling skills which enables the dog to understand what is expected of them.  Not all dogs who do foundation training go on to compete.  Many techniques employed is based on One Mind concept training.  Use of food, toys, some clicker and lots of praise enables the dogs to have a love for wanting to do Agility.  Homework is given weekly for the first few weeks.  The rest is built up each week at our lessons.

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