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I like the fact that the ball cup is designed so that the height of the board off the ground can be increased or decreased by simply using a different size ball.
As a busy trainer, I found the Board easy to transport. It fit easily into my vehicle and is usable indoors and out.
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Price: £35.00 (excl VAT) + delivery
Value for Money: Yes. Even if you could obtain the same quality materials for less, you have to take into account time and labour. I feel it is good value.
Overall rating: 9/10 – You can use it to start your next agility dog off on learning contacts, but I bought it because it brings an element of FUN to classes.
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About the Reviewer...
Her first competitive agility dog was a GSD. She added a Miniature Poodle to her agility family just as the new Mediums came in. Used to jumping 2ft 6inches, he thought the lower jump height was a waste of time! Then she obtained her first Border Collie called Bosworth (Touchango Supanova). Together they made Seniors in agility, UD in working Trials and are halfway through Novice in Obedience. They competed at a special 'Superdog' event at Brentwood with Boz, and travelled from Aberdeen to Jersey seeking new agility experiences. Angela is probably best known for her agility handling style. Having been a severe asthmatic all her life, she teaches distance agility to all her dogs, handling as if they were right next to her.
Angela started instructing at clubs and was one of the first people to take a KC judging test.
Now, she is self-employed and mixes dog training and professional cleaning for work. She started running her own classes at Angela's Canine Academy in general obedience and agility five years ago in the Eastbourne area. She has also helped to set up agility clubs in the past and is a founder member of MAADH (Mixed Ability Agility Dogs and Handlers). This is a support for agility competitors from this country to enter the Mixed Breed and Disabled Handlers International Agility competition. They run agility events in the southeast.
Angela has recently become involved in promoting the new obedience style called Rally, and will be holding the first Rally trial in Sussex in August 2011.
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