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Early Enrichment with Obstacles
Utilising home-constructed equipment. Jane Jeter remembered this article about pre-agility training for puppies. (26/11/99)
Introducing a New Puppy to Your Agility Pack
If you want to keep competing in agility, stay up-to-date with the latest training techniques and remain in touch with all your like-minded friends, you need a fresh dog when the old one wears out. Mary Ann Nester has some suggestions for introducing a new puppy to your agility pack.  (30/01/09)
Living in an Agility Black Holes
Mike and Else Theiss live in beautiful SW Norway with their two Cairn Terriers and Flat-coated Retriever. Because they live so far out in the country, they don't have the possibility of participating in organised agility training on a regular basis, so they had to find 'alternatives.' (26/9/99)
Training Without Equipment
It's a game of praise and fun. Over the years, Maxine Bray has known a lot of people who own young dogs they eventually wanted to train for competition but who have small gardens or no agility equipment of their own or access to it. She has spent many years perfecting agility training without equipment or using the bare minimum.  (2/11/99)
Thinking About Doing Agility?
Some things people should know before they start agility. By Mary Ann Nester.  (15/11/05)
Training Yogi
Jo Sermon's trials and tribulations of training a Beardie puppy or oh no, what have I done? (12/08/99)


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