You and your dog have a unique bond, perhaps one only you share. Long gone however are the days of just simple walks and feeding being the only way to bond with your canine companion. Now there is so much more to do than 40 years ago when “man’s best friend” simply relied on having a place to call home and a family to love them. Yes, dog sports! It’s time to unleash the inner athlete in your dog, bond with them in ways you never imagined, and help them live happier, healthier lives.
No doubt you’ve seen or heard of agility in some form; there’s countless videos on the internet including chicken agility. For dogs, agility is a fun interactive sport for a dog and their handler. Agility can help your dog out by staying fit to help keep that excess weight off and you can even participate in the winter as there are often indoor classes or trials in many areas. Additionally, it helps your dog learn to focus their attention on what they’re being told the next obstacle is. Different obstacles or games can teach your dog patience, how to take commands from a distance, and coordination. Your dog can start training before they reach adulthood with the only restriction on the jumping as a Continue reading