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5 Best Dog Agility Jumps

Part of the agility training equipment, a dog agility jump is among the most fun ways to exercise your pooch, as well as to...

5 Best Dog Tunnels for (Agility) Exercise

Keeping your dog in peak physical and mental condition can be a time-consuming thing, especially with more energetic breeds that require hours of exercise...

TOP #74: How to Start with Dog Agility Training

In this podcast episode, Cindy Swiney of AAC explains how beginners can get started with dog agility training and get involved in the competition circle.

The Pros and Cons of Dog Agility Competition Training

Getting your pooch into dog agility competitions can be a great way for you and your pet to bond and exercise together. Agility dogs...

30 Best Agility Dogs That Are Easiest to Train for Competitions

We have all seen the commercials and TV programs with the dog and owner at the beach with a Frisbee or in the park...

Top 15 Best Dog Agility Equipment Kits

Training your dog for dog agility competitions is more in fashion today than ever before. Agility training takes a ton of time and some...

Gym in a Box for Dogs? It’s Woofonderful!

We humans are always looking for the next fitness craze to melt off those extra pounds, or at least an exercise regime that doesn't...

10 Best Sports to Do with Your Dog

Dogs love sports, maybe even more than we do, and they are quite the athletes too. It may take a little time to find the...

Agility Training For Dogs: The Ultimate Beginners Guide

Watching the clever Border Collie, Tex, win the 2015 Westminster Dog Agility Contest or the whip-quick retriever, Joy, earn the large dog agility prize...

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