Monthly Archives: March 2009

How to get more speed and drive in your agility dog

Depending on your dog of course, one of the common challenges in agility training is motivating an unmotivated dog. I think one of the problems that we as humans have in our relationships with dogs, is that we don’t know

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The best method for training the weave poles

As you know, weave poles can be the most challenging obstacle for your dog to learn. What is the best way to teach them? What are trainers recommending? I myself trained my dog the ‘old-fashioned’ way, with the poles simply

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Don’t let your dog stop and smell these flowers!

Did you know that some of spring’s most beautiful flowers are toxic (even deadly) to dogs? lists 10 of the most poisonous plants. Topping the list are daffodils, hyacinths, azaleas, and the Japanese yew (the red berries and plant).

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