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To Cross or Not To Cross: The Front and Rear Cross

When first getting into dog agility the subject of crosses may not come up, but as you progress and your team becomes more fluid you will be looking for ways to make your runs cleaner, faster and more efficient.  Once

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Active vs. Reactive Agility Dog Handler

There is a lot of talk on the subject of barking dogs on or near the agility field and while the outdoors competitions aren’t so bad, a noisy dog indoors can be quite distracting.  You can type in “barking on

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Avoid Tire Jump Obstacle Crashes

There isn’t much out there on the teaching of the tire obstacle and you are left to assume that is because it is treated as a jump.  However, from the dog’s eye view the tire is a wholly different obstacle

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