Dog-Agility Course For Beginners

Looking to spruce up your dog park? Consider adding a dog-agility course. There are many options in creating one, and you don’t need to spend a ton of money. “A dog-agility course consists of a variety of obstacles that are loosely based on horse-agility obstacles,” says Heather Smith, public-relations and communications manager with the United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA). “Using some of the same obstacles, you can make a simple course for novices to enjoy.” For safety, obstacle heights …


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