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Introduction to Dog Agility: Fun Exercises to Do With Your Dog (12-16 y/o)
In this one-time dog training course, students will be introduced to the sport of dog agility and will practice some exercises that will benefit any dog who might join the sport, or who just wants to have fun!
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13 to 16 years old section. This class is the one-time introduction to my four-week course on beginner dog agility exercises. You can opt to do the four-week course after taking this class, or take it on its own. This one-time class is a perfect introduction to the sport of agility. Students will be introduced to the sport by a short presentation, followed by specific exercises to do with their own dog. These exercises are beneficial for anyone wanting to start doing agility, or for anyone...
Students will bond with their dog through multiple exercises and trick learning. The exercises are also useful for day-to-day activities and making your dog more safe and responsive. Students will also improve their understanding of the sport of dog agility.
I train two miniature poodles in obedience, trick learning, recall training, and the sport of dog agility. Both my dogs compete in the sport of agility.
For maximum success, students should take 5-10 minutes daily to practice the exercises learned in this class.
- A dog! Age doesn’t matter. A dog can always learn new things. - Yummy treats! I typically use high-value treats like cheese, hot dogs, freeze-dried meats, cooked chicken, etc. - Their favorite toy(s). - A leash. 6 feet is typical. - A fun positive attitude! Dogs can sometimes be frustrating to work with. This makes success even more rewarding in the end!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
An adult should be around during dog training to supervise. This keeps the student and the dog safe.