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  • #104841

    nope knowhere nearer  🙁

    don’t doggies turn just as quick in agility?

    #104842

    agility can be more controlled (if dog is trained correctly) but you are right, accidents still happen in agility as well, so its just one of thoses things  :-\ pros and cons to everything! :-\

    #104843

    i was just thinking to the agility i watched at crufts and there were some very speedy dogs out there, but i  guess there are risks in everything  ::)

    #104844

    yep indeedy  ::)

    #104845
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    hi,

    yep i am and there are a couple of good flyball teams worth a watch round here 🙂

    and also – if ur local, where do you train as i’d love an agility class !

    zer – yep u right, i was thinking that in agility the dog is more “in control” of how it turns/moves whereas in flyball it only has tight turns and dogs are trained to turn one way onto the ball (as far as i have seen) om BFA which surely must affect their development/stance – i cant believe it doesnt having seen how many runs some ppl make their dogs do a day all weekend at comps ? 

    claire x

    #104846

    do u no any places that do tracking then in northants area? 🙂

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