Obstacle Course

The sport of canine agility requires mental and

physical work by both handler and dog.


In agility training, the handler takes the lead and

directs the dog through a course by always using

hand signals, body language and voice commands.


The dogs encounter obstacles such as a metal bed,

steps, tunnels, jumps, a dog walk, an A-frame

and a seesaw.


This work establishes the leadership of the

handler as well as a bond with the dog, but

still remains fun, fun, fun!


Care should be taken not to JUMP dogs younger

than 12 months.