Bringing Home Puppy


Agility Rules!
September 24, 2010, 2:29 pm
Filed under: Dog Show, Dogs, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , ,

For the last 12 weeks we have been taking dog agility classes through Who’s Walking Who.  What the heck is dog agility you ask?!  It is basically the ultimate in canine sports…and quite a workout for me, I might add!   While each dog must come into agility classes with basic sit-stay knowledge, it is truly amazing watching the development of your dog in a 12 week period.  Timmy’s sit-stays have improved, as have his downs, heeling and overall confidence.   As many of you know, Timmy can be a little bit of a scaredy-dog, and has earned the nickname Skitters – for always skittering away when he’s nervous.   12 weeks ago it was difficult to picture him running through tunnels, through a blind shoot, and walking over a teeter totter, but today he is doing all of those things and more with a sense of excitement, confidence and eagerness I never imagined possible.

Last night we graduated from Level 2 Agility, and I couldn’t be happier.  Here is a few pictures from the night:

Completing the Teeter

Over the jump

Success!

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3 Comments so far
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love! i’m jealous, i wanted to have tonks do that but as son as she picks up a scent she takes off. have you considered flyball?

Comment by Clara

Yay Timmy! So glad you are enjoying agility. It is so much fun!

Comment by Amanda

YES! Couldn’t have done it without you!
We’ll be back for sure once the King Streetcar is back up and running all the way to Parliament!

Comment by Kelly O




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