The Internationalization of Agility

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Feisty- Girl
Barked: Thu Mar 14, '13 9:49am PST 
From the Dog Agility Blog Events.

Interesting reading, with some pretty varied opinions. It did inspire me to (attempt) practicing Ketschker turns. laugh out loud
Maggie,- Tika, &- Porter

Aussie-tastic- Trio
Barked: Thu Mar 14, '13 10:37pm PST 
I love a highly technical course that requires lots of handling...in practice lol! It makes it so much easier when I see a few tricky components on a course. I do have a trainer that isn't afraid to push us to try difficult things and add to our bag of useful handling. I also like letting my dog run hard and run fast with confidence to work out in front of me. I guess I enjoy what the numerous venues have to offer to me and can do almost anything I want to try course-wise. Tika is titled in two venues and will probably have two more within the next year...and that is avoiding the popular venue in the area!

I had been doing accidental Ketchkers for awhile, I just did them because they worked!
MACH4 PACH2- Aslan

Barked: Thu Apr 18, '13 2:56pm PST 
Internationalization? Bring it!!! I've been teaching my students on international courses for a while now.

Alva BH

I ordered the- best dog for me- & got her
Barked: Tue Aug 27, '13 11:55am PST 
Old topic, I know, but can't help myself.

I was wondering why AKC agility looked so different to ours. Here is an explanation.