Building Drive and Speed in Dog Agility

Here Pam is working with her dog, Twix, when he was still a puppy showing you exercises to build drive and speed.

She also shows you the difference made with a few simple adjustments to her energy level when sending the pup out.

The more energy you feed into the dog the more energy the dog expends.

So if you are a timid person and you have a low drive dog, you have your work cut out for you.

You have to break out of your comfort zone, forget about what others think and do whatever it takes to amp up your dog.

If you start with your dog early on you have the benefit of puppy play drive to help.

For older dogs you may need to do a lot of experimentation with different treats and toys as well as your own “antics” until you find something that drives them crazy.

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