Great Warm-up Routine for Your Agility Dog

Just like any athlete, your dog needs both physical and mental warm up at a trial and even before practice to avoid injury.

Cold muscles and tight tendons and ligaments will strain and tire faster than warm muscles and loosened tendons and ligaments.

Linnea Hakes and her awesome Border Collie, Pearl show you their “pre-race warm-up” that gets them ready to compete.

Notice how they do a pre warm-up before doing stretches. You can do massage before stretching as well.

The point is that the blood is flowing to through the body and the tendons and ligaments are flexible to avoid injury during stretches.

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