Teaching the Dog Agility Pause Table Pt 3

In part three of Purina’s series on teaching the pause table, they cover how to polish your performance for competition.

Remember, in all your training to only move forward with any changes of difficultly when your dog is comfortable with the current level.

And as your dog becomes proficient with the table performance you need to proof them by adding different obstacles before and after the table.

Some feel it is best to NOT practice at your competition height all the time to save your dog’s hips and shoulders.

Also, be certain your table has a nonslip surface so your dog does not loose confidence in landing the table with some speed. Check out Affordable Agility’s Pampered Paws Resurfacing if your table needs traction.

If you got some ideas on finishing your dog’s performance of the table and getting them ready for competition, be sure to LIKE and SHARE it with others.