What Can You Accomplish In 5 Minutes of Dog Agility Training

When you have a young, high drive, fast dog you can actually do more for your dog by spending less time training on just one obstacle or exercise.

Pam learned this with Twix as he developed a liking to jumping off things and in doing so launched himself off the top of the a-frame.

If you have ever witnessed this event, you will agree it is something you never want to see your dog do, not even once.

With a dog like this keeping lessons short, successful and slow you can teach what needs teaching without the dog becoming so excited they loose control.

Part of successful contact training is focusing on solid contacts so in the event your dog gets excited in his work, he will stay focused on the contact, driving him down instead of off your contacts.

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