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In this podcast, we discuss the use of verbal cues in agility including some pros and cons.

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This is a mid-year ranking, the end of year ranking will be limited to dogs with at least 5 runs in Standard and 5 runs in Jumpers With Weaves. Learn more about the Power 60 and the PowerScore. SELECT JUMP HEIGHT: 8″ Class, 12″ Class, 16″ Class, 20″ Class, 24″ Class, 26″ Class 8″ Class

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This is a mid-year ranking, the end of year ranking will be limited to dogs with at least 5 runs in Standard and 5 runs in Jumpers With Weaves. Learn more about the Power 60 and the PowerScore. SELECT JUMP HEIGHT: 4″ Class, 8″ Class, 12″ Class, 16″ Class, 20″ Class 4″ Preferred Class  

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This is a mid-year ranking, the end of year ranking will be limited to dogs with at least 5 runs in Standard and 5 runs in Jumpers With Weaves. Learn more about the Power 60 and the PowerScore. SELECT JUMP HEIGHT: 8″ Class, 12″ Class, 16″ Class, 20″ Class, 24″ Class, 26″ Class 8″ Class

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September 30, 2014
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This is a mid-year ranking, the end of year ranking will be limited to dogs with at least 5 runs in Standard and 5 runs in Jumpers With Weaves. Learn more about the Power 60 and the PowerScore. SELECT JUMP HEIGHT: 4″ Class, 8″ Class, 12″ Class, 16″ Class, 20″ Class 4″ Preferred Class  

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