In this episode (24:58)
In this podcast, we discuss how the sport of dog agility involves much more than just handling. This is the first in a series of four podcasts targeting beginner agility handlers (and the instructors who coach them).
- Our previous podcast: Episode 63: A Newcomer’s Guide to Handling Systems
- Episode 117: Drive for Agility (Three Aspects of Agility Training Part 2)
Thank You for Listening!
Thanks so much for joining us this week.
If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends on social media.
To get Bad Dog Agility podcasts sent directly to your device as they become available, you can subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher. Or even better, download the FREE Bad Dog Agility Podcast Mobile App, now available for both iOS and Android.
Also, we greatly appreciate reading your reviews on iTunes--we read each one, and they motivate us to help you!
Happy training and thank you for helping us reach over 750,000 podcast downloads!
Dog agility is a demanding sport and can be difficult on the body, both the dog’s and the human’s! Back on Track specializes in dog blankets, beds and wraps that keep muscles warm and reduce the pain in joints. If you’ve got a nagging knee, calf, or ankle injury, Back on Track’s human products can help get you back in the ring.