In this episode (21:41)
In this episode, Sarah and Esteban explore how a minimalist approach to dog agility training can protect people from feeling overwhelmed–especially if they have a dog new to agility.
You Will Learn
- Why Esteban thinks he’s an agility minimalist.
- How minimalism can protect you from feeling overwhelmed with your new dog.
- How to identify the essential skills and behaviors needed for the minimalist approach.
- Proper traffic etiquette.
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