In this episode (29:33)
We discuss the possibility that advances in handling have made the sport too dependent on other factors like dog speed and turning ability.
- our previous podcast: Episode 42: The Internet, Dog Agility, and You
- our previous podcast: Episode 71: FCI Agility World Championship Wrap-Up
- Announcing the 2015 AKC National Agility Championship Prep Course!
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