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As dog trainers, we can think about agility in terms of three broad categories: drive and motivation, individual obstacle performance, and handling. Note that each aspect can influence the other two. In general, you need to be solid in all three areas to get the best possible runs on course. Many of the problems you will encounter in training can be traced back to a weakness in one of these three areas. To learn more, we highly recommend listening to our special four-part podcast series:

We have also taken the most common problems that people have in dog agility and categorized them below. For each category, there is a guide to our FREE content that will help you get started on fixing your problem.

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