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Dog agility equipment - new mini contacts and mini jumps

Mini-agility equipment is versatile for the pet owner, breeder, and Doggie Day care owner.  Also can be train for the serious agility competitor.

Dog Agility competitions are seen frequently on television.

The eyes of most pet owners have seen this amazing sport and would some how like their dog to be introduced to the equipment for fun and for exercise.

The competition size equipment may be larger than the pet owner needs or wants to invest in so, many are introducing their dog to “mini” equipment.

Mini-agility equipment still provides lots of mental and physical stimulation to your dog, but without bulk of competition sized equipment. Almost all types of obstacles are made in a “mini” size.

There are mini-A-frames, mini-dog walks, mini-teeters, mini-tire jumps, mini-jumps, mini-tables, and mini-weaves.  The mini-A-frame can be in different sizes, but is often made with two, 4-foot sides, instead of two, 8-foot sides.

Mini-dog walks are often made with three, five-foot planks instead of three 12-foot planks.

Similar is the mini-teeter, made from a five-foot plank instead of a 12-foot plank.

These changes in size make shipping and delivery easier and less costly.

Mini equipment is safer for the beginner handler and dog because the equipment is lower to the ground.

Dogs and puppies can learn and use the equipment with greater ease and confidence.

In addition to pet owners, breeders, kennel owners, and dog parks are purchasing mini-agility equipment.

Breeders purchase mini equipment to stimulate their puppies mentally and physically.

Some breeders add railings to their dog-walk for added puppy protection.

Kennel and Doggie Day Care owners use the equipment to keep their clients happy and busy all day long.

Dog parks are selecting mini-equipment because it is safer to use by the untrained owner.

Competition agility owners are also selecting mini-equipment for training specific behaviors, using them as training aidsArticle Search, and for indoor training in the wintertime.

A contact trainer is a combination of a mini A-frame side attached to a pause table with a mini-dog walk plank attached to the opposite side.

Agility competitors often use this apparatus for back chaining their contact behavior.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Brad Carlson is a dog trainer at Agility by Carlson.  For more training details, visit our website at http://www.carlson-agility.com/



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