Agility is a fun way to keep both you and your dog fit. It gives you quality time together and strengthens your bond as you work together towards a mutual goal. It also challenges the dog physically and mentally, giving them a sense of accomplishment – especially important for working breeds .
Even though buying expensive agility equipment or attending classes is not always an option, it doesn’t mean that we can’t take advantage of daily walks to create our own agility course. Queen Elizabeth Park is one of my favourite spots – full of obstacles and fun design elements perfect for teaching new tricks.
That is a great idea, we will look out for things in our park 🙂 ( it’s nothing like your beautiful one ) Have a wonderful day xx00xx
Mollie and Alfie
What a brilliant idea! Typist has just taken her dog to agility and always says she wishes there was a way she could practice but her garden isn’t big enough! She will keep her eyes peeled!
We use fallen trees on our walks to practice ‘over.’ That is usually about as creative as I get. 🙂 Looks like Rocco is loving your challenges.