Saturday, October 27, 2007

Agility Practise

Here are some video updates. We have some long as well as short practises and of course learning from another Agility Guru, Olga. This is all for the fun and a great learning experience. The dogs are happy playing Agility again after a week's long break. Once they see the Agility Equipment they are up and going barking their heads off there is no stopping them, this proves one thing Dog Agility is a Universal Language.

USDAA has put up some updates on the Cynosport Games as well as our run schedules online. Go see if you can spot our dog's as well as our names. he he. We will get to see Susan Garrett first hand in action at the Championship with her dogs as well as other great Agility Trainers.

There will be over 1000 competitors participating with 6 rings build up for Agility. There will also be Flyball, Dock Jumping, Canine Freestyle, Herding and Rally O. Lots of Vendors are setting up stores there lots of things to see and do even if you are not competing. So if you happen to be about in USA take a flight down to Pheonix, the temperatures are predicting to be lower from next Wednesday which is good news for all.

We have just arrived into Scottsdale after a long 6.5 hr drive in our rented SUV. We made 3 pit stops in between and saw many interesting desert sceneries. Couple of aweful road kills on the ground "groused out!" Lots of big trucks travelling on the roads between California and Arizona.

Apologies have difficulty downloading videos in this blog. More of our practice videos can be seen at www.youtube.com/pups.

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