Just like weaving, a dog’s jumping style is all his or her own. Some dogs jump with front and/or rear legs tucked or extended or any combination thereof! The important factor in a dog’s jumping ability is to each them to jump with confidence so their personal style is bold and safe.
Did you know that a dog’s style of weaving is influenced by his height, stride length, and sense of rhythm!
Happy, pretty puppies on a hike, r to l: Abby, Honey (front) and Ringo.
Welcome to Keddy’s K-9 Camp and thank you for taking a moment to check us out.
Agility has become our main training focus because it’s FUN! There is so much more to it than running your dog around a course. Our approach to agility may be a little bit different. First it is about mutual trust and respect and building a communication system that works for you and your dog. Once that is underway, the rest will fall into place.
You may get a little dirty in the beginning, (or maybe stuck in a tunnel??) your dog sure doesn’t care and they will love you all the more for it! I have seen so many “AHA” moments with clients – when a smile lights up their face and their dog’s tail is wagging, it just doesn’t get any better than that
Why not come out and give it a try, you have nothing to lose and so much to gain. I look forward to meeting you.
WARNING: Agility can be highly addictive…….why else would we go out in the rain, wind and sometimes even snow to play with our dog? Isn’t that right, Rach, Dean, Bendy……