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Pictures of interesting breeds in Agility
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-07-17 15:53:09
  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    Those are some amazing shots :)
    Thank you for sharing them!
  • Koji's momKoji's mom
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    Thanks for posting - so awesome!
  • philly_ypphilly_yp
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  • BootzBootz
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    Thanks for posting :) Those are some amazing shots.

    Just out of curiousity, does your companion have to be purebred to be able to participate in agility? I'm interesting in enrolling Jackie into agility in the future, if possible.
  • curlytailscurlytails
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  • sandrat888sandrat888
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  • BootzBootz
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    @sandrat888,

    Thanks for the information. Seeing you and Koji do agility makes me interested in doing agility with Jackie. Of course Bootz is out of the picture cause her shiba attitude of "whats in it for me?" and also she would be too distracted by the other dogs.

    FIRST OFF - Time to train jackie to be less vocal! :)
  • ShintalverShintalver
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    Watching agility is so much fun :-) I've never seen a shiba run in person, but the most fun breed to watch was a bulldog...he was in no hurry lol, but was havin fun. I think the frenchie might of been a boston terrier, but I've seen some of both that could have passed for either :-)
  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    How old do the dogs and handler have to be, or are there no restriction to age?
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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  • ShintalverShintalver
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    I grew up with bostons, so I'm always excited to see them, frenchie's I think of as an adorable cousin to dogs I grew up with :-D But I usually go to the dog show here in denver every year and love spending hours just watching the different dogs go thru! Some of the times they get are amazing! I'm definitely biased, but I think a very well trained shiba would blow them away ;-)
  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    Thank you Sandra! I was thinking of enrolling Kuma to beginner agility classes as soon a he passes STAR puppy. Then try for CGC shortly after. Ah the busy life of shiba owners :)
    I can't wait! Haha thank you again
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    Yea, I was trying to see when the one in San Diego will be held, but can't find it now... I thought it was Saturday morning

    Edit, never mind I found it, I'll take the family to watch the event. :D
    Can't wait to see how Kuma will react!
    Post edited by kumaDUDE at 2012-07-17 00:10:06
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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  • catloreecatloree
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  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    Sandra, I'm goin to the agility run next weekend, would you mind if I added some photos on here?
    I wish Kuma and I could start training for this, but I think basic training and CGC should come as a priority.
    Post edited by kumaDUDE at 2012-07-18 11:55:04
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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    Post edited by sandrat888 at 2012-07-19 01:34:06
  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    Yes, the AKC event next week is the one I will be going to.
  • aykayk
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    @kumaDUDE - Are you going to the CPE trial in Lake Wolford area?
  • kumaDUDEkumaDUDE
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    I will be at Liberty Station NTC Park in San Dieo, CA.
    Never been there before, but I know it's near the San Diego Airport.
    Post edited by kumaDUDE at 2012-07-19 01:05:37
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