Bullet87 Posted February 22, 2012 Report Share Posted February 22, 2012 As a former flyball participant, I know the danger of addicting dog sports, yet I think I may try agility! Perhaps I'm crazy, but I need something to do with my second dog as he does not participate in herding. The only thing I'm concerned about is the lack of equipment at home to practice with. We have a very small yard, and it would be virtually impossible to set anything up other that maybe one jump and a few weave poles. Plus the equipment seems to be very expensive! The facility I would go to offers the classes once a week. I am not looking to compete, mainly I want to use it as a way to keep my dog in better shape and more mentally stimulated. Will lack of at home practice equipment really make that much of a difference for a beginner dog? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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