Shawna Posted June 15, 2004 Report Share Posted June 15, 2004 We just started agility again. I've only taken one full set of classes before and half a set the last time(the dogs came down with some weird catchy, sneezy thing and we had to quit). This is the third set of classes for me and the third instructor. Being a secluded kind of area none of these women have done extensive agility classes themselves or have competed and have been quite up front about letting me know they aren't experts. That said here is the problem - my first instructor was always telling me to make the dog I had at the time go very slow. She said speeding her up later would be easy. Now I'm being told with Darcy to let her go as fast as she wants and worry about fine tuning later. So who is right? I myself think that slow and steady, building up speed later is more the way to go but then I don't know a thing about agility! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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