jay7347 Posted September 21, 2006 Report Share Posted September 21, 2006 Sure could use some advice on this. I have an eighteen month old red and white, Derry, who at eleven months had a double TPO surgery. Before surgery she was in an agility class that she had a great time in. Even got an award, (class clown.) Ok, so we've gone through another obedience class and have done a lot of homework since then. In getting the surgery the doctor said future agility would probably be out but running with me was fine. After an appropriate recovery Derry and my other, much older, BC that we rescued about three months ago have been averaging about 30 miles per week. In addition she gets one or two pretty hard play sessions a day on our ranch. (Play till she sits down.) My gut is telling me to go back and ask the doc at about a year after surgery if agility might be a possibility. Derry is looking incredible on speed and cuts. I know she'll never be a serious competitor but I also know she had the time of her life doing it and just want her to have fun. So I'm looking for suggestions as to whether I'm totally out to lunch on this and need to put my idea on a leash! Did I say she's looking in great shape... TIA! -jay Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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