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Dog nail clippers can be a sore subject for both dogs and humans. So how do you choose the clippers best for you?
Having a dog first aid kit can be just as important as having first aid supplies for your human family members.
Dog scent training lets you combine natural inclination with structured nosework to take it to the next level.
Provided dog training collars are used properly, they can be a very useful tool without being abusive.
Private dog training can be great for owners who feel their dog isn't progressing in standard training classes.
The term dog camp suggests a step up from a standard kennel but there is much more to the term than meets the eye.
Dock diving, also known as dock jumping, is a sport that involves a dog jumping from the end of a dock into a body of water to retrieve a toy.
Lure coursing is a competitive sport in which dogs chase a lure across a field, simulating a live course or hunt.
Dog agility competition can be an exciting experience and a great way to show off everything you have learned.
A dog agility course can take on many different shapes and patterns and no two courses are ever exactly the same.
Using pain meds for dogs may not seem dangerous, but many of the common pain relievers can be harmful to dogs.
The pause table is not the most glamorous piece of agility equipment, but it is a vital part of agility training.
The dog agility A-frame is the biggest of the agility obstacles. It is one of a set of obstacles called contacts.
Share your dog agility training stories and photos, and read all about the experiences of other dog agility fans.
A dog agility seesaw or teeter, is commonly used in competitions. It is one of the pieces known as a contact.
My 2 year Aussie, Sadie, and I practice agility in more practical situations outside the training course.
My 7 year old American Cocker Spaniel and I just started agility this past year (along with Obedience and Showmanship). We'd never done it before so it
Jump cups are an essential part of any style of dog agility training bar jump, but one that is often overlooked.
A dog agility training kit is an essential part of agility training and before buying you should do your homework.
Cheap dog agility equipment is something you might want to consider if you're thinking of trying agility training.
Dog agility supplies are a necessary part of the routine and preparation when it comes to agility competition.
Canine freestyle, also called musical freestyle, or freestyle dance takes obedience training to a new level of fun.
Skijoring is a fast growing winter dog sport with a person on cross country skis being pulled by one to three dogs.
A beginners guide to dog agility is the perfect place to start your training to get the basic information you need.
Treibball is one of the newer dog sports developed within the last decade, but it is gaining quickly in popularity.
Dog frisbee is a popular dog sport, everyone can enjoy. All you need is a dog, a disc, and a large open space.
Flyball features teams of dogs in a relay race and is one of the most exciting and competitive of all dog sports.
Arthritis in dogs is a common, but often misunderstood, condition. Millions of pets have some form of arthritis.
Elbow Dysplasia can severely affect your dog's ability to do agility. What you need to know to protect your dog.
Joining a dog agility club is a great way to take your training to the next level and meet other dog agility fans.
Building dog agility equipment yourself may be the perfect solution as purchasing obstacles can be quite expensive.
Canine hip dysplasia can affect a dog’s ability to walk or run properly, so it can be an issue in agility training.
Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC) is a condition that can be common among dogs that participate in agility training.
Where to find used dog agility equipment? You can get deals on used equipment but there are things to look out for.
Agility dog training is all about building a bond between dog and owner, developing communication, and having fun.
Agility training for dogs is a great form of exercise and a great way to build communication between dog and owner.
A dog agility video can be very useful for handlers. Watch your own, instructional, as well as competition videos.
There are agility trials all over the country at all levels you can join for dog agility competition and fun.
Positive dog training is a much misunderstood concept. So what exactly does the positive approach entail?
Agility classes can be the perfect way for both you and your dog to get the hang of working a dog agility course.
Dog Agility Equipment Plans are available online, in agility training books, and in how-to videos.
The tire jump is one of the most recognizable pieces of dog agility equipment but you need to keep your dog safe.
A dog agility tunnel is one of the more challenging and fun obstacles that you will find on any course.
Indoor Dog Agility Equipment can include the same pieces, only fewer of them, or using household items creatively.
An inexpensive dog agility set made of items you already have around the house can get you started with dog agility training.
Dog agility jumps are a fan favorite obstacle used in agility training and competition, but how do you get started?
A dog agility starter kit is a great way to introduce you and your dog to the exciting world of agility training.
Weave poles are one of the most popular obstacles and are one of the more challenging parts of agility training.
Dog Sports and Agility go hand in hand. Skills that you get with training can be improved with different sports.