Beginners Guide to Dog Agility
Dog agility is a sport in which dogs have to clear various obstacles big and small in minimum amount of time in order to win. As it shows, the dog who has the least recorded time wins. It is a test of how agile a dog is and it is not so easy train a dog to perform all the feats required in order to qualify, let alone win. Learning to train for agility has never been easier, with this step-by-step introduction to the sport.
Beginners guide to dog agility is a book that is apt for those amateurs and beginners who wish to take part in the sport. This is an excellent book that will give you a good idea about the basics of the sport. It includes instructions for learning each obstacle, tips on handling training challenges, guidelines for entering agility trials, information on how to build your own agility equipment, and more than 100 full color instructional photos. It offers detailed, easy-to-follow instructions on topics such as laying the foundation for agility training, how to train for the sport and what you need to know to compete in real trials. The author of the book, Laurie Leach, is a national level agility competitor. This book will not only teach you how to train your dog for the heats, but also give you instructions as well as a motivation to build the basic obstacles on your own at your home for your dog to practice.
One can easily buy this book either online or at book stores and can use it to teach their dog and prepare it for the competition. It is one of the best books available in the market for beginners in the sport of dog agility and it is recommended by most of the people who actually take part in this sport.