Category Archives: tunnel

Training

I won’t make any comments like “I’m back to blogging” or “Long time no blog”.  I’ll jinx myself if I do, and won’t be back for another year.  No, I’ll go directly to what I want to talk about.  How … Continue reading

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Much, much more than just a fun match

A friend of mine contacted me at the beginning of the week, letting me know that there was a fun match in Orléans today.  I hadn’t planned on attending, but since I had to cancel last week’s fun match, I … Continue reading

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A-Frames, chutes, and more

First real agility lesson Fannie had her first real lesson yesterday morning at GC.   What fun!  Our lesson included tunnels, rear-end awareness stuff (ladder and ladder-style), the bang-game, plank work, and chute. What we learned: We’re still weary of dark … Continue reading

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ZZzzzzzzzzz

Yes, that’s all I’m hearing right now.  We had a busy weekend, and the keyz are now resting.  Saturday morning – Flyball I hadn’t been to flyball for several months, and I was curious to see how Jasmine would perform.  … Continue reading

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A fun match of firsts

After two trials in less than 4 weeks, it was time for Jasmine to have a fun match.  No pressure, no max time, no refusals, just fun.   Today’s match was being held at a great facility, with great people, and great atmosphere.  … Continue reading

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Fannie’s beginnings

In my house, a day off = a day of agility.  I did some housecleaning in the morning, but left for the agility field at lunch.  Jasmine I worked on some contacts on the dogwalk as well as some distance … Continue reading

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