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  1. #11
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    What a awesome dog, thanks for the videos.

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    Ive sent this to my son, who would do parcourt as a late teenager. (the worst hobby your teenage son can have according to this mum!)

    Now has his first dog.
    Ive sent him the challenge of how far can he get his dog on this.

    Dog is currently 12 weeks of age lol

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    It's like feral dog agility. It would be a good idea to follow general dog agility rules on this - ie no serious jumping - especially landing from a height until his bones are done growing (12 months old) - or the vet bills will be scary. My brothers SBT broke a leg jumping off something.

    Now can that Tret dog do weaves?
    Purina 60 Weave Pole Challenge - YouTube
    tho it's arguable that 60 poles (instead of the usual 12 poles) is very hard on a dog too.

    AAC Nationals 2012 Dog Agility Susan Garrett & Feature sgda - YouTube

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    That's the coolest dog i've ever seen.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    Sorry guys, my post was in jest.
    there is of course, age related skeletal development to take into account. A pup should not be doing agility till generally a yr old.

    (unfortunately, bernie never read those articles about being too young to jump/climb/run/bounce)

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    What a mad dog! I love it. God putting the dog treats up high out of reach wouldn't work in his house lol.
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
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    bernie

    if he wants to do there are plenty of "foundation" skills for puppies to learn. Like they have a back end and how to use it (other than the usual).

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    Well the dog is doing what his owners (?) are doing....they all seem to have a lot of fun together
    Pets are forever

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    Loved the video - seeing such a very well trained pup and owner having an absolute ball !!!!!!!

    The trouble with videos like this - we only see the end result - and not the before stuff that requires heaps and heaps of training of the pup - to get it to this stage !!!!!!!!!

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