Your First Agility Show - A Survival Guide
by Sally Rowe
Want to start competing in agility? Compete already but find all the rules confusing?
'Your First Agility Show' is a perfect beginners guide to anyone thinking of entering the world of competitive agility. An excellent 28 page booklet with rules / regulations and general advice to help you survive agility shows.
Steve Croxford (Manager of the KC British Agility Team) thinks the book is "an excellent comprehensive guide to anyone interested in agility" and "makes entering your first and subsequent shows a doddle".
Tony Griffin (Chairman of the KC Agility Council) says: "This book gives the reader the complete answer to what goes on at an Agility Show".
Contents include: - Class definitions (Dog sizes / Show types / Class levels) - Class types (Standard classes / Special classes) - The obstacles (Hurdle / Rising spread jump / Hoop (tyre) /Wishing well / Long jump / Weaving poles /Pipe tunnel / Collapsible tunnel /Table /Pause box /'A' frame /See-saw /Dog walk) - Faulting - How to enter a show (Are you ready yet? / Getting the schedule /What's in a schedule /Filling in the schedule) - What to do at the show.
About the author
Dog Trainer and Behaviourist, Sally Rowe, first started agility at the age of 15. Three years later she had been awarded the Agility Club Instructors' Award and was writing books on the subject!
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