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Agility Pug

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Age for agility

Started by Betsy McFadden Mar 10, 2011. 0 Replies

Your pup should be at least 15 months old. But if you have eqipment at home you can start getting the used to things like tunnles and on the groud seesaw, and dogwalk. Hope this is is some help to…Continue

Agility

Started by Betsy McFadden Sep 6, 2010. 0 Replies

Sorry you had such a bad a bad day. it is hard on them when it is warm. I hope you don't give up because once you find the right place it is so much fun for you both.Happy hunttingBetsy & FionaContinue

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Comment by pug princess on August 4, 2011 at 12:43am
Hmmm... the weather has been too hot recently to practice agility, then  last night there was a storm but its back to being boiling again. Alfie is not happy!
Comment by Helena Brown on April 3, 2011 at 5:02am
Course Pugs are intelligent, how do you think they can be so stubborn, Not daft enough to fall for the rubbish, that's them.
Comment by pug princess on April 1, 2011 at 10:01am
Alfie is so good at agility now, I'm so proud of him that he has managed to master the courses! Some people say Pugs are not intelligent enough to be capable of doing agility successfully, I am so annoyed at them. They have clearly not seen Alfie or any of the other Pugs on here go! I met one recently at an agility demonstration and she was called Scoot. She was very sweet and was one of the best out of the whole group.
Comment by Betsy McFadden on March 11, 2011 at 3:29am
Sorry to hear you are not feeling well. but we also have people that can't run there dogs for one reason or another so they have different people to run for them, and that is competion. They are called village dogs. so keep her at it is good for them she will get used to running with out you. Hope you get better soon
Comment by pug princess on March 10, 2011 at 11:36pm
Well done for all your championship wins! Thanks for the help, I can't wait to get her started soon!
Comment by Pug Chick on March 10, 2011 at 9:02am
Poor Pixie her mommy has not been able to get her back into agility.  I've been having one issue after another, wont' bore you with details..lol  I'm thinking about taking her and letting the trainer work with her as Pixie was so good at it and needs the exercise and energy outlet.  I unfortunately do not have the energy and stamina to work with her right now.  Except when we went the first times Pixie wanted me to do the stuff with her and wouldn't do it with the trainer, just sat there and looked at me.  Oh dear what to do?
Comment by Betsy McFadden on March 10, 2011 at 3:16am

Good Morning pug princess

Your pup should be 15 months of age before you start your first class. But you could get him or her used to some of the eqipment like the tunnle,on the ground sesaw,and walking on a board that is on the ground. Hope this of help to you.

Betsy&Fiona who now has three campionships

in colors,fullhouse andwildcard,and working our way soon i hope for her first catch  nest meet April 2nd

Comment by pug princess on March 9, 2011 at 11:32pm
Does anyone know what age a puppy Pug should start agility? We started getting into it with Alfie when he was about 2 years, Lola our new Puppy is ten weeks old, so what time would be a good age for her to be introduced to the jumps please? Thank you!
Comment by Donna on January 1, 2011 at 5:52pm
Love Agility , Kiya has been doing it for about 2 years now. Kiya has been ready for a trail , Mom has not , but I promised myself and Miss Kiya this year would be the year !!!!
Comment by Helena Brown on October 10, 2010 at 10:08am
Glad to hear that Queen Pixie is doing so well, what with Hektor doing so well at obedience as well. I see a massive abdication from the Bad Boys and Girls Group.
 

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