We need to start approaching the way we move with more thought, so it is highly specific to agility, rather than following the approach and mindset of just being fit. Read an article by Stacy Weeks about handler’s physiques and what actually is needed!
Christine is worried about the trend of trying to find the golden puppy. “I love agility, but I love dogs even more. We aren't perfect, neither are dogs. I think every puppy deserves a chance. They aren’t machines or sport equipment, they are living beings.” Read what actually is important when choosing your puppy.
Our dogs are so important to us, and we want to take care of them in the best possible way. But what is the best possible way as regards an agility dog’s nutrition and hydration? The variations in seasons and even during a competition day or weekend, bring challenges that differ from dogs in general. So how can we take care of our best friend’s nutrition and hydration in the best possible way? We interviewed Sanna Attola from SLN Import (Acana, Orijen), Laura Strömberg from FitDog and Mikko Griinari from Nutrolin to find out.
The status of agility as a sport has strengthened, which can be seen in course profiles and speed. Of course, speed in agility means the dog’s speed, and there are people who can compensate their lack of speed with dog training, but it is certainly beneficial to be able to run, turn and accelerate fast. But does an agility handler need to be in top condition?
As you have wished, we have now added a summary view of different statistics to AgiNotes! Now you can see statistics with one glance, and, what’s even cooler, you will also get new kinds of statistics!
On the new summary view page, you get information on your number of competitions and training sessions, activity every month, placements, clean run rate, and speed. With the free version, you see the stats of the 10 latest entries, and with premium you see all ;)
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