Objectives of Canine Agility Training
According to the FCI: Agility is an open discipline, for any kind of dog: small or large, pure or crossbreed. A dog will have to run the obstacles in which it will have to sort out many obstacles. The objective of the test is to value the intelligence and speed of the dog. Agility is a game that favors integration in the society of members who practice it.This discipline implicates harmony between the dog and its owner, and perfect understanding as a team. This means it is necessary for the participants to own the elemental basis of education and obedience.
Agility in practice: Agility was born in England, and it could be compared to the equine jumping. Participantmust show a high level of obedience, docility and flexibility, just as a great memory to remember the obstacles. They will also have to know how to control themselves, as well as the speed of their performance. At last, they will have to show a notable spirit.
It is imperative to count with a faultless relation between the dog and its conductor; they will have to become one being.Agility improves the dog emotionally and physically, as much as the owner's.
Agility is fun, three times 1, for not only is it fun for the spectator, but also for the dog and the owner. People who watch an Agility contest for the first time feel an enormous desire to practice this discipline. Naturally we cannot forget a good mutual understanding between the dog and its conductor is the product of hard training.Luckily, there are agility clubs in almost every country of the world.