Sophie's adventures in agility
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    kaytris is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultSophie's adventures in agility

    I'm actually really surprised - my cannonball has a sensitive side. We're starting to introduce some of the harder obstacles in class now, at very low heights. Sophie loves the tunnel and the table, and has no problem with bar jumps. The tire jump is just too weird for words, and the teeter moves and makes a scary banging noise - the horror!

    We've got some confidence building to do .. considering how bold she is 99% of the time, this comes as a slight shock

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    ZRL
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    DefaultRe: Sophie's adventures in agility

    Zeke was the exact opposite....he's known for being reactive and freaking out when people touch him etc and he was TERRIFIED of the tunnel.

    But....the first day he was charging up the dogwalk and A-frame and slamming the teeter with all his might. The A-frame is his favorite obstacle now (besides tunnels).
    Zeke RN, agility miscreant and CGC failure

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