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dog agility  // Posts tagged as "dog agility"

27 Oct Posted by in Play | 19 comments

Meeting Mr. Bones

Meeting Mr. Bones

So you might have already caught a sneak peek at my new pal, Mr. Bones, a few weeks ago when he helped out with my Martha Stewart Pets photoshoot. Well, he actually came home to live with me in the very beginning of October. Mom says he’s from an “adoption place” called Target. While I’m […]

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18 Aug Posted by in Giveaway, Product Review | 32 comments

How to Keep Your Dog Fit with a Wobble Board + A Giveaway

How to Keep Your Dog Fit with a Wobble Board + A Giveaway

Disclosure: This post and giveaway is brought to you by the Dog Agility Shop. All opinions are my own and I only share products I think you and your dog will love! Us dogs are powerful, muscled beasts (well when we’re in proper shape), and I’ve always been one to believe that the greatest service […]

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05 Aug Posted by in Monthly Recap | 7 comments

July 2015 Monthly Recap

July 2015 Monthly Recap

I can’t believe that the summer is almost over. It makes me sad to see it go, but I’m glad I’ve been able to pack in so much fun. I can’t wait to share what I’ve been up to this past July! First, I wanted to give a shoutout to my special sponsors & affiliates! Thanks […]

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05 Mar Posted by in Sponsors | Comments

February 2014 Monthly Recap

Before we get to the recap of all the exciting adventures I’ve been on in February, I wanted to give a shoutout to my special sponsors! Thanks to them I’m able to bring you exciting posts, so make sure you give them some love and check out what great products they carry! Barkbox is a monthly […]

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26 Nov Posted by in Health & Fitness | 10 comments

5 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Fit and Trim

After my vet gave me a thumbs up last week for keeping myself in tip top shape I thought it would be the perfect time to share some of my tips for keeping trim. And just in time for Thanksgiving too! The ideal weight for a dog can be determined by being able to feel […]

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17 Oct Posted by in Agility, Play, Product Review | 1 comment

The World of Dog Agility Toys

Unknown to me until recently there is this whole world out there of secret dog agility toys. Toys designed to encourage dogs to jump, run, and soar over the agility equipment. Toys that any dog would love – regardless of whether or not they love dog agility too. So I convinced my mom that since […]

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12 Mar Posted by in Agility, Training | 3 comments

Tunnel Time!

Mom had a Birthday last week, and like any spoiled well loved pooch, I got presents too! Welcome to my new dog agility tunnel, won’t you come inside? Ammo practicing his #agility skills in the #tunnel #pets #dachshund #dog vine.co/v/bwxO7KOHtFh — Kyley (@kyleydiluigi) March 11, 2013   My superstar #dachshund #agility #pets #dog #tunnel vine.co/v/bwxev39M9g6 […]

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24 Jan Posted by in Agility | 9 comments

Progress Report on Dog Agility

As you probably know, I’ve been taking weekly agility training classes since last spring. I’ve come pretty far in my training, but I still have lots to learn until I’m ready to compete. Last week I had a visitor at class…..which means I have video proof that I’m an agility dog! Yay! This week I […]

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06 Nov Posted by in Agility | 4 comments

DIY Weave Poles with the Dog Agility Shop

I’m at the point in my Dog Agility training that I’m going to start learning how to do weave poles. Learning to do weave poles is one of the most challenging things in Dog Agility, so mom says it’s important that we have our own set at home to practice in between classes. So when […]

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23 Oct Posted by in Agility | Comments

Fun on the Teeter Totter

As many of you may know, I have been taking agility classes since early Spring this year. I’m having so much fun learning how to navigate a course, and one of my very favorite things to do is work on the contact obstacles. Contact obstacles refers to such objects as; the A-frame, teeter-totter, dog walk, […]

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