Archive for March, 2017

Westminster JWW Sequences

March 10, 2017

At the 4th Westminster Agility Championship, I had the pleasure of running a wonderfully tricky and fun JWW course from UK Judge Paul Moore.  The opening sequence had several challenges, and allowed for multiple handling options. The first challenge was the weave pole entry, and deciding which side of the weaves to handle from.  Having […]

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Five Tips to Ensure an Adequate Warm Up and Cool Down When Time is Short

March 8, 2017

As a veterinarian and veteran of injuries to my own dogs, I try very hard to ensure a sufficient warm up and cool down for all my dogs at trials.  However, running 3-4 dogs within the same jump height often means my preferred pre-run routine gets compressed and modified at small shows.  Maybe you’ve found […]

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