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In revising this guide she has done her best, several years and a lot of shows later, to preserve the tone of the original. New information has been added to reflect the changing face of Agility.
If you found it useful, do let us know. And if there are areas you feel could usefully be covered in the Guide, we would also be glad to hear from you.
You can navigate this section using the links below, or the links in the menu on the right.
You'll find information about our own shows in the Agility Addicts Shows section. Our Training Tips will get you pointed in the right direction on clicker and contact training, and other aspects of agility training.
We hope you never lose that sense of wonder that your dog is willing to play this agility game with you. Don't take it for granted, but celebrate it with your dog at training and shows. The quote below, from Kathleen Highfill (Ajax Agility School, Oklahoma City), sums up a good way to approach agility.