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Posted: April 30, 2007 - 12:02 pm
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May 12, 2007 - 12:10pm | snowgoose
Dog sports in Alaska
We had our border collie in Agility training (and he was doing great, too!) until he started going blind at about 18 months of age. It was a real disappointment to both of us - we really enjoyed this sport - even if he did run circles around me (L)!
I am now starting our youngest dog, Abby, in Rally competition. This is sort of a "Obedience competition" but on leash and around lots of interesting obedience-related obstacles on a timed course. Doing all the required elements is more important than speed, so we have a chance here.
Rally is loads of fun - and great for someone like me who doesn't really have the energy needed for agility anymore anyway (L). Abby is also no border collie (very laid-back) so the slower pace suits her. She wouldn't have been too good at agility - and isn't much interested in fetch, so wouldn't be much of a flyball dog either. Rally is great for us! :)
-Deb (snowgoose) and the gang