Ultimate Agility Drill e-book

The Ultimate Agility Drill e-book

$20.00

Team Australia IFCS 2012 Fundraising e-book

The Ultimate Agility Drill e-book Drills for minimal equipment and small spaces

However you enjoy your agility — as an activity for you and your dog to have fun and get some exercise, just for some friendly competition, as a dog-training and handling challenge, or if you aspire to be competitive at the highest levels — our fundraising e-book has something for you. There are over 40 pages of agility drills and games provided by team members and our three guest contributors.

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Team Australia IFCS 2012 Fundraising e-book

The Ultimate Agility Drill e-book Drills for minimal equipment and small spaces

However you enjoy your agility — as an activity for you and your dog to have fun and get some exercise, just for some friendly competition, as a dog-training and handling challenge, or if you aspire to be competitive at the highest levels — our fundraising e-book has something for you.

You get to meet the 2012 IFCS Team Australia, and there are over 40 pages of agility drills and games provided by team members and our three guest contributors.

The e-book is introduced by Bob Sharpe, a Brit who lent the Australian team his fabulous border collie, Meg, for the 2010 IFCS WAC. Bob also competes in agility and teaches through Field of Dreams Dog Training School in North Lincolnshire. Bob’s involvement with Team Australia at the 2010 WAC, as well as his recent experiences teaching in Brisbane and Sydney give him a particular perspective on agility in this country and Australia’s involvement in World-standard competitions.

Susan Garrett needs no introduction. Amazing dog trainer and multiple national and world agility championship gold medallist, she has had a significant influence on dog training and agility in Australia through her several trips here to teach, her blog and her online courses. Susan has kindly contributed several tricky training drills to help make our e-book a success.

Our other guest contributor is Lynda Orton-Hill. Lynda has also taught in Australia, has represented Canada at several World Agility Championships, and is a member of the Say Yes Dog Training team. Lynda has been generous enough to provide a fun training game for you to play.

It’s a wonderful thing for agility in Australia that we are now stepping onto the world stage and being represented in world agility championship competitions.

Thank you for supporting Team Australia at the 2012 IFCS WAC in Fort Worth, Texas. We hope you enjoy the many hours of fun and challenge provided by our training drills.