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DOODLES OF AMERICA UNITE!!! :shock:
 

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Yippee for the both of you!!

I started with Dakota in agility. The only real problem with Labradoodles can be their size for some of the equipment such as the teeter--Dakota is 80 pounds and agility does favor smaller dogs. The issue I had with agility is what do you do with the skill once they have learned it if you don't intend to compete? Flyball would be awesome!! Dakota would definately line up for that, but I haven't found anything for flyball in the Sacramento area. Sooo, our sport of choice is dock diving--another sport where the doodle world is unrepresented. When I was at a Splash Dog event waiting in line with Dakota for his turn to 'dive', one of the Splash Dog volunteers said, "Is he really going to jump? I've never seen a dog with hair that long jump before." :shock: :roll:
 

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Good fun for you both
Denver is 100 lbs and tall so the agility is difficult for him.
We do not have the dock diving here either so we play lots
of fetch and swimming....................
 

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The issue I had with agility is what do you do with the skill once they have learned it if you don't intend to compete?

WOW water & agility perfect prerequisite for--RESCUE DOG!!! dr katz Rx: "Start Tracking training posthaste" :wink:
 
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