What You Should Bring to a Dog Agility Trial

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Some weekends I feel like I live on the road as I either head out to a local agility trial or travel to another state that requires an overnight stay in an entirely different climate.

There’s nothing worse than reaching my destination to realize I’ve forgotten something. Once it was socks. Another time my phone charger. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to borrow gloves or sunscreen.

Thank goodness for the kindness of agility people!

Recently I made good use of my travels and created a checklist that covers the items I often need at an agility trial. I’d like to share that with you for FREE!

So whether you’re a weekend agility warrior like me or just starting out in this fun sport, my checklist on What You Should Bring to a Dog Agility Trial is sure to help save time and prevent leaving a necessary item at home.

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What You Should Bring to a Dog Agility Trial

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As a 20+ year dog agility coach, I am passionate about producing quality resources for dog agility teams by promoting self-development and delivering clear and specific training solutions that enable teams' to perform with clarity and confidence!

My unique experience as a hands-on trainer and 18+ year dog agility judge led me to create Sequencing For Success and the highly successful 2on-2off Contact Training DVD.

Our household has included Dalmatians, Labradors, Belgian Tervuren, Border Collies and engaging cats.

Contact Lisa via email AgilityOne at Gmail.com (replace at with @ sign)

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