What You Should Do AFTER a Dog Agility Trial

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(If you missed last week’s freebie checklist on What You Should Bring to a Dog Agility Trial, just click HERE and I’ll get you hooked up.)

Let’s talk about this next checklist!

After a dog agility trial, I’m tired. My dog is tired. Sometimes there is a long drive home and I’m lucky if I can get a decent meal in before I dive into bed for the night.

On those evenings it’s soooo tempting to skip that post-trial after care routine. You know, the one that includes your dog(s), YOU and the the trial gear you’ve spent so much money on.

Sure, you can skip the gear and put that off until the following day, but you CAN NOT skip your dog or YOU. So, I made a checklist to help prioritize What You Should do AFTER a Dog Agility Trial.

Just click HERE and enjoy the free gift.

Oh yeah….because you were tired after that 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.

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