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Old 03-08-2011, 11:03   #21
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and here a movie: Barry is doing an intern beginners competition

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Old 30-06-2012, 22:23   #23
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Nice pictures, and agile looking dog , was this a real competition?
In Holland we have to jump 65 cm with the large dogs this looks more medium?

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It was real competition. I already told you

According to FCI regulations the height of poles should be 55 to 65 cm. And it was 55 cm.

And how abut you and Barry? Are you still trening?

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Old 30-06-2012, 23:32   #25
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Yes we are stil training and doing an intern competition , not with the big succes as last year because now we have to compete against the really good dogs like Border collies and belgium shepherddogs.

I don't think I can compete in the real FCI competitions because he is not fast enough

10 cm lower would be better for me and Barry but here in Holland they decided to jump 65 cm becaus this would be les stressful for the joints.... I think this is true for the really fast dogs...not for BArry .

In september the lessons wil start again.
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Yes we are stil training and doing an intern competition , not with the big succes as last year because now we have to compete against the really good dogs like Border collies and belgium shepherddogs


I don't think I can compete in the real FCI competitions because he is not fast enough
I think any dog isn't ast enugh for BC
Wolfdogs don't chase- they just running for fun

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10 cm lower would be better for me and Barry but here in Holland they decided to jump 65 cm becaus this would be les stressful for the joints.... I think this is true for the really fast dogs...not for BArry ..
i don't understand how higher poles can be better for joints...
But on the normal trening Barry jumps on 55?

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In september the lessons wil start again.
We are going to agility camp on Czech republic on 8 July and i just can't wait

http://agility-silesia.webnode.cz/ne...ni-tabor-2012/

Maybe next year would you come and see diffrent methods of trening?
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And from the darkness SHE appeared
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Yes we are stil training and doing an intern competition , not with the big succes as last year because now we have to compete against the really good dogs like Border collies and belgium shepherddogs


I don't think I can compete in the real FCI competitions because he is not fast enough
I think any dog isn't ast enugh for BC
Wolfdogs don't chase- they just running for fun

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10 cm lower would be better for me and Barry but here in Holland they decided to jump 65 cm becaus this would be les stressful for the joints.... I think this is true for the really fast dogs...not for BArry ..
i don't understand how higher poles can be better for joints...
But on the normal trening Barry jumps on 55?

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In september the lessons wil start again.
We are going to agility camp on Czech republic on 8 July and i just can't wait

http://agility-silesia.webnode.cz/ne...ni-tabor-2012/

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nice picture
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You've forgotten to mention that Astarte was third in her class in real FCI competition in Gliwice!!! Congratulations!
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You've forgotten to mention that Astarte was third in her class in real FCI competition in Gliwice!!! Congratulations!
It was unofficial competition, but with FCI rules. And it's true- Astarte was third The rate was 17 dogs
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Astarte on agility camp in Horni Sucha (Czech Republic).

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Agility show during CACIB in Katowice:

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