Flyball Dog Sport Reviews
Description:An incredible dog sport that is exciting for you and your dog.
Newest Review: ... and you have to keep up with the pace! The box loader also calls the name of each dog as it is their turn to run to encourage them to run faster. The 4 hurdle (jumps) I mentioned earlier are spaced 10 feet apart. The first hurdle is 6 foot from the start line and the box (that holds the ball) id 15 feet from the last hurdle. The dogs jump the hurdles and when they reach the box, they jump on ... more
Customer Flyball Dog Sport Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/11/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
There are many different training classes that you can take you dogs to. For example there are basic training classes (aimed more at puppies) and there are extended training classes (for adult dogs who need or want training. As well as training classes, many dog owners take part in agility and flyball. Although the training in these two events are not as bog standard as they are in dog training, both agility and flyball are excellent ways to increase your bond with your dog, teach your dogs need commands and most of all they are fun for both the owner and dog. I have been taking part in flyball for the last 2 years and I take both my dogs to flyball once a ... Read the complete review