All about Agility

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Howell Book House, Jan 1, 1998 - Pets - 180 pages
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Agility has so exploded in popularity that the scene has gotten big and confusing. This book will sort it all out, with a friendly, chatty overview of Agility in all its incarnations. All About Agility will emphasize getting involved in the sport, how it has evolved, what the various rules and titles are, how the courses differ, etc. Other chapters will look at assessing your dog, what to expect at a competition, training tips from the pros and what else you can do with your agile dog. Jacqueline O Neil has written The Ultimate American Pit Bull Terrier, Kids + Dogs = Fun and Second Start for Howell. She is the

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Contents

Training Tips From the Pros
136
Whats Next?
149
Appendix Where to write what to read finding a club
157
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Jacqueline O'Neil is an award-winning author of more than a dozen books and a couple hundred magazine articles on animal care and training. She and her husband, Tom, a wildlife photographer, follow the sun around North America in a motor home. Favorite stops include the Florida Keys, Montana, Alaska, and the Yukon. Before morphing into a Gypsy, Jackie was a successful dog breeder and trainer, handling her own dogs to top awards in the show and obedience rings.
A graduate of the University of Florida, Jackie is a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, the National League of American Pen Women, and the Dog Writers Association of America, where she also served two terms as a director. In addition to dogs, she's into horses, birds, fishing, scuba diving, and fiddling.

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