Carpe Shar-Pei (Seize the Wrinkled Dog)

Building your own Agility Equipment

Although you can purchase agility equipment locally and on-line, one chance to save a lot of money is by building your own agility equipment. We will concentrate on the equipment that requires the least skill-set to produce. The ability to cut a piece of PVC pipe is necessary for almost all pieces that we will construct. The knowledge of parts names are required to purchase parts and the ability to glue the parts together would be useful.

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Building Equipment  -  Learn PVC Fittings  -  Weave Poles  -  Jumps  -  Teeter Totter  -  Tunnel  -  Tire Jump  -  Pause Table  -  Assembly

First you learn a new language, profanity; and second you learn not to discipline your dogs when you're mad, and that's most of the time when you're training dogs.

Lou Schultz, trainer of Alaskan Huskies

Paper and canvas prints of "Growing Up Chinese Shar-Pei" by Barbara Keith are available online.

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