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About Agility Equipment
Rain or shine, our canine friends love spending time outdoors - and what better way to keep them entertained than with OnBuy's extensive selection of agility equipment for dogs? From dog agility tunnels to slaloms and cone sets, they'll be spoiled when it comes to their daily dose of fresh air.
Not only will it provide them with tons of woof-tastic fun, dog agility training equipment is also perfect for sneaking in some exercise when they've had a few too many treats! So, when they've been a good boy or girl, you can reward them with a tasty snack - guilt-free.
Our agility hurdles for dogs will get their heart rates up and racing as they leap and dart with lightning-fast speed - and you can even set up a doggie obstacle course to really keep them on their paws. Of course, with so many opportunities for training, they'll need plenty of yummy dog food to keep their energy levels up - so, stock up and be prepared for that soaring appetite!
Frequently asked questions about dog agility equipment
How can I do agility training at home?
When it comes to agility training from home, it all boils down to the equipment used. Luckily for you, our selection of dog agility equipment is bursting with a variety of useful training tools, allowing you to perform agility training at home in a safe, organised, and fun way.
Do dogs like agility training?
Just like humans, whether or not a dog likes agility training is dependent on the dog itself. Agility training is loved by many dogs, especially breeds that are energetic by nature and love to spend time while jumping or running. It can also improve the bond between the dog and the dog owner.
Does agility training work?
Agility training, when carried out effectively, can work really well, offering a variety of health benefits to your dog. Not only does it keep your dog fit, agile and healthy, but it can also strengthen its bones and joints and even exercise your dog's brain. Presenting your dog opportunities to learn and solve problems is a great way to keep its mind stimulated.
What equipment is used in dog agility?
Weave courses, jump pads, and tunnels are quite popular in the case of agility training, especially when combined to create a diversified track that can pose a good challenge.
Is it safe for dogs to jump?
Yes, dogs can jump without issues - as long as there's a reasonable distance between the jumping point and the landing area. Provided the jumping takes place moderately and is done correctly, the risks are minimal. However, you should always bear in mind your dog's age, stamina, ability, and health before encouraging them to jump. For example, if you have a senior dog with joint issues, jumping may not be the best option.