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Rosewood Agility Slalom Course for Dogs

  • 5 Poles £16.71

Description

If you are a complete beginner or seasoned Agility handler, this Rosewood Agility Slalom Course is an ideal introduction and at home training practice for the Agility Weave obstacle. Teaching your dog to weave in Agility at high speed is one of the most difficult, but most rewarding Agility exercises you can teach your dog. Finally with this lightweight kit, in its own carry bag, you have the ability to practice the weave at home in your own garden.

Easily assembled, the kit also comes with a very useful training tips booklet which will give you the best possible start to your weaving training and hours of fun for your dog.

Whether for your own family’s fun and enjoyment in the garden or as part of a team our agility kits are ideal. The kits are light weight (for safety) and quickly and easily assembled.

Contains 5 Weaving poles so that you can create your own dogs Slalom course!!

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How do the poles stand up?

4th Jul 2016
Virginia Fenton
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2016
  • From: , United Kingdom

How do the poles affix to the ground/floor so they do not fall over?

  • Meds Advisor

Good Morning,

Thank you for your question, the poles have a spear at the end which will need to be dug into the ground.

I do hope this helps, if you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us.