Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle

Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle

Height-adjustable agility hurdle for extending your dog sport course. Inclusive of a handy nylon bag for transport....further information

Product description
Great fun : "My son loved using this to teach our Sprocker to jump over and go under. It didn’t take her long at all to realise what she was meant to do. They both seemed happy using it."
Delivery in 1-5 working days ...more
All prices include tax. Additional shipping costs may apply.
complete set for one hurdle
139948.0
€16.49

Height-adjustable agility hurdle for extending your dog sport course. Inclusive of a handy nylon bag for transport.

With the height-adjustable Agility Hurdle Set from the Agility Fun & Sport Series you can set up your own individual agility show-jumping course.

The set consists of three poles which make one hurdle.

The hurdle poles fit comfortably in the included nylon shoulder bag, making it easy transport so that any walkies could turn into an exciting training session. The metal points at the end of the poles make it easy to set up in the garden or in the field.

Dimensions:

  • Hurdle height: up to approx. 1 m
  • Hurdle width: 1.1 m

Doing activities with dogs strengthens the bond with their owners and encourages your dog's natural impulse to run about.

Please note:

  • The dog's muscles should always be warmed up before any training session, ideally by playing a light round of fetch or running.
  • Never feed your dog prior to training although treats as rewards are naturally allowed.
  • Fit the training session to suit the dog's age, breed and size.
  • Always have fresh water to hand and give yourself plenty of breaks.
  • Always arrange and close the training session positively to avoid your dog missing out on the fun of this joint activity.
  • Puppies and young dogs still growing should only be trained following the consultation with a vet in order to avoid stunting growth or damaging their health.
Agility Fun & Sport Hurdle
Overall Rating (0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
Learn how we manage reviews