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  Articles Archive - Dog Sports

This Archive includes the best of the Dog Sports articles featured on Working Dogs Cyberzine since 1996.
  • Barking in the Park
    Written by: Erin Harty, Staff Writer - VetCentric.com
    It’s a great, big world out there, but if you’re a dog, much of it is off-limits to you. Always attached to that bothersome leash, you never get a chance to sniff even half of the intriguing stuff you’d like to investigate on those all-too-short walks. ( Read More...)
  • "Canine Freestyle" is a choreographed performance with music, illustrating the training and joyful relationship of a dog and handler team. Alison Jaskiewicz of the Canine Freestyle Federation (CFF) summarizes the Creative Development of Movement. Free yourself from classic obedience routines and explore creative, artistic movement development of Freestyle.

  • Kids + Dogs=Fun: Great Activities Your Kids and Dogs Can Do Together by Jacqueline O'Neil is your ultimate reference for exploring dog-related activities for kids. This entertaining guidebook shows you how to evaluate the interests and compatibility of your children and dogs, and shares a host of kid-friendly activities including 4-H, the AKC Canine Good Citizen program, raising puppies to be service dogs, hunting tests, and more. You can find this book in the Flyball and Miscellaneous Recreation section of the Working Dogs Book Store. Be sure to check out all of our other best-selling titles at deep discount prices about canine nutrition, Schutzhund, veterinary care, Rottweilers, police and K9, and more!

  • The Ring Sport Arena - Part I - Bob Dixon shares his expertise once again in his first installment of his Ring Sport Arena training series, "Introduction to Ring Sport." Learn about scoring, past champs, puppy training, and basic training theory and practice in this comprehensive primer.

  • French Ring Sport - Bob Dixon details the obedience and agility exercises in this exciting protection sport.

  • Beginners Meet Agility is the delightful narrative of authors Jim and Carole Norris. Share their experiences as they discover the sport of agility and successfully complete the beginner level of training and competition with their rather young and remarkably agile GSD, Keena.

  • The International Weight Pulling Association offers competitive opportunities for the weight pulling working breeds. Read all about a typical Snow Pull in the depths of winter.

  • April 2000 heralds the Mondioring event of the year in Washington State. UBSDA (United Belgian Shepherd Dog Association) and USMRA (United States Mondioring Assoc.) join forces to bring together a large contingency of working dogs at the 2000 IPO/Mondioring National Championships.

  • "Canine Freestyle" is a choreographed performance with music, illustrating the training and joyful relationship of a dog and handler team. Alison Jaskiewicz of the Canine Freestyle Federation (CFF) summarizes the Creative Development of Movement. Free yourself from classic obedience routines and explore creative, artistic movement development of Freestyle.



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