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My Dog 's Agility Training Philosophy
The philosophy behind my training is that if my dog can do it, he can do it. This means that I try to make my dog the most challenging competitor. We don't go out for the high scores because we have to; we go out to beat the dogs that are better, and then get more challenging at that point. I also try to be realistic about the training that my dogs are undergoing and how challenging those training sessions are, and what the dog is experiencing. This means that the dog can't be too demanding, and my dog will work with a handler that is capable of being very demanding.
It's not that I am a fan of agility or training, just that my dog and I have a certain interest in it. I believe that when a dog is able to perform an event, they can improve their agility. The most important factor that I've come across in my own dogs' performances is that they are very intelligent. Their intelligence comes from a combination of what they've been taught and the experiences they've had in life.
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