Nature’s Agility Course

Mom has taken me to agility lessons for the past 4 years and, let me tell you, I love, love, love it! And nature offers so many opportunities to practice:

JumpingA leapThe landingLeaping into trees (hmmm…sorta like the Table or A-Frame)Jumping into treesOr parts of trees πŸ˜€Leaping on TableWalking on logs (aka the Dog Walk)walking the logI do a lot of that—in any weather!In a fogOr going through tunnelsTunnel?Well, maybe not this one….

These are just a few of the obstacles I’ve found. What about you?

24 thoughts on “Nature’s Agility Course

  1. Well that looks like a super work out Sage..and Mr N stays stylish while out with you too πŸ™‚ my obstacles are farm fencing…which for an old gal I can leap over pretty quick πŸ˜‰ hugs Fozziemum xx


  2. Looks like lots of fun especially out in the wilderness. My breed does agility, but with our short legs and long backs, Mom never likes us to jump as there is a big danger of injury, so no agility for us, but the balancing stuff we enjoy!


  3. The girls have never taken any agility classes, though I have done them with my previous family dogs. I do the same thing you do with Sage. Any obstacle we find in nature, I let them play on. πŸ˜€


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