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Washu's Agility Career

Early agility practice:

Our crazy indoor agility course.

We use the stairs as an A-Frame.
The crate serves as a Pause Table.
More "tables"

We use a mini-teeter because I do not have much room. The mini teeter is good for teaching contacts but it is not could practice for "teeter control." Luckily, Washu LOVES, contacts.
In the beginning, we used channeled weaves with wires. After a while we took the wires off.

Photos from one of Washu's first agility fun matches:

She walks THROUGH the broad jump.

2006 Washu starts Agility Classes.

2005 Washu is adopted & obedience classes

Washu was born around February 14, 2005. She was adopted from the Animal Welfare Society of Southeastern Michigan in October 2005. At the Welfare Society, they were calling her Piggy or Ebony. Washu has been through three obedience classes at three different training clubs. She has her CGC (Canine Good Citizen) certificate.