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For Abby's second birthday, I threw a little agility party. Some of my friends couldn't bring there dogs, so only Ginny, the black lab could come. But they had a ball playing in the yard and Ginny had fun doing agility.






The pain, the torture, the teeth! Oh wait...this is how they play..LOL




Abby's pal, Ginny, trying the agility course


My friend trying Abby on the course




Look at her go!


Ginny


A tired dog
 

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Looks like they had a blast. Ginny reminds me of the little lab mix I had a few years ago, hmm...did yall take my dog?!? Justing Kidding...But I'm going to have to start reading up on agility and see if maybe Shadow could be good for it.
 

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LifeIsDaPits said:
Looks like they had a blast. Ginny reminds me of the little lab mix I had a few years ago, hmm...did yall take my dog?!? Justing Kidding...But I'm going to have to start reading up on agility and see if maybe Shadow could be good for it.
Hee hee hee - Looks like Abby had an easier time with the agility course than Ginny did!!! LOL -- Very cute pics! Abby's legs look SOOOO long in some of those pics - how tall is she??
 

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Thanks everyone, they really had a great time together and got along so well.

Bodazafa, Abby is really tall! She's 26" from the withers.
LifeIsDaPits, Ginny was a rescue so maybe you did know her? LOL, you never know. But she's really tall! I think she may be taller than Abby.
 

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MadDuey said:
How hard is it to get a bully started with Agility stuff? Sorry, this is my first bulldog... I'll ask newbie questions like this from time-to-time.
Honestly, yes. Harder than with a Border Collie or Sheltie. Abby catched on pretty well and for awhile was the top dog in her agility class(same with OB too), the instructor would always use her as a model for the other students to see. Abby also started pretty early too. But really any healthy and fit dog can do agility, should have at least the obedience down to a pro though. Always have fun in mind and not accuracy or competition, something I have to work on my-self.
 
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