You might have a dog who you think will be a super-star on the agility course, but unless you work with him “from the ground up,” you may end up being disappointed. Author Kim Collins takes the position that there is a lot of training and relationship building that needs to go on before you ever begin to train the specific skills needed for agility. So this is the perfect book for you if you have a puppy or a young dog and are planning a career in agility in the future as it provides a complete training plan for both his pre-agility work and when he is ready to head out on the course.
Kim Collins is a popular seminar presenter and writer whose articles have appeared in the DogSport and Clean Run magazines. She has won five national agility championships. Kim owns Pawsitive Steps Canine Sports Centre and lives in Prince George, British Columbia.