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© Andrea Dannegger 2016
Why Train Indoors?
Agility and Dog Sport classes often need to be canceled in wintertime or at other times of the year when the weather or ground conditions are bad. Lily and I just don’t want to stop training for months in winter time!
We have a different opinion on the matter.
My Coton de Tulear, “Lily,” and I love being outside, but there are definitely certain things outdoors which can negatively affect the quality of training and the desire to learn for both the dog and the person:
There are certainly all-
Rescued Dogs: It is often very difficult and sometimes impossible to let a rescued dog run free off-
Theory classes and Seminars: I want to offer a nice, comfortable space for doing seminars and workshops.
And in summer, it is sometimes just too hot and humid
for a really good workout !
The great outdoors is still out there when we want it… but it’s nice to have the option of doing our training in
the GREAT INDOORS!
Let’s face it: sometimes people just don’t have the time, or the physical flexibility to do a major clean up after every bad-
My dog gets to enjoy a dog’s life, but she’s not allowed to run around my flat looking like that!
Safety: In winter time it gets dark earlier, the cats come out earlier, visibility is poor for drivers, bicyclists, dogs and owners. Wet, icy streets can be challenging for older people, older dogs or people with a disability.
Puppy classes: In puppy classes, it is especially important that the training area is safe, distraction-