Because it’s “just for fun,” Having Fun with Agility breaks the constrictive agility rules and allows clickers, treats, and overhandling. The author focuses on using the clicker and other positive tools, making it fun for the dog as well as the owner. The pet owner who watches Animal Planet can now play with her dog and have fun – and still get a taste of agility without the constricting obedience requirements.
Having Fun with Agility is focused on having interactive fun with your dog through learning the basics of the most popular dog sport.
Having Fun with Agility introduces and teaches the application of clicker training, which is very popular among pet dog owners, to agility exercises.
Having Fun with Agility does not focus on the basics of competitive agility, which many pet dog owners find extremely intimidating.
About the Author
Margaret H. “Maggie” Bonham (Conifer, CO) is a professional writer and sled dog racer. She has been a professional writer since 1995 and has written books, courses, educational materials, and articles. Her writing credits include nine books (published or under contract), including Howell’s The Complete Guide to Mutts, Adams Media’s The Everything Rottweiler, Penguin-Putnam’s Complete Idiot’s Guides (CIG to Labrador Retrievers, CIG Dog Health and Nutrition), Barrons Educational Series (Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, An Introduction to Dog Agility, Northern Breeds), TFH’s The Simple Guide to Getting Active with Your Dog, and Prima Publishing’s Your Siberian Husky’s Life. Bonham is the two-time winner of the prestigious Maxwell Award for writing excellence. She trains various breeds for agility, sled dog racing, obedience, and conf