Fascinating discussion taking place about jumping issues on Canine Jumping Forum

The Canine Jumping Forum is a Facebook Group created for people interested in exploring how structure, temperament, injuries, or vision issues can influence how well dogs are able to meet the challenges of agility-style jumping, with the goal being to help dogs learn to jump with as much ease as possible.
“Scientific discovery is the process of working to disprove one’s own theories.” -Lynn Smitley  
The value of this forum comes from people’s willingness to share different points of view, to ask clarifying questions, and to challenge statements made by other group members. 
All points of view are welcome!
To join: Go to Facebook and search for “Canine Jumping Forum.”   Ask to be added, and I’ll accept your request.  
Happy jumping!

5 thoughts on “Fascinating discussion taking place about jumping issues on Canine Jumping Forum

    • Thanks. I agree that the Canine Jumping Forum is a great group (and quite international too). Contributing members are writing some thought provoking posts! I’m hoping more members will be willing share their points of view!

  1. So timely…. We are only an novice agility team but I am driving mum nuts by dropping bars or going under them (I’m great at a game of limbo but turns out that is not what agility is about). Mum has been reaching out to the local agility community for ideas, and getting lots of jumping grid suggestions, but really interested if there are any learning out there about physiology and me pulling rather than pushing over a jump. Will definitely check it out.

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