Being a Pregnant Agility Handler

I’m over 36 weeks pregnant. My baby is due to pop out pretty soon now. I thought I’d share my […]

Hypermobility in dogs – Part 3

Nicky Grant BSc Hons Physiotherapy, MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MCSP, ACPAT A, HCPC, RAMP Can agility dogs with hypermobility compete in […]

Impulse Control and Reactivity

Recently I heard about an interesting study. The study went something like this… human participants stared at a computer screen. […]

Act the Part

The person I am when I’m training people agility is different to the me that goes out with friends for […]

Hypermobility in dogs – part 2

Nicky Grant BSc Hons Physiotherapy, MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MSCP, HCPC, ACPAT A, RAMP Welcome to part 2 of the hypermobility […]

Hypermobility in dogs

Nicky Grant BSc Hons Physiotherapy, MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MCSP, ACPAT A, HCPC, RAMP We’ve all seen those dogs on the […]

Tunnels Curved ‘the Wrong Way’

Does anyone else wince a bit when they see the kind of course design shown in the picture? I’m focusing […]

Flexibility and mobility – why it is crucial for agility handlers

By Nicky Grant BSc Hons Physiotherapy, MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MSCP, ACPAT A, HCPC, RAMP Flexibility is the ability of your […]

Crazy for Tugging, Part 2

This is continued from part 1, which you can read here. There is a time to work on tug play […]

What could change within everyday British agility to facilitate GB partnerships competing abroad?

Phew! What a weekend of top-quality international agility. Some sensational runs under pressure by many outstanding partnerships from around the […]

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