Friday, February 12, 2010

Two On, Two Off

A bit short of a year ago, I started an agility foundation class. One of the first things we learned was a 2o2o. That means I plant two feet on the equipment and two feet off when I reach the end of the equipment. It’s a safety thing she says so I don’t go leaping off the agility contact equipment and go hurting myself. Here I am all those months ago learning a 2o2o on a beginner’s practice board . But, let me find her camera and then check back in a few days. I’ll show you the end result on a “real” agility teeter. I’ve learned a lot in the past few months, I’m having fun in my new life, and my new bionic knees are hanging in there just fine!


Anonymous said...

That's way cool, Audie. I'm glad you're having fun and learning new stuff.


Scout 'n Freyja said...

WOWZA! You are a furry smart doggie! Our momma thinks you should get some cookies for learning so much!

Anonymous said...

smart Audie! ask your mom to consider a different contact performance. When you get really fast, slamming to a stop in 2o/2o position can be hard on the fat chests and front knees of bully dogs. Running contacts are all the rage now!

nikole said...

im new here i found the vick dog blog off the or something. i am SOOO happy to see all these dogs in new loving homes!! kudos to all the new moms and dads who gave them second chances at life!!
ps-what was wrong with audies knees??