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Dog Agility Equipment Construction Instructions: YOU CAN! Build Better Training Obstacles for your Dog Paperback – January 19, 2010
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The author does not offer plans, specs, and cut-lists in the format that many might expect. It is my impression that she is unfamiliar with how projects are generally described and did not get a review from someone familiar with these. I needed to spend time preparing my own cut-list and this was a bit annoying.
When I followed her plans they worked well. There seems to be no better book to serve as a beginning point.
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Very good well thought out instructions. Looking forward to building these this spring! (Too much snow right now!)Published 6 days ago by M. Poling
Very easy to follow directions. Items needed to make equipment are easily found at your local hardware store. Much better than paying full price for agility equipment.Published 10 days ago by CHAKITA T. KAY
Nice idea but it was a let down. I was expecting more. I build better stuff from scratch. If your not a handy person this is for you. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Mccall
I love this book! The agility equipment shown in the book is fairly easy to make. The instructions are very clear. Read morePublished 2 months ago by margaret wolf
I was very disappointed by this book. The obstacles were mostly pvc and appear rickety. Dimensions confusing because author used inch symbols where she apparently meant feet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tedd Jones