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The Beginner's Guide to Flyball Paperback – November 27, 2012
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Lisa Pignetti is a website interaction designer and dog sport enthusiast who lives in San Diego, CA. Lisa has been playing flyball since 2000. She served on the North American Flyball Association (NAFA) Board of Directors for two years (2007 and 2008) and was head of the marketing committee during this time. She was NAFA's webmaster from 2005-2008. Lisa and her Border Collie Sky also performed as part of the flyball act in "DOGS: The Incredible Show" in 2011. She has written several articles for DogSport magazine about various aspects of flyball training and writes a blog about flyball called Flyball Prop-a-Ganda (http://www.flyballpropaganda.com).
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The book also has some chapters on structuring practice, and what to expect at a tournament. While I have learned a bunch of this from having a flyball team to work with it's great information and provided an awesome view into how some other teams perform the same tasks. If you were starting from complete scratch I think with this book and information available on the internet you could probably build a flyball team in your area without benefit of an experienced person.
I am actually planning on sharing this book with my teammates in hopes that some of the more modern training ideas might stick.
I recommend this book to everyone looking to get into the sport of flyball, or who has been around for a few years. There is also good information for someone looking to start or take over a club.