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Old 04-27-2005, 09:49 PM
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hahaha smkie... the steps in building the toy is not that detail bcoz sometimes i miss to take the photo... but anyway, i guess ppl look at the photo they hv idea how to build it using pvc pipe... no need explaint in words... i guess.. ?!
thank you for the patient watching my movie i know its a big size file.. i will improve next time...
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Old 04-29-2005, 12:28 AM
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here hope these help. I have made some of these plus other ones that I have come up with for our backyard course.

http://www.mfrye.com/agilityeq/aframe.html
a-frame ,teeter,jumps,weaves, these links work for these things

I made these and they work well
http://www.peak.org/~helix/Agility/cheapjump.html

http://www.dog-play.com/agility/dogwalk.html

http://www.dog-play.com/agility/equipment.html

http://futuremach.baka.com/equip.html

Im in the process of making a chute,A-frame,boardwalk,Baja board and a crawl under
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Old 05-03-2005, 03:29 PM
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victor and i thank you both
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Old 08-14-2005, 07:19 AM
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For jumps I just use bricks and bought some broomsticks from a hardware store. I don't want to train my dog on high jumps yet, so the bricks work fine and I can train sequencing that way. The weave poles were a little more difficult cause I wanted to train the wore method - I got a friend to make the stakes to stick in the ground from steel pipe and twelve inch nails (he welded them for me) and then I just bought electrical wiring for the poles and used T pieces to attach the wires which were also from electrical wiring. It may be easier though just to use PVC piping and fit it together (you'll need a lot of T pieces then)

I found the easiest way to get ideas was to look up dog agility on Google images and then copy what I saw there.
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Old 08-16-2005, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Peacekeeper
Hi,

I have a question, I was wondering if anyone would know where I can buy agility equipment or how I can make my own I look forward to your input.
Peacekeeper.
I hope this is OK from the administrator (I truly apologize if it is not). But my website is affiliated with Boorooagiltiy. I'm Mighty Mite Dog Gear and we sell TDAA and puppy agility equipment. Our sister site is boorooagility.com and they sell affordable agility equipment.

http://www.mightymitedoggear.com

http://www.boorooagility.com
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Old 08-24-2005, 07:43 AM
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Most of the simplest agility equipment to build can be made with PVC - weave poles and jumps. A tyre jump can also be made with a PVC support and drain piping. Go to a hardware store and ask for some help - they are usually quite keen to help.
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