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Old 10-14-2012, 02:01 PM
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My suggestion would be to do both at the same time. So the dog can learn there are different jumping styles for different jobs.
Steve started training in agility well before he started training in flyball, and he's done both for most of the time.

I think he just tries to do everything in life as quickly as possible, so that naturally leads to a flatter jump. Higher jumps make him pay more attention and think about what he's doing a bit more, which is I think why he takes fewer bars.
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