Affordable Agility Hoopers Hoop


Affordable Agility Hoopers Hoop by Affordable Agility at Dog Training San Diego. MPN: NaHoop2. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Hoopers is a fun agility game created by NADAC which utilizes a single ground level obstacle that is safe and no-impact. By having only one style of obstacle, this allows the handler to show the dogs ability to follow directions and emphasize their bond. Try a Hoopers Hoop if you aren't sure that you want to start Agility or if you don't know if you want to teach bar jumps. A Hooper can create a fun and challenging mental game to help create a great bond between you and your dog. Our Hoopers Hoo


Affordable Agility Hoopers Hoop by Affordable Agility
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Hoopers is a fun agility game created by NADAC which utilizes a single ground level obstacle that is safe and no-impact. By having only one style of obstacle, this allows the handler to show the dogs ability to follow directions and emphasize their bond. Try a Hoopers Hoop if you aren't sure that you want to start Agility or if you don't know if you want to teach bar jumps. A Hooper can create a fun and challenging mental game to help create a great bond between you and your dog. Our Hoopers Hoop is also great for the older agility Dog who still wants to run courses and play, but jumping is not an option. A Hooper can also help train young dogs those much needed directional cues before they are old enough to jump. It is suggested to buy multiples to create a fun, challenging course. Our Hoopers Hoop is sold individually, meaning you will get one obstacle as shown in the picture. Dog not included. Hooper Segments may vary in color from the picture. Purchase multiples to create endless games and sequences for you and your dog to enjoy.

Features & Highlights

  • Used by NADAC for the Hoopers Class and made to their specifications featuring Arched hoops so your dog doesn't mistake them as tire jumps
  • Older dogs can extend their agility career with a Hoopers Hoop featuring a safe no-impact obstacle to run through
  • Young dogs can benefit from a Hoopers Hoop to teach handling skills before they are able to jump ( at least a year old)
  • Easy to transport and set up. Perfect for any dog training purpose. Freestanding, works in any location, indoors or out.
  • The hoops are 34" wide x 36" tall and made of sturdy UV-resistant PVC plastic pipe. Hooper Segments may vary in color from the picture.

Additional Information

Brand:
Affordable Agility
Manufacturer:
Affordable Agility
Category:
Affordable Agility
MPN:
NaHoop2
Part Number:
NaHoop2
Publisher:
Affordable Agility
Binding:
Misc.
Item Weight:
4 pounds

 


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