Agility Equip.

Dog Agility Equipment.

Below are various pieces of dog agility equipment you can get from Amazon and other recommended vendors to set up your own practice agility course.

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Above: The Yaheetech 18 foot works well. I have a similar one and use it frequently. It is very light and easy to fold up and put in my car. Sometimes I need to stake it down with the stakes provided or the wind will blow it away. It works great for me and I will post a video of Momo using it soon.
The Namsan Dog Jump is good for outdoor training. You have to push the vertical posts into the ground. You can make your own jumps from PVC pipes, but it can be a lot of work. 

The Clip & Go Jump is much nicer, easier to use and professional looking, but somewhat pricey 
The Agility Teeter Base for Dogs does not include the board, which you must supply yourself.  I built my own, but it was a lot of work! 

Later, I'll post a video showing how I put my homemade one together.
The Mini Travel Teeter is very useful because you can put it in your car and haul it to a dog park or other area for practice. Otherwise, it is very hard to transport the teeter board.

Outward Hound -- this dog agility  kit is really inexpensive, so don't expect the items to be super sturdy.  They are acceptable though, if you are just getting started. The cups were not designed to be attached firmly to ground. It's an indoor kit. If your dog knocks the bar, the whole jump will likely tip over, but that's not a real problem, just a sign that your dog is not ready for that jump height.  The highest bar height is about 21.5 and you can put the cross bar as low as you want. I don't recommend this kit for big dogs weighting more than 70 pounds. 
Pawhut Obstacle Kit -- 
 Adjustable high jump, weave poles, square pause box, round open tunnel.
Don't expect a real "table" obstacle, just a way to demarcate a box box on the ground. Has stakes & rope for securing  outdoors.. One reviewer says:
"...affordable and easy to set up and take down. My puppy loves it and it gives him something else to do in the backyard...Highly recommend if you want something fun for your dog at a reasonable price."
Dog Agility Equipment --
Weave poles, jump, and hoop (simulating a tire obstacle).
Again, somewhat flimsy, but sturdy enough considering the price. One reviewer says:
"One of my best purchases I have ever made. ..The assembly literally took 5 minutes and could not have been simpler. The seller included pictures of the obstacles so you know what it looks like. ... Every thing is very sturdy, and the jump and hoop are adjustable in height... Extremely pleased...
Dog Agility Equipment (More complete set) --  adjustable high jump, weave poles, square pause box, round open tunnel) 
Includes ground stakes and rope for keeping obstacle course, stores away with the three included carrying bags.
Reviwer says: "good quality and stands up to my Great Danes...includes photos of the equipment...My 12-year-old daughter put the tire jump and hurdle together with no problem
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