Friday, December 2, 2011

Turkey Day Part Two

After we got back from the dog park, the excitement wasn't over.
Mom dragged out our tunnel, set up the jumps,
and showed Suki how to do agility.

Here she is after the first jump, heading for the tunnel.

Out of the tunnel, waiting for her next instructions.

Over the jump, heading for the finish line. And a well-earned treat!

Suki's mom says she's going to find a class for Suki,
so they can start training in agility.

She would do awesome! She's fast, focused and bionic.
I love seeing other pugs competing.
I hope I see Suki there soon.


  1. Gracie! You are such a good friend to help Suki with her first try at agility. She does seem natural at it! I think at this point, I'd be the dog that goes around the obstacles to get the treat! I'm so glad everyone had a wonderful day together!

  2. Gracie you are pure grace in motion in those pictures! I'm with Payton, I would only be interested in the treats and getting them the fastest way possible. Focused is not my strong point.

  3. Hi Gracie,

    Thanks for sharing your equipment, you are the best! If you ever need a body double, I will be glad to fill in for you. It looks like Lola & Tucker thinks I'm you. Hehee, snort.

    Hugs to you AND Arnie,

  4. Wow, it's great that Suki wants to learn. I wish hu-mom had taken me to agility classes when I was younger!

    Drools and licks,
    Minnie and Mack

  5. You're never too old to do agility! My mom's first Boxer started at age 6.

  6. Suki - you stunt double me. You look a lot like me when you run. Side by side, it's obvious, but not when we can't be compared in size.

  7. Wow, Suki did awesome! Mom took me to a dog park with agility stuff and I just looked at her like she was crazy.


  8. How cool! I can't wait to do agility, but Mom says I have to wait 6 more months!
    Dachshund Nola