Agility school Classes combine fitness and fun


It's a dog's life, and for these dogs, life is good.

At the Hill County Fairgrounds on Wednesday nights, surrounded by canine and human companions, doggie treats and apparently all-too-exciting obstacles, these dogs are taking a crash course in agility training.

For one hour each week, the dogs - and their owners - relentlessly navigate an obstacle course that includes jumps, an elevated ring, a balance beam and a tunnel. The course, set up inside a large building on the southwest corner of the fairgrounds, is designed to teach the dogs to respond to their owners' commands and keep the anim...

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