So. That’s what the dictionary thinks “Agility” is.
I believe Jacoby is trying to redefine “Agility.”
Not even his beloved green laserpointer could get him to budge in the Agility run last weekend.
We did several practice runs, during which I walked him through the course so he’d know what he was meant to do.
But he was more interested in how he looked against the obstacles than he was in actually running around, over, and through them.
It was pretty funny.
The hoop, when he wasn’t using it as a prop, was his best hurdle (even if I had to give him a helpful nudge.
He went around the hurdles and he never even looked at the weave-poles.
And he camped out in the middle of the tunnels.
The “A-frame,” though, was his absolute favourite. I think he saw it as his own personal stage.
At one point during a practice, Jake noticed a small audience at formed to watch him, so he dropped everything and walked up to the front of the cage to acknowledge his fans.
Eventually I gave up, and we just had fun playing on the course.
If only they’d allow food as an enticement! I can get Jake to “dance” around the kitchen for just one Greenie. For a treat, I think he’d be an Agility cat superstar.