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There are a few key things to keep in mind when designing a set of hurdles for your dog. The first is that we don't want them to high, we are teaching handling skills rather than a high jump contest. Ideally your jumps should be relatively easy to knock over. That is, if your dog hits off them after a miscalculation we want the jumps to give rather than your dog.
While being relatively easy to knock over they should be able to withstand a strong breeze or a speeding dog. They should not fall over that easily and scare your dog when they do.