Dog sports, apart from being a great pastime, help to settle the dog-owner relationship and give the dog a task.

All living things produce energy that is necessary for life support and everyday life. But dogs live in a way of life next to us in which they do not use these energies, so they accumulate.

They don’t have to hunt for food, they don’t have to defend their territory most of the time, and in many cases their reproduction doesn’t depend on their ability to defeat their rivals.

In the past, there was a function for each species, and they really earned their daily bread! But today, life for urban dogs is a bit like a luxury prison. These missing functions are what canine sports are trying to fill!

Coordinated, group work, “collective action”, led by the dominant individual – in this case the master – is one of the most important parts of a dog’s life. 

It doesn’t matter (of course, it’s advisable to do it according to the dog’s temperament) what sport you choose, just do it! It’s not enough to put a dog on a treadmill and let him tire himself out. That’s not dog sports!

The range of lifestyle programmes is almost endless. But they all have two things in common. Without a good lifestyle programme, there is no happy dog and a good lifestyle programme is enjoyed by both dog and owner, as is the well-deserved rest afterwards.

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Weight Pulling

Weight pulling – Muscles tense, adrenaline levels rise in both the dog and the handler, and the dog, weighing barely 20 kg, sets off with over 2 tons of weight behind it. Almost unbelievable, but this is not a made-up…

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Guard dog

Guard dog – First and foremost, it cannot be emphasized enough that guard dog work is one of the most responsible branches of dog training! Taking a nonchalant, unprofessional, or perhaps “DIY mischief” approach is not equal to carefully structured,…

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Dog Dancing

Dog Dancing: A Surprising Canine Sport Dog Dancing When someone hears the term “dog dancing,” they typically react with surprise: “What? Dog dancing?” Indeed, based on the name alone, one might imagine beautifully groomed and tulle-clad dogs twirling around on…

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Flyball Flyball took off when Herbert Wagner, in 1970, introduced his tennis ball launcher and the dog that retrieved the ball during an episode of the Johnny Carson Show. Shortly after, dog trainers and canine clubs began using the device.…

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Frisbee – As people have urbanized, the majority of their dogs have become primarily companion animals. Their actual working tasks have ceased (along with mental and physical exertion), which is why they were originally bred. Frisbee It’s essential for us…

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The Formation of Agility Agility. In 1978, one of the organizers of the Birmingham Dog Show, John Varley, wanted to entertain the audience during breaks with something special and never-before-seen. He invited Peter Meanwell, an equestrian officer, who created a…

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Mantrailing Mantrailing or person tracking is a dog sport that is not well-known in Europe yet but is widely popular in the field of service dogs worldwide. Its basis – searching for missing or escaped individuals with the help of…

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Dog tricks

As well as being a lot of fun, teaching different dog tricks is also very good for the dog-owner relationship. And there are plenty of compliments to be won while practising at the dog run! Touching the pointer Dog tricks…

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