Join Date: May 2010
Location: Alberta, Canada
So I got to see our new baby (won't have him for a lil over a month yet) (I would post pics, but need the 20 post count sadly)
But then after someone on another forum I go to posted about all sorts of animals and doing agillity training stuff... It got me wondering...
I would assume the mental/physical health benefits of doing this kind of thing would be good (increased activity and mental stimulation)
Is it possible to train chins to do some form of agillity training?
If so, how do you go about it? Does anyone know a site that could help?
Also, I would assume you wait until after you've bonded, but would there be an age most appropriate? I would assume not too young to avoid injury or at least choosing age appropriate things to do (like a baby just doing the tube thing)
Any ideas? I have a ton of cardboard and after seeing a mouse agility course that was amazing, I thought it could work. After all, the board could be secured enough but still its light enough to not hurt if it fell....
5 betta fish: 2 CT males (Kai and Amp), 2 VT males (Sin and Poi), 1 PK female (Uda)
2 rosehair tarantulas: 18 yr old Female (Tiberius), 10 yr old male (Tyrus)
bearded dragon: 10 mos old male (Altair)
Soon to be chinchilla