Fargo Is Back From the World Dog Agility Championships!
Unfortunately, team USA didn’t win the championship, but it doesn’t matter whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game. In addition to that, Fargo hurt his toe a month ago, so he wasn’t able to train (and push the limit.) or go to trials too much. Anyway, we will support them and cross our fingers next year as well!

This Border Collie is well known in the agility community and among lovers of dog sports. Fargo trains a lot with her human mum Kathy and wears the Health & Activity Dog Tracker every day to see how she gets on during training and if she gets enough sleep and rest.

As preparations for the World Dog Agility Championships Fargo was competing at the American Kennel Club National Championship. He had three clean runs in the preliminary rounds and made it into the finals as the #3 seed, out of almost 400 dogs in their jump height! Unfortunately, Fargo knocked a bar in the finals. Anyway, he had the fastest time of any dogs in all heights and divisions.

Except for the National Championship, Fargo and his human company spent a few days sightseeing and hiking in Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma.

We are glad that Actijoy was part of preparations for the World Dog Agility Championships. Even your dog can feel like a contestant with the best care possible. The Actijoy solution consists of 3 interconnected devices, which measure activity and food & water intake, so you can see how is your doggy doing 24/7 thanks to the Actijoy App. Take care as a professional.


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Please note: all dogs should be treated as individuals. The Actijoy™ blog is for educational and entertainment purposes only. In the case of emergency, always seek qualified healthcare from a local veterinarian or emergency facility. Actijoy™ blogs are not designed to treat, diagnose, or prescribe medication for your pet.

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