DOGICA® is loading!























Copyright by Barrymore, Kai Levy and ZERenish © 2014-2021
DOG PARKOUR
All materials on DOGICA® pages
respectfully belong to its legal rights owners
All images used only as illustrations

Find the author of any image with TINEYE

If you are a legal rights owner and would like
to add, update or remove your material.

BY USING THIS SITE YOU ARE AGREE ON:
DOGICA® respects your privacy
and does not collect any personal data cookies
and does not sell any of your private data,
but 3rd Party cookies could be collected
by various installed here widgets.

The information contained in or provided
through DOGICA® site is intended for general
consumer understanding and education only
and is not intended to be and is not a substitute
for professional advice. Use of this site and any
information contained on or provided through
this site is at your own risk and any information
contained on or provided through this site
is provided on an "as is" basis without any
representations or warranties or pay.
DOGICA® Cookies Policy and Regulations

SEARCH DOGICA®
DOGICA® 3D World of Dog & Puppy

DOG PARKOUR















DOG PARKOUR

















DOG PARKOUR - by ALEX & JUMPY

Dog extreme parkour training, jump, run
Dog sport, parkour, city urban dogs
Dog endurance and urban agility
Teach your dog parkour
Indoor & Outdoor dog parkour






DOG PARKOUR
WHAT IS PARKOUR ?
This article proudly presented by
WWW.DOGUESHOP.COM
and
WWW.WIKIPEDIA.ORG
and
WWW.WELIVE
INAFLAT.COM

and
WWW.DOGICA.COM

DOG PARKOUR

Parkour (pronounced par-coor) is a military (human) based training discipline which combines running, jogging, jumping, climbing, swinging, vaulting, and rolling to quickly, efficiently, and most of all safely, finish an urban obstacle course. The objective is to maintain as much momentum as possible without failing the obstacle or injuring one's self.

DOG PARKOUR - by ALEX & JUMPY

Parkour is a holistic training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from A to B in the most efficient way possible.

DOG PARKOUR

This is done using only the human body and the surroundings for propulsion, with a focus on maintaining as much momentum as possible while still remaining safe. Parkour can include obstacle courses, running, climbing, swinging, vaulting, jumping, rolling, quadrupedal movement, and the like, depending on what movement is deemed most suitable for the given situation.

DOG PARKOUR

Parkour is an activity that can be practiced alone or with others. Although it can be practiced in any location, it is usually practiced in urban spaces. Parkour involves seeing one's environment in a new way, and imagining the potentialities for navigating it by movement around, across, through, over and under its features.

DOG PARKOURDOG PARKOUR INFOGRAM

Developed in France, primarily by Raymond Belle, David Belle, and Sebastien Foucan during the late 1980s, Parkour became popular in the late 1990s and 2000s through films, documentaries, and advertisements featuring these practitioners and others.

DOG PARKOUR - by TRET

Parkour is becoming a recognised sport with events, competitions, and official teams around the world, although this is controversial as many practitioners are philosophically opposed to competition.

DOG PARKOUR

Parkour has been adapted to dogs, and is rapidly growing in popularity; therefore, we decided to innovate and offer dog owners a chance to learn, teach, and practice this awesome activity.

DOG PARKOUR INFOGRAPHICS

Canine Urban Parkour is by far the best physical and mental stimulation one can offer their pet!


DOG PARKOUR

Canine Urban Agility
Urban Agility is a method of exercising your dog using public structural components and park furniture. Training with your dog to sit, trot along or jump over obstacles found in the urban environment helps with improving the dog's agility and providing positive mental stimulation for the dog. When trained positively, the dog should gain greater confidence with navigating these obstacles. Conversely, a bad experience such as suffering a fall can possibly take away a dog's confidence and engender fear.








TRET - PARKOUR DOG FROM UKRAINE
TRET - PARKOUR DOG
FROM UKRAINE

This article proudly presented by
WWW.TRET
TRAINING.COM

and
WWW.DOGICA.COM



VISIT TRET's YOUTUBE CHANNEL


TRET - PARKOUR DOG FROM UKRAINE

TRET's VIDEOS ONLINE:

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

Watch dog and puppy video

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!


WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



DOG PARKOUR VIDEO 1



DOG PARKOUR VIDEO 2









DOG PARKOUR
PARKOUR DOGS WORLDWIDE
This article proudly presented by
WWW.DOGPARKOUR.SE
and
WWW.DOGICA.COM

ALEXANDER & JUMPY FROM RUSSIA

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



CHRIS & KATERINA JENSEN FROM CANADA


DOG PARKOUR VIDEO



PARKOUR DOGS FROM SWEDEN

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



TESSI - PARKOUR DOG FROM RUSSIA

Watch dog and puppy video

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



GERDA - PARKOUR DOG FROM UKRAINE

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



MASCOT - PARKOUR DOG FROM HAWAII

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


Watch dog and puppy video








TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR
TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR!
This article proudly presented by
WWW.WELIVEIN
AFLAT.COM

and
WWW.TRET
TRAINING.COM

and
WWW.TRAINING
WITHOMAR.COM

and
WWW.DOGUESHOP.COM

Urban Agility (Dog Parkour) for Teeter Fears
There are probably quite a few of you out there that have done agility long enough to encounter the dreaded teeter monster of agility class lore. Some of your dogs may be convinced that it is a obstacle specifically designed to destroy their very being where others of you are anxiously awaiting that fateful day when your dog first encounters the teeter of doom.
Well, there is good news for you!

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

It is completely possible to use the skills you might learn in Urban Agility to help your dog learn that the teeter isn't a scary obstacle and could even be considered FUN! It takes just a few simple steps and once you have these well mastered, you should be well on your way to a fast, confident teeter performance.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

The things that scare most dogs about the teeter is that it MOVES (gasp, that can't be good! I'm going to fall to my doom!) and it makes NOISE (things that make noise have been scientifically proven to eat dogs, don't you know??). We can use this knowledge to design a plan that teaches our dogs that things that move and make noise are good.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

Are you ready for that? Good.
1) Teach your dog to stand on things. At this point they should be things that are solid and won't move when he steps or jumps onto them. Good objects to look for are stairs, platforms, walls, loading docks, etc. Repeat until he is confidently jumping on everything you ask of him.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

2) Gradually introduce objects that move. Start with things that move a VERY LITTLE bit and don't make noise when they do so. This can be things like cardboard boxes, laundry baskets, etc. Be sure the object is appropriate for his size, and is safe. You can gradually increase the movement of these objects. Little kid toys with wheels seem to work very well (and you end up with some pretty cute tricks too!). Reinforce your dog everytime he gets onto one of these objects and it moves.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

3) Teach your dog that making noise is a good thing. Teach your dog to knock over or touch objects that might make some noise. Good things for this are tarps, bags, mugs, water bottles etc. Remember to reinforce with delicious treats or a fun game every time he makes noise. Gradually find things that make more noise. We have found placing metal objects inside other metal objects makes the most racket.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

4) Now combine the two skills. Find objects that both make noise AND move. Be creative here and try to find as many different objects as possible. The more things you find, the more comfortable your dog is going to be when introduced to a teeter. It will simply be one of those "weird things that move and bang around to give me cookies."

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

5) Find teeter like objects. Be sure to find objects that move like a teeter. Placing a pool noodle under a board will do this, as well as finding a seesaw at your local playground.

TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR

6) Repeat this WHOLE process with a real teeter. Teach your dog to walk on a plank, then teach him to make it make noise, and to move it, then put the moving and the noise together at a low height. Gradually increase the height until you can show off how much your dog loves the full teeter to all of your very jealous friends. The more work you do in the previous steps, the faster this one will go, so do your homework!

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR
INDOOR & OUTDOOR DOG PARKOUR CLASSES
by WWW.ADVENTURE
UNLEASHED.ORG

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!


OUTDOOR DOG PARKOUR CLASSES

WATCH DOG & PUPPY VIDEO !!!
WATCH DOG PARKOUR VIDEO !!!



Visit these sites for more tips, techniques & classes
on teaching your dog urban style city parkour:

WWW.WELIVEIN
AFLAT.COM



WWW.TRET
TRAINING.COM



WWW.TRAININGWITHOMAR.COM


WWW.DOGUESHOP.COM



DOG PARKOUR VIDEO 1



TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR


DOG PARKOUR VIDEO 2



TEACH YOUR DOG PARKOUR





YOU MIGHT BE
INTERESTED IN

DOG PARKS SKATEBOARDING DOGS DOG TRICKS





1000 CUTE PUPPIES! :o)


All images on DOGICA® pages used only as illustrations. Find the author of any image with TINEYE

All materials on DOGICA® pages respectfully belong to its legal rights owners

CONTACT DOGICA®
If you are a legal rights owner and would like
to add, update or remove your material.


BY USING THIS SITE
YOU ARE AGREE ON:


DOGICA® respects your privacy
and does not collect any personal data cookies
and does not sell any of your private data,
but 3rd Party cookies could be collected
by various installed here widgets.

The information contained in or provided
through DOGICA® site is intended for general
consumer understanding and education only
and is not intended to be and is not a substitute
for professional advice. Use of this site and any
information contained on or provided through
this site is at your own risk and any information
contained on or provided through this site
is provided on an "as is" basis without any
representations or warranties or pay.


WANT MORE? VISIT DOGICA® HOMEPAGE
Copyright by Barrymore, Kai Levy and ZERenish © / ® All rights reserved worldwide.

® All rights reserved worldwide ©


THANK YOU, FOR VISITING DOGICA® !