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What is Flyball?

If you've never seen dogs competing in flyball, you have definitely missed a treat! A relatively new dog sport, the first tournament was held in 1983. However, it caught on quickly, thanks in part to a demonstration on The Tonight Show early in flyball's history. Now, flyball is a very popular dog sport, with thousands of dogs and hundreds of clubs all over the world.

What is Flyball?
In a nutshell, flyball is a relay hurdle race between two teams of dogs. So where does the ball come in? Actually, if you watch a flyball competition, you have to look carefully to find the ball! Each dog races over jumps, catches a ball from an automated box, and returns over the same jumps with the ball. It all happens so fast, though, that we humans can barely follow the action.
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Featured Breed -

English Setter

The English Setter At a Glance
Recognized By AKC
Country of Origin England
Life Expectancy 10 - 15 yrs
Height Range 22 - 27 in
Weight Range 40 - 80 lbs
Colors White base coat with even flecking all over preferred. Flecks may be blue, orange, lemon, or liver. Tri colors are blue beltons with tan points. Field variety is more prone to patching.
Trainability Very trainable as long as a soft hand is used. Perceived as stubborn by those using a heavy-handed training method.
With Children Excellent. Very tolerant. Very high bite inhibition
With Animals Excellent with other animals except, of course, birds and rodents
Climate Comparable to humans
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor as they bond very tightly to their family
Exercise Reqd Fenced yard. Active as puppies but bench variety is calm in the house as adults. Field bred variety much more active
Grooming Reqd Field bred dogs need minimal grooming. Bench variety need routine grooming appointments
English Setter Information
The English setter is believed to have originated in England about 400 years ago. The field variety was primarily developed in America by Mr. Llwyellin. The bench variety was developed in this country by Mr. Laverack. The field variety is smaller both in height and weight than the bench variety. Both will usually hunt. The field variety, however, has a much higher energy level and is suitable for hunters on horse back as they range fairly far. The bench is more of a gentleman's hunting companion as he will usually not range far and is more suitable for hunters on foot. English setters are easily house trained. Like most puppies, they tend to chew when young. Like most sporting dogs, they should be taught to come relably when called before any attempts to let them off of a leash. This is a very soft, sensitive breed and does best with similar training methods. The English setter is, in general, a robust dog not commonly afflicted with ailments. The only problems relatively common to the breed are deafness, hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia. Judious breeding by conscientious breeders has decreased the incidence of these problems in many lines of English setters. Prospective buyers should ask if parents have had their hearing BAER (Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response) tested and their hips and elbows evaluated by the OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals). The English setter has maintained a very faithful following in many countries because of the breed's lovely disposition. The English setter is a wonderful family dog.

Information courtesy of Kaliber English Setters
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Dog Question of the Week

Some answers to last week's question:
Do you think dogs can read our emotions?
This Week's Question:
What is your dog's favorite game to play?
Totally... they seem to know when we need their affection the most, or when we are in a good mood and want to play.
Joelle from Kinston, NC, USA
I don't think they so much read our emotions as it is them responding to the way we act or when our routines or way of behaving changes, then they notice something is different.
Will from Aberdeen, TX, USA
of course, body movements are words to dogs, our emotions can show all over us...and dogs read that, have great sense of energy
Debi from pilot mtn., NC, USA
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