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Hi Karen:)

Sounds like you guy's had some great fun:D

It is brilliant to do this type of dog training and so rewarding:)

Couple this with the environment you and your dog have to work in and the feeling when your dog finds the person your looking for....:cool:

I worked for three months with the RAF Search & Rescue Teams and trained 3 dog's who were then placed with member's of the S&R Team:)

Do you think it might be something you want to do...:)

Mick:)
 

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Look forward to it:)......quick question, what are most of the surfaces on the A Frame, Dog Walk, See Saw etc covered/painted with these days? I have bought some Rubber Based non slip paint made by Coo Var and a number of Obstacle builder's seem to use it....what have you come across it?

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Yeah:) we seem to have moved on from the Quartz Sand mixed with paint.... a little to abrasive.

I did look at a rubber matting but it would cost around £150 to cover the A Frame bit to pricey seeing as I only paid £60 for all materials needed to build it:)

But this Coo Var looks good:)

Mick:)
 
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