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Playgrounds for Dogs - Lars Laj Agility Course

Playgrounds for dogs with the specially designed agility equipment will not only make your furry friend happy but also help you keeping him in good shape. Dogs will never get bored with Lars Laj obstacle course! 

Dog agility by Lars Laj

We can help you in selecting the right equipment to design the fantastic playground for dogs’ entertainment. Check below our ideas for exercising with your dog:

  • AGILITY JUMP BARS SET

    Dogs love jumping by nature! Depending on the dog’s height and abilities, you can choose one of three different heights for training.

  • AGILITY HIGH and MINI JUMP BARS

    To tackle the obstacle a dog should jump over the bars one by one.

  • AGILITY MINI STEPPING PLATFORMS

    To perform the exercise right a dog can step or jump on the pods. The pods change in height.

    Lars Laj Agility Obstacle Course

  • AGILITY A-FRAME RAMP

    A dog can walk or run up to the top of the ramp and descend to the other side. The bottom areas of the ramp are “contact areas” which a dog should touch with a paw before running up or down to correcly complete the agility task.

  • AGILITY WALK RAMP

    A dog can walk or run up the ramp, then along the top of the plank and down the other side of the plank. Similarly as with an a-frame ramp, the bottom areas of the ramp are “contact areas” which a dog should touch with a paw before running up or down to complete the agility task.

  • AGILITY SEESAW

    A dog can walk or run up the seesaw, move along until the seesaw tilts over to the other end. The bottom areas of the seesaw are “contact areas” which a dog should touch with a paw before running up or down to complete the agility task.


  • AGILITY DOUBLE HOOP JUMP

    A dog should jump through the hoop without touching it.

  • AGILITY WEAVE POLES

    It is the best to start with just 6 poles. It is generally required that a dog should enter from the right side of the first pole at top speed and exit to the left side of the last. A dog should weave through each pole as quickly as he can and stay as close to the center line as possible.

  • AGILITY TUNNEL

    It is rather the easiest obstacle so it’s a good starting point. A dog should run at full speed to the entrance of the tunnel, then run through it and exit quickly.

    Below you can find our proposal how the obstacle course for dogs can be designed. Check the plandrawing and get inspired!

Lars Laj Dog Agility Course Plandrawing