Well I took a well earned day off to head to Crufts on the Friday and try and take in as many sights as I could (a day is not enough!). My first port of call was straight to the main arena to catch the agility as I had a number of friends competing in classes and I just had to get to see them on the famous green carpet (which is causing so many discussions at the moment over its safety for agility competitions). I got to see some fantastic dogs and handlers running a variety of different courses and I was not disappointed. What an amazing atmosphere and some great commentary being given as well for those that do not know about agility. I watched three amazing classes and although my friends did not do as well as they’d hoped it is just an amazing achievement to even qualify for Crufts. its something dog handlers and trainers dream of whether its agility, flyball, obedience, heelwork to music and of course best in show.