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“Aroooooo!” Alright you guys!
Today we are finally doing the DIY
Agility Jumps for dogs! Were gonna show you
the simplest way that we know
to make your own jumps That you can have in your backyard and
practice with your dogs! I’m gonna put links down in the video description
to all the things here! We also have a blog post down below, where we
show exactly what we’re doing. (To the dogs)
What you think?
Daddy’s here and is gonna help us! (Jamie)
You wanna help Memphis? (Memphis talks)
“I’m gonna jump the jumps!”
(Laughter) Let’s get to it! The basics of what you are gonna need,
we’re making blue jumps. We need… Two (2) five (5′) foot long, white PVC pipes.
Two (2) five (5′) foot long, any color you want. We need two (2) of the little ‘3 Ways.’
We need six (6) caps. Measuring tape,
PVC cutter. Makes it the easiest cutter! Marker to mark your lines and this! This is the ‘Clip And Go’ Agility.
This is for measuring your bar. You can get these at
ClipAndGoAgility.com Not sponsored, just thought was cool cause
they are made in Michigan! (Jamie)
You may need a donut for energy! (Jessica)
Donut for energy? (Memphis talks)
“Daddy! I need a donut for energy!” (Jamie)
Memphis thinks so, thought!
Donuts for energy!
Totally need that! (Memphis talks)
“We need that donut!”
“I’ll do anything for that donut!” (Memphis talks)
“We do six (6) jumps in a row for donut?” (Jamie)
Have a little piece!
(Laughter) The first two (2) bars we’re gonna do,
is the ground bar and the jump bar. They both need to be forty seven (47″) inches.
Where making a mark on both of them,
then we’re cutting them. This is, our PVC pipe cutter.
Cut, cut, cut, cut! (Jessica)
Alright! We will see how it works! (Jamie)
And… Chop! (Jessica)
Is not perfectly straight, but probably
will get better. (Jessica)
Nice job! These blue bars are actually being
turned in the uprights and the legs. The uprights, both need to be thirty six (36″) inches.
We’re gonna make those and cut them first. Now, we’re cutting the legs.
We’re going to cut these, both into two (2)
nine (9″) inch pieces. Now, we have the jump bars and the ground bars.
Two (2) uprights, the legs and everything else,
we need to put together. We’re showing you, how to assemble this! I’m gonna show you, how to put these
together now. Woo! Maybe! Take this piece (3 ways)
and put it here. Then, this piece (3 ways)
and put it over here. These were the feet that we cut.
Put them here. We have to press it down
It helps! Put there… (To Oakley)
Are you helping Oakley?
You are such a good helper! Will put there… And put there…
On a side note, you can glue them together
if you want to. I’m not going to. Place the long ones there…
One goes here! Then, we place the little caps that we bought.
These are to protect the edges, so you don’t
want sharp edges. I need a hammer… (Jamie)
Yeah! Once I get it quicker… (Jessica)
Got some of the feets… (Jamie)
What do you say?
Maybe twenty ($20) dollars in pipes? Only because we bought colorful pipes,
you could probably get the same amouth of pipe
for ten ($10) bucks? (Jessica)
That really wasn’t much! (Jamie)
I was gonna say that was the biggest
These are the jump caps and I will show you
what they really do, in a minute. What we did before, is that we measured out
like twenty seven (27″) inches up,
from the ground with this attached. We’re gonna clip this cap right here.
Right below… Clip that up…
(Snap noises) (Jamie)
So that clip goes at twenty seven (27″) inches? (Jessica)
OK! Then, we clip this one!
(Snap sounds) (Jamie)
Which is actually, only a couple of inches
from the button there… (Jessica)
Then, the reason you want these,
is because you know exactly, how many inches your pipes are being set.
There it is! (Jamie)
We did it!
Who wants to jump in? (Jamie whistles to the dogs) (Jessica)
Come here girls!
Go jump! (To Shelby)
You did it!
(Laughter) ♪ ♪ ♪ Shelby jump! Good girl! Who said this is exercise for the dogs? (Jamie)
Jump! Jump! (Jessica)
Ohh! ♪ ♪ ♪ (Jessica)
She knew what to do! ♪ ♪ ♪ She’s still learning! ♪ ♪ ♪ (Memphis talks)
“I know how to do it!” Good job! ♪ ♪ ♪ (Memphis talks)
“I really know how to do it and this is like learning!” Good job!
Still much learning! ♪ ♪ ♪ Jump! Good job Memphis! Aww! You are so cute! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (Jessica)
Come on Oakley!
Jump! Good girl! Good job!
You did it! ♪ ♪ ♪ Jump Oakley!
Jump! Jump! Look at that jump!
You did so good! Good job! Now, we have worn out Huskys! With six (6) new jumps! Alright you guys!
We hope you enjoyed this DIY video and now,
that you know how to make your own jumps, since some of you are wondering how to actually
make your dogs to do the jumps. Let us knows in the comments below,
if you think we should do a step by step video
on how we talk our dogs to do the jumps. Everybody trains their dogs differently,
but I will show you how we did it and maybe
that will help you in training your dogs how to do it. What you think? Think we should do that?
I think we should do that fun training video?
Let us know down in the comments below! Alright you guys!
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