Find an example of a Jump in the above picture. There are single and double jumps in most formal agility competitions. Many dogs are natural jumpers, while others have to learn how to jump.
The Pipe Tunnel
The next photo shows an example of the Pipe Tunnel. The pipe tunnel is taught by squishing the tunnel until it looks like a hole and then gradually opening it up to full length.
The Dogwalk looks like a large balance beam with ramps on both ends. Some dogs are able to cross this obstacle with amazing speed.
This is an example of the Tire. The height of the tire is moved to fit the height of the other jumps.
The Weave Polls
The Weave Poles are probably the most difficult obstacle to teach. Once a dog has mastered the weaves, he can whip through it remarkably fast.
Collapse Tunnel or Chute
The Collapse Tunnel, or Chute is no longer used and has been retired from all agility venues.