Sport

Canicross

It is a sport where a runner and a dog are connected by a harness and a treadmill belt with a 2m long cushioning cord, which is firmly attached at one end to the belt and the other end by a special carabiner behind the dog's harness. It is always a runner with one dog. Today, there are a number of canicrosus races around the world. The difficulty of the races varies, all enthusiasts can choose theirs, whether they are beginners, advanced or professional canicrossars. The routes are divided into sprint up to 5km, mid up to 10km and long up to 10km. We discovered our enthusiasm for this sport in 2014, when we participated in several races during this season and we even made it to the European Championships in 2016, held in Nové Město na Moravě.

                                           Scooter

It is a sport where a scooter is connected to one or two dogs by means of a harness and a shock-absorbing cord, 2.8 m long, which is fixed at one end to the scooter, threaded through a special eye and the other end, a special carabiner to the dog's harness. Today, there are a number of scooter races around the world. The difficulty of the races varies, all enthusiasts can choose theirs, whether they are beginners, advanced or professional scooters. The routes are differently difficult and of different lengths. Enthusiasm for this sport came with the acquisition of our first professional scooter, in December 2016, the Doxtor brand, made to measure, to order.

                                       Bikejöring

It is a sport where a cyclist is connected to one dog, using a harness and a shock-absorbing cord, 2.8 m long, which is attached firmly with one end to the bike, threaded through a special eye on the bike and the other end, a special carabiner to the dog's harness. Today, there are a number of bikejoring competitions around the world. The difficulty of the races varies, all enthusiasts can choose theirs, whether they are beginners, advanced or professional bikers. The routes are differently difficult and of different lengths. Enthusiasm for this sport came with the first start in the Iron Dog races, a triathlon that has been held every year for several years, which we have won.


Coursing

Not only the Weimaraner, but in general the hound is born with the innate qualities of a hunter. That is why coursing discipline is so popular with them. This is a sport where the dog is released on a track of various lengths, either released alone as an individual or in pairs with his sparring partner. Before each start a rope is stretched, which ends with a winch and after releasing the dog (s) is wound from the start to the finish and begins with a tassel, where there is usually some real rabbit skin, which is hunted by dogs and it is always a reward that the dog catches up / catches at the end of the run. If there is a coursing track somewhere near your home and your dog finds a liking for this sport, don't hesitate to try it together. All our dogs have tried coursing and they really like it and by the way it is an amazing activity, how you get tired of your pet.