Ideally, you shouldn’t use the exact same routine. A warm-up routine should be adapted to the needs of different dog sports, and the more physically demanding the upcoming activity is the longer the warm-up needs to be! Therefore, a proper warm-up should include exercises that mimic the motions which will happen during the activity later on.
Secondly, the warm-up routine also mentally prepares you and your dog. A unique warm-up routine is not only required to meet the specific physical needs of the dog sport you are about to undertake but also to provide the best mental stimulation for the upcoming activity.
But, if your dog participates in dogfrisbee, flyball or any other explosive type of sport, you can still join the course and learn all about the warming up / cooling down field! The knowledge you will gain will also enable you to modify the agility routine that is presented to fit the needs of your own dog sport.
If your dog participates in Obedience though, you can take a look at our Warm-up / Cool-down routine for Obedience.