Who can attend classes?
Any dog and breed as long as they are over a year old and are able (after training) to complete the agility obstacles safely, oh yeah; they need to bring along their human too.
Special accommodations can be made for puppies; but their exercises and drills will be adjusted to be age appropriate.
How do we train?
New to Agility? What to bring to your first class!
- A 4-6 foot leash (no flexies please)
- A flat well fitted collar (no choke chains or martingales – they can get stuck on the equipment).
- A toy or two that your dog loves
- A bowl and water for your dog
- Lots of small bite size treats that your dog (popular choices are cut up wieners, zukes, cut up natures balance rolls, some people even make their own low cal options from baby food!)
Why do agility?
- Learn a common language between you and your dog.
- Build an strong bond.
- Show off some really cool tricks to show off to your non-agility friends.
- Meet some incredible people,
- Exercise your dog in a way that will tire both his body and mind.
- and most of all ...Have a lot of fun!
I need to cancel…
For a Full Refund, please notify us within 24 hours of completing your first lesson for any reason. After that a refund will only be issued if we are able to fill your spot and will be pro-rated accordingly.
My dogs snarls/is scared/barks a lot…
Please contact us if your dog displays any of the following:
- Leash reactivity (barking, pulling/lunging on leash towards other dogs and people)
- Aggression towards other dogs or people
- Anxiety/Fear towards other dogs or people
- Consistent barking
We may able to accommodate a mildly reactive dog in our class, but only if they have worked with a trainer on these issues so the dog and handler know how to effectively manage these behaviours in a group class environment.