Beginners, Advanced Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced, Competition, and Vintage Dog Classes
If you have an active dog, then you will like agility classes because it teaches dogs how to listen to you and have fun at the same time.
Just for Fun Agility classes. All the fun of dog agility, but none of the challenges of competition.
Competition Agility classes. Competition is like whipped cream on a triple expresso. It’s an invitation to take part with a whole lot of people who love the agility game and want to share it with others.
Vintage Dog Agility classes. Vintage dogs are “aged to perfection.” They might not see as well, move as easily, or hear like they did, but they still want to go and have fun. Two-inch and four-inch jumps, tunnels, and hoops keep dogs active and loving the senior dog life.
Meet other dog lovers just like you who want small group classes that give you personal attention and keep-it-simple-and-successful instruction.
What will you learn?
Stuff that matters to you and your dog
What to do or say
Easy ways to have your dog listen to you
How to perform agility obstacles, different handling moves, and run a course
Simple ways to keep your dog from pushing your hot button
Beginning Dog Agility
Introduces dogs to obstacles such as jumps, tunnels, hoops, dog walk, a-frame, and weave poles