Agility Classes – Fall 2015

Fall Session #1
Intro to Trialing Tuesday 7 – 9 pm Sept 8 – Oct 20, 2015
$100 for 7 weeks

Limited space in this class. Please register early.
We are excited to offer this Intro to Trialing class for our many students who have completed Level 2 agility and are looking to continue. This class is for anyone who is hoping to learn more about agility, wanting to learn how agility trials work and setting goals to prepare you to compete one day. Experienced handlers, with green dogs, are welcome too! Each week we will set up a course, walk it, discuss it, and run it. You may choose to work on a specific sequence or do the whole course. We will offer feedback & instruction to help you work through training goals. Students will help with set up, learning how courses are set up and will be expected to help take down equipment at the end of the class too.
Dogs will be crated or in your car.

Requirements: Level 2 Obedience and Level 2 Agility (or equivalent). Must be able to sequence 5-6 pcs

Level 1 Agility Saturday 12-1 pm Sept 5 – Oct 24 (no class Oct 3rd)

$100 for 7 weeks

Requirements: Level 2 Obedience (or equivalent)

Course Analysis Saturday 2:00-3:30 pm Sept 5 – Oct 24 (no class Oct 3rd)

$100 for 7 weeks

Limited space in this class. Please register early.

We are excited to offer a course analysis class for those who have been trialing or are working towards trialing. We will set up a new course each week, discuss options and run the course too! Students will be asked to help with set up and take down, since we will have full courses set up.

Dogs will be crated or in your car.

Requirements: Level 2 Obedience and Level 2 Agility (or equivalent). Must be able to sequence 5-6 pcs

Fall Session #2

Jump Grid Class

Class Starts 1st week of November: Date & Time TBA

$100 for 7 weeks

Requirements: Level 2 Obedience and Level 2 Agility (or equivalent).

This is a MUST class for anyone whose dog plays agility casually, at home, in demos or competitively. This class will focus on teaching the dog & handler how their dog should stride, how to jump on an agility course and how to set these grids up properly for your specific dog. It is so important to teach a dog how to approach a jump, when to to take off, when to land and how to shift their weight in relation to the jumping pattern. This can also help with injury prevention. A video camera and a dog crate will be needed for this class. All dogs must be able to be crated.

Limited space in this class. Please register early.

Level 2 Agility

Class Starts 1st week of November: Date & Time TBA

$100 for 7 weeks

Requirements: Level 2 Obedience and Level 1 Agility (or equivalent).

Other Classes:

Please let us know if there is a specific class you would like us to offer this session.

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