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Intro to Agility

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    Upcoming Classes

    • Saturday November 18th @ 4:30PM

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    For: Dogs 5 months or older. Great for dogs that need an energy-outlet or owners looking to get into competitive agility. No pre-requisite but a good sit-stay is very helpful!

    Duration: 6 week course.
    Price: $150
    Introduce your family pet to the fun and exciting sport of Dog Agility! Our systematic approach is perfect for beginners looking for an engaging energy outlet for their dogs and provides a perfect continuation for dogs that have completed our Obedience I course. We use modified Agility equipment (approximately half the size of competition equipment) and break down the obstacles on-leash to make it easy for owner and dog to learn their way through a full course. Obstacles include: jumps, hoops, tunnels, weave poles, A-frames, tables, teeter-totters, dog-walks, and more! Interested in Competition Agility? Ask about our Advance Agility lessons!

    You will need: Veterinary record of vaccinations. Regular collar, 4' or 6' leather or nylon leash (no retractable leashes, choke chains or choke leads). 2 - 3 flavors of small, soft training treats, treat-pouch (highly recommended), comfortable footwear (no heels or sandals), bottled water for yourself (you'll be active and moving about!).

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    Class Length: 6 weeks, 1 hour per week
    Training Prerequisites: None; but completion of Level 1 or 2 is recommended
    Restrictions: 5 months of age minimum for Small breeds, 11 months of age for dogs that grow to adult weight of 50 lbs+
    Behavioral Considerations: Consult a trainer if you have an aggressive dog or believe your dog may have behavioral issues that require special attention.
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