Agility Class
  • Dogs must be at least 1 year of age.
  • Dogs must have completed our Beginner Obedience class or pass a proficiency evaluation conducted by one of our training professionals.
  • Current on all vaccinations including Bordetella
  • Upcoming Classes

  • Starting March 7th @ 6:15 p.m. with B.J Hicks
Agility is currently the fastest growing dog sport in the country. Dogs sail over jumps, scurry through tunnels, scramble over A-frames and seesaws, and wind through weave poles all through dog and handler communication. Agility is a great, fun way to strengthen the bond between the handler and dog, increase communication, help your dog build confidence, and have the best time with each other.

We have one of the best agility instructors in the area and our classes are built to help the experienced handler or current agility participants improve on their handling skills and help the dog improve, and for any Beginner person who may be interested in getting involved in the sport.

We have a full sized agility field with AKC regulated equipment and space inside in case of weather interference.

Classes: classes are weekly unless there are Agility Trials within the area- we will communicate when class will NOT be held!

Advanced/Intermediate Agility- for experienced handlers and current agility showers only (Open-Masters level)

$15 per class per dog…………………Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m.- DROP IN ONLY

$50- 4 Agility Drop In sessions (can be used either day, drops price to $12.50/class)

Beginner Agility - for participants at the beginner level of agility (Novice) and people new to the sport. Dogs must have completed a Beginner Obedience Class or have a proficiency evaluation conducted by one of our instructors before entering this class.

$150 +tax for a 6 week class ………………….. Starting August 17th at 6:15 p.m.

Training FAQ

Why does my dog have to have obedience training before we can take agility class? I'm really only interested in agility.

We totally understand your enthusiasm for agility! It looks like so much fun, right? But in order for your dog to "get" agility, he must have a solid foundation in obedience.


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