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Newbie Agility

Newbie Agility is for beginners who have either never tried agility before or have not completed using all the equipment. We offer a rosette system for each section you complete. Your dog will learn to conquer jump skills, run through tunnels independently, balance over contact equipment comprising A-frame, Dogwalk and Seesaw, weave through twelve upright poles-all to build up speed and confidence. As a handler, you will learn the required skills to guide your dog around the course. You and your dog will form a special bond and trust for each other. It will provide much fun and certainly improve your relationship. It is recommended that you have a basic focus and control over your dog. If not it would be better to attend the Puppy Skillz/Foundation courses before you start.

Graduate Agility

Once you have completed Newbie Agility, you can move on to Graduate Agility where you will spend time learning more difficult handling skills and work on distance and speed. You will be completing larger courses and understanding how to walk them, achieving more focus and control from your dog.

Competition Agility

These classes are for people that are competing already or who want to start competing. You will learn what is expected in a show ring. There will be preparation to help you as well as pointing you in the right direction about how to find and enter shows. Courses will be more challenging, helping to identify areas that need work with you and your dog. All classes are open to any age. We also offer junior handling classes separately. (See Page) Dogs must be over one year old to take part and be in a fit and healthy condition. We offer daytime and evening classes up to a maximum of six dogs plus one-to-one and two-to-one lessons. Please contact us to find out more about class times.