You will receive a complete email confirmation a few days before your class begins.
Sport Dog Prep is the first class to take. If you don’t see a class on the registration page, be patient. We update the class schedule often.
Yes. We encourage you to take your dog to training classes in a variety of places so that they can get used to working with you around many different types of distractions.
You may join our Online Canine Mind Games or contact us to schedule a private lesson.
Yes, you may bring a guest with you to enjoy your class. If you have 2 people who would both like to handle the dog, you may alternate exercises in class and practice the alternate exercises at home during the week.
Yes, your dog needs a safe place where they clearly understand they can rest.
If your dog’s crate is too big and heavy you may bring a soft crate or an x pen.
If your dog is not crate trained here is a good place to start: https://get.crategames.com/?_ga=2.223146194.877711556.1617604460-2112698711.1617080490
Please let your instructor know that you will be missing a class so they may give you extra homework. Unfortunately we do not currently offer make up classes.
Yes. We encourage you to move on at your dog’s pace, enjoying the journey.
9-12 months of weekly classes and at least 15 minutes of practice everyday.
Once you register for a Beginning Agility class, you will stay in the same class on the same day and time, with the same people and instructor for 9-12 months.
Send us an email and we can schedule an evaluation: firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit Card payments are accepted for on-going classes. All other classes must be paid for on the website before class begins.
Up to 8 dogs.
Yes, she can come with pants on.
You are welcome to come and watch our classes, respecting the class that is in progress. Please email us at email@example.com to schedule a time to come.
Flat collars/martingales are the preferred collar to wear during class. Harnesses are dangerous as they may get snagged on the equipment. Agility is an off leash dog sport, so collars become irrelevant as you progress through your training.
6 foot, light leashes are the preferred leash to use during class. We frequently drop our leashes and run with the dogs. Eventually you will train your dog in agility off leash. The lighter the leash, the easier it will be to remove it over time.
Flexi-leashes and poop bag holders attached to leashes may scare dogs as they run with the leash dragging behind them.
Pinch collars, shock collars and choke chains are not used at our facility.
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