dog training classes, Dog Agility
Dog agility is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. Dog and handler work together to complete a series of obstacles such as jumps, tyre, see-saw, weave poles and A-frame in the fastest time possible. To work as a team dog and handler form a special bond.
Although agility training is great fun it also provides a fabulous way to train a dog. Control is the essence of good agility and most people find that their relationship with their dog improves as does the dogs behaviour and obedience. Agility can also provide a great social life. Whether you choose to attend a weekly session just for fun or decide to compete you'll be amongst like minded people with the same thing in common - their dog. Our annual fun day is always popular and during summer months we are in demand for exhibitions.
Most dogs were originally bred to do a job of work. Although our pet dogs now live in a domestic environment almost all dogs still have a need to work in some way. Agility provides both a physical and mental stimulant. From Yorkshire terriers and basset hounds to rottweillers and weimarners any dog can and will do agility. Our members have an age range of 8 to 73 and our dogs from 12 months to 12 years, So anybody and any dog can do agility. I have seen three legged, one eyed dogs and people in wheel chairs competing all over the country
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