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Group dog agility class. Second of three levels.

$185   1 Hour once a week for 6 weeks


$35 I Drop-in rate

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Prerequisite: Foundation Agility course 

Eligibility: All breeds and ages. Friendly non-reactive dogs only.  


What is Beginner Agility?


Beginner Agility is the next class after Foundation Agility. Foundation Agility is a prerequisite and must be taken before enrollment in this Beginner Agility class unless otherwise discussed with your trainer. 

In Beginner Agility you will begin running small sequences and work towards AKC Novice and Open level in Standard, FAST, T2B, and Jumpers With Weaves courses. This class is designed to be ongoing until each student is ready to move up to full courses and successfully doing 12 weave poles. Students can re-enroll in this class over and over and each week we continue to work on new exercises to build your skills. All obstacles in agility will be worked on. In addition to the dog learning the obstacles you will also learn how to walk a course and how to choose the best path to navigate it so as to lead the dog through the course in an accurate and safe manner. 

Drop-in rates are available to those who can't fully commit to a 6 week course but don't want to miss out on the occasional chance to train. Please note that "Drop-in" is subject to availability. Priority is given to those enrolled in the full 6 week course. You must text your instructor at least 24 hours prior to class to verify if there's room for you in class or not. If you for some reason don't get a response please do not just show up. You must first have authorization to do so. 


What are the benefits to teaching my dog agility?


Agility is more than just having a fun time with your dog. The experience has many benefits including but not limited to:

  • Develop a stronger bond. Trust and understanding between you both will grow.

  • Dog will gain more self-confidence

  • Provides socialization and mental stimulation

  • Develop self-control around distractions

  • Improve obedience skills

  • Promotes a healthy lifestyle through safe and fun exercise 


What to bring to class?


  • 2 different types of food rewards. Be sure they’re soft, pea sized treats. Avoid dry crumbly treats.

  • Something to carry treats in such as a treat bag, waist apron or be sure to wear clothing with pockets. 

  • 6 ft. leash attached to a martingale, regular buckle or belt style collars ONLY (retractable leashes, harnesses, prong collar, head halter and choke chains are not permitted).

  • 6 ft. slip lead for use when dog is reliable off leash.

  • Water & a water bowl for keeping your dog hydrated and comfortable.

  • Target disc (e.g. tub aware lid, coaster or a jar lid are great options)

  • Close toed shoes for safety (Not optional).

  • A clicker (optional).

  • A non-squeaky toy to play with your dog (e.g. fleece tug toy, ball tug or Frisbee) (Not optional).

Location & Contact Details


1460 Hanging Rock Road, Boiling Springs, SC, USA

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