Contacts, Weaves, & Sequencing
We are currently offering in-person classes in accordance with standard COVID-19 restrictions. Please note that in the event of sudden changes to business restrictions, classes in progress may be postponed or switched to drop-off classes as necessary.
Agility is a popular sport in Edmonton, and for good reason! This sport works both their brain and their body, and keeps you on your toes too! In this six-week class, your dog will learn some of the more challenging obstacles: the a-frame, dog walk, teeter, and weave poles. The focus will be on teaching dogs to safely and correctly navigate the obstacles, with additional challenges being added according to the dog’s level. Small sequences of obstacles with beginner handling skills will be practiced.
This class is geared toward agility for enrichment, but your instructor will tailor the class to your interest level in competition, and offer recommendations for moving forward if competition is of serious interest to you.
This class is suitable for dogs 6 months and older that have completed Agility for Beginners or similar. Basic obedience skills are required. Safety is prioritized and your dog will be given age-appropriate exercises (don’t worry, there’s still plenty of fun to be had!). Multiple dogs will be out working at once, and dogs should be able to work around other dogs while remaining reasonably focused on their handlers. If your dog has reactivity or fear issues, they must be cleared by us to attend the class. Class is limited to a maximum of five dogs to allow as much working time as possible.
View what you’ll need for classes here, including vaccination requirements.
- [STARTED] Monday, April 26 (8:30 PM) | 17555 108 Avenue (indoor shoes or socks required)
- Tuesday, June 15 (8:30 PM) | 17555 108 Avenue (indoor shoes or socks required)
Select the date of the class you want to join from the drop-down menu below, add to cart, and proceed to checkout from there.