Our Agility classes are different to most!
Not only do we stick to our force-free ethos and have a maximum of four dogs per class, but classes and course plans are designed by our vet Dr Katie!
Agility can be lots of fun but can also be really dangerous and put a lot of pressure on dog’s joints meaning higher risk for injuries and arthritis in later years.
Our agility is all low impact, and run at lower than standard heights.
If you plan to compete you can still learn with us as we still teach all the equipment properly – and safely!! But we only do agility for fun!
[We recommend Hoopers if you want to compete as this is low impact and gets dogs using their brains more as well as generally having a more relaxed, supportive approach to competition.]
As you progress through our Bronze, Silver and Gold classes you will gradually be introduced to all of the equipment and learn how to read and run courses. Please see each listing for more detail on each level.
Once you have passed your Gold Agility you can then join our elite Agility Club and attend club nights to keep training up and have fun on different courses and training scenarios!