Agility

CANINE LEARNING CENTERS

AGILITY

PROGRAMS

Rookie Agility

(Dogs 10 months and older)

5 Week Class

This class provides a weekly “just for fun” opportunity for you and your dog to bond while you work as a team on the agility course. Dogs will learn several of the agility obstacles including Jump, Table, Tire, and Tunnel. As obstacles are learned, we will string those obstacles together to create a mini-course. The obstacles will be kept at a lower height for safety. Since all the equipment is kept at a low height, this class is appropriate for young dogs and even senior dogs.

While your dog is learning the obstacles, you will be learning agility handling skills so that you can lead your dog through the agility course. Many people start agility just for fun and exercise but end up getting bitten by the agility bug and become lifelong competitors.

Requirements:
Dogs may not be people or leash reactive.
Dogs must be used to being in a crate (crates will be provided)
Reliable off leash recall.
Will your pup come running when you call him from across our training ring?
Retired agility dogs, and those who have trained elsewhere, are welcome.

Cost: $225

Novice Agility 1

(Dogs 10 months and older)

5 Week Class

This class is for dog and handlers who would like to progress to running beginner level agility competition courses. Basic foundation skills will be taught.

Requirements:
Dogs may not be people or leash reactive.
Dogs must be used to being in a crate (crates provided)
Reliable off leash recall.
This class requires some at home practice. The instructor will give guidance of which practice equipment will be needed.

Cost: $225

Novice Agility 2

5 week class

Graduates of Rookie and Novice I or instructor permission

Continuation and progression of Agility competition course.
 
Cost $225

Agility - Weaves & Teeter

Weaves & Teeter 
6 dogs total

Cost $225

(Dogs at least 12 months) Must have completed Rookie & Novice 1 Agility or instructor approval

This class focuses on building the skills necessary for your dog to have confident and proficient weave pole and teeter skills.  The introduction to weaves will include learning entries, building proficiency and drive, and independent weaving of all 12 poles.  The teeter component will focus on building confidence, contact behavior and building proficiency and drive.  This class is recommended for students who would like to do competition agility or those who would like a fun and engaging class for their dog.

 

Contact Us

Email:
laura@k9lrng.com

Telephone:
760- 822-0606

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