Dog Agility

Dog Agility is a companion sport for dogs and owners ( handlers), where dogs navigate a course of obstacles such as tunnels, hoops or tyre jumps, weave poles, balance boards and hurdles.

What could be more exciting than seeing your canine companion mastering these obstacle challenges.

Dog Agility is for People of All Ages and dogs 8mths – 8 years

From chihuahuas to Great Danes, dogs of all sizes and breeds will enjoy the fun, action, socialisation and challenges of Agility Training.


Besides being a fun activity and an excellent source of exercise, agility training offers a number of benefits for both you and your canine companion.

Does your dog’s recall ability need some work? Are they fearful? Easily distracted? Display anxiety, or shyness ?

Agility training can help correct these and other problematic behaviours.

Through Agility Training your canine companion will

  • Learn to ignore distractions

  • Develop self awareness

  • Develop self control (staying on task)

  • Become responsive to your commands , and enjoy taking directions

  • Build self confidence

  • Develop problem solving skills
  • Participate in physical excises that increase endurance, and strength bones and joints

Through Agility Training you will both experience:

  • Improved communication
  • Increased attention
  • Increased confidence
  • A stronger bond
  • Greater mutual trust
  • A healthy and fun form of exercise

Agility is a real team sport, combining handler and canine communication that will strengthen the bond between owner /handler and canine companion . As you learn and play this sport together, you will learn to read each other in a uniquely personal and deeply satisfying level , well beyond having your loved canine responding to your commands or cues to “sit,” “stay” “down” or “roll-over”

The biggest reward of Agility Training is Having Fun together

Course Overview

Agility Foundation Course

Duration: 6 weeks
Course dates

  • Saturday 22nd May 2021 9.30am – 10.30am
  • Saturday 5th June 2021 9.30am – 10.30am