2022-23 Winter classes (Indoor location - 22 Ryan St., Spencerville)
2023 Spring/summer classes (Outdoor location - 5809 Marine Station Rd, Iroquois)
Duration: All classes run for 6 weeks unless otherwise noted.
Fee: $165 per 6 week session.
Contact: Please email Kandy at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about classes, to discuss the needs of your team(s), and suitable placement/class level(s), dates/times.
Please see downloadable Class Registration form and Waiver of Liability form below (note - being updated) and bring with you to first class.
Registration and payment must be received prior to start of each session. Proof of vaccinations required.
* Please send e-transfer to email@example.com
* Cash or cheque (payable to Kandy Dumm) can be brought to first class, or cheque can be mailed to 5809 Marine Station Road, Iroquois, ON K0E 1K0.
Like the foundation of a house, this class teaches the new dog (adult or puppy) and the handler the skills needed for a strong beginning. We will focus on dog/handler interaction and teach you the basic skills and body mechanics required for a safe, successful and fun adventure.
Recommended for dog 10 weeks and older. Proof of vaccinations required.
For young and new dogs/handlers with some agility experience.
Building upon your foundation, we will introduce various obstacles and contact equipment, working on proper approach and completion. We will also begin obstacle sequencing and progress to running full courses. Focus will be on safety for both the dog and handler.
Geared to the dog and handler who wish to compete.
This class will provide you with the necessary skills and confidence to begin your agility journey. Progressing from the beginners level, we will work on more advanced obstacle sequences as well as handling skills. When you're ready to step into the ring, we will be there also to support you and make the transition easy.
Geared to the dog and handler who have begun to compete and are ready to be challenged.
Now that you're addicted to Agility, this class level will be geared to you (the handler), and increasing your skills and perfecting your handling style. Troubleshooting issues between you and your team mate (the dog) will be a focus. You will be challenged and shown various methods of completing each course and sequence.
MASTERS! Need I say more?
Even masters have issues, right?
In this class, we will kick it up a notch with challenging handling and sequencing. In this level, we focus on dog/handler observation and how they interact with the sequence. Areas of focus are course time, handling and the opportunity to work on observed issues.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION - March 28, 2023
Please download, complete & sign and bring to first class.
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