Fun Dog Agility Classes

Hedge End – Following Foundation

Fun, dog agility classes are all about teaching you and your dog new skills and gaining focus. For your dog and you to get value from a fun dog agility class your dog needs to have a good level of behaviour.

Our regular weekly, fun dog agility classes at Hedge End are a follow on from foundation based training and are combined with good behaviour work. You will here all about these in your class sessions but you can book a place in readiness on your foundation training page.

Hedge End Combi Class

Good Behaviour and Fun Agility

Combi training classes are a great way for you and your dog to have fun.

Progress your good behaviour and continue to Climb the Tree of Achievement.

Learn some fun, low impact, agility skills. This gives you and your dog quality time together, building your bond.

It’s also great fun and laughter is often heard in the field as things don’t always go as planned.

Any dog can do this low impact agility dog training. It doesn’t matter what age or breed the dog. It’s all about focus and skills.

Your dog needs to be fit and healthy but the agility aspect of the class is adapted to suit. Teaching a dog to go through the wings of a jump, without a pole anywhere to be seen, is an amazing skill in itself.

Teaching your dog to go through a tunnel is such a great confidence builder.

Teach your dog his left and right – work that out when you’re facing the opposite way to your dog! I can’t and can often be heard simply saying, ‘this way.’

It really is just for fun with a serious aspect, particularly on the good behaviour part.

The classes are for people who have already completed earlier training with us.Get in touch if you want to find out about joining us.

If you’d like to do this training on a one to one basis we suggest you book two hour slots. Book your first session here and we’ll be in touch to arrange a convenient time for your session.

There will be rest time for your dog as there is plenty to discuss and learn in the classroom.

One to one sessions can be to improve your skills or to start at the beginning. Please note, this is fun agility, about handler and dog skills. It is low impact and does not use see-saws or A frame.


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What will you and your dog learn?

Your dog needs to be able to understand your hand and body language
Your both need to learn left & right
Your dog needs to be able to work on both your left and your right
Your dog needs to know where to find you when working ahead
You both need to learn how to use the equipment safely
Learn how to teach your dog to ‘go round’ things on command
What’s a front cross?
What’s a rear cross?

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