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Agility - Elementary

An 8-week course where you and your dog will build on the skills learnt in the Foundation Agility class.  You will learn handling skills using low jumps, cones & tunnels and start the foundational work to learn weaves and contact equipment. 

 

We provide a fun and safe environment where you can learn the skills needed to start on your agility journey. 

Prerequisites:

  • Dogs must be 12 months or over

  • You need to have completed our Agility Foundations Class (or similar class or training elsewhere - contact us if you have any questions).

  • Dogs should have a reasonable recall, as your dog will be working  off-lead at times, although we can work on this in class if you haven't got it solid yet.

PRICE

$40

NEXT COURSE

February 14, 2024

LOCATION

Otaika Sports Park

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Anne Cozens

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Club Rules

Class and club members are asked to comply with the following at all times. These guidelines and rules have been created in order that you and your dog(s) are kept comfortable and safe while using the club facilities and participating in club activities.

  1. No bitches in season (on heat) on the grounds at any time during club activities.

  2. ALWAYS clean up after your dog(s). You are responsible for providing your own poo bags and disposal. Our grounds are a public park and used for recreational and sporting purposes by large numbers of people at various times.

  3. Dogs are to be under control at all times (i.e. on lead) unless for specific training exercises or in supervised play/exercise when the grounds are quiet.

  4. Dogs are to be restrained – on lead, tethered or crated in vehicles during class setting up and class activities where not directly involved ie not your turn.  Dogs should not be left tethered unsupervised – especially when members of the public are on the grounds. Tethered dogs should be wearing a soft webbing or leather collar and have a lead short enough to prevent the possibility of lunging.

  5. Instructors are in charge of their classes. They are volunteers who give up considerable time on a regular basis to help people and their dogs learn and enhance their relationship with each other. Please respect and take heed of their instructions, especially around safety practices.

  6. No harsh handling or maltreatment of dogs will be tolerated. Incidents will be reported to the Committee and a decision made concerning consequences. 2 Last updated May 2022

  7. If your dog is reactive/fearful/needs more personal space than normal – please ensure you inform your instructor and take appropriate measures to ensure your dog and other dogs and people are safe.

  8. No smoking in class or in the clubhouse.

  9. When arriving for classes please be aware when parking either on the grounds or in carpark that there may be dogs running free (however, see also 3 and 4 above) and small children about.

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