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What is dog agility?

 

Agility is an obstacle course for dogs made up of many separate challenges. Faults are awarded for knocked poles, missed contacts and failed weave entries. The winner is the fastest dog with the least faults. Most dogs love to do agility, even if its just for fun, and it gives owners a real sense of partnership with their dog :)

Is it easy to train?

 

​As with any dog training discipline it takes a long time and much dedication to train successfully with your dog. If you watch agility on youtube the handlers make it look so easy. Many months (possibly years) of time and hard work have been put into the partnership.  

Can any dog do agility?

 

As long as your dog is fit and healthy there is no reason to think they won't enjoy agility. Timid dogs often gain more confidence by taking part and rescue dogs can form strong bonds with their new owners if they are learning something fun together. 

​At BUDS we promote motivational, reward based training using toys, treats and lots of praise. We teach skills to handlers in a fun, relaxing and friendly environment to lead their dog effectively around the courses.

Taster Courses run for 4 weeks so you get the opportunity to see if agility is something your dog might really enjoy. Tasters are aimed at dogs of all ages, including puppies over 6 months. 

The emphasis on these classes: easy exercises, with fun and enjoyment for everyone.

See Classes Information for more details.....

How do I start???

 

Got yourself a new family member?

 

We run Puppy Classes  all year using  positive training techniques, guiding    new    owners to teach their canine    family member some basic manners and skills in a fun and enjoyable way.  

 

Classes are held all year, May to September outside at the field, October to April classes are held indoors. 

​Next enrollment  date/time:     03/09/2020 @ 5.30pm

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We offer all training on a one dog/handler to one instructor for anyone who:

  • would prefer not being part of a class

  • would like to to try agility without witnesses, or

  • you need specific training advice  

 

Please call us to discuss your requirements, we are not animal behaviourists but if you just need some support and direction we are happy to help.

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