Calling all canine superheroes! Can your dog leap a tall building in a single bound? Does your dog have a little extra energy to burn off? Channel your dog’s energy and athleticism with agility training. We keep it fun, safe, and easy! Classes are held indoors on a matted floor or outdoors in a fenced grass field (summer/fall classes only).
Does your dog love to sniff? Put your Sherlock Bones to work finding hidden target scents. Prepare to be amazed as you learn to encourage your dog’s natural instincts and drive to search. Each dog searches individually, so shy dogs are welcome. Students are encouraged to bring a crate to class so your dog can relax and you can learn by observing other teams as they search.
Agility 1 (beginner)
Agility fun starts here. Your dog will love zooming through tunnels and leaping over jumps. Don’t worry, dogs are worked on leash as they learn to follow your lead around the course. Open to dogs of any age; dogs under one year will use low jump heights for safety. Dogs should be friendly to other dogs and people.
Comfortable with bar jumps, tunnels, and basic handling? Now you’re ready to go beyond the foundations and learn new obstacles while running short sequences and building off-leash reliability. Open to dogs of any age; dogs under one year will use low jump heights for safety. Dogs should be friendly to other dogs and people.
It’s time for teeter and weave pole training! Gain confidence on these two tricky obstacles as we incorporate them into longer course sequences.
Open Agility is a flexible program that lets you attend as many Mondays as you want during the six week session. Open Agility is available from 7 pm to 8:30 pm; you can arrive at any time and stay as long as you like. No extra charge for multiple dogs from the same household. Maximum enrollment of 15 handlers.
Dogs who are familiar with all obstacles will benefit most from this program. Open Agility is set up like a show and go, with the added benefit of critique and moderate coaching. Instructors will be on hand to offer handling suggestions to those at a lower skill level. Some weeks will offer full courses, some will offer skill drills.
Fun Nosework Workshop
Bring your dog and check out this fun sport that harnesses your dog’s natural instincts and drive to sniff out a hidden scent. Workshop meets one time for 90 minutes.
Intro to Nosework
In this class you and your dog will be introduced to the sport of nosework. Your dog will learn to work independently from you, gain confidence and above all have fun finding hidden scents.
Your dog will love solving new sniffing puzzles, including searching different containers, building exteriors, and vehicle exteriors. Recommended for dogs who have completed Nosework 1 or have equivalent scent training.
Nosework Drop In
This is a drop-in class for dogs already on odor who want to practice specific skills and/or elements. $10 per night, registration required.
Other Dog Sports Classes
Dog Sports Skills 1 & 2
Versatility is the name of the game as we build focus and precision through targeting and platform training, scent work and retrieving, and jump wrapping. Learn tons of new skills for everyday life (perfect heeling, anyone?) and for dog sports like agility, obedience, rally, and trick training. Open to dogs of any age and skill level. Experienced teams will get more challenges to keep the fun going.
Unleash your dog’s inner Pet Star by learning a variety of fun tricks! Open to dogs six months and up of any skill level. Dogs should be friendly to other dogs and people.
Disc 4 All Dogs (Frisbee)
You’ll have the coolest dog in town when you show off your frisbee skills. Build your dog’s drive and interest in the disc, learn how to throw for success, and get that all-important retrieve. Open to dogs six months and up of any skill level. Dogs should be friendly to other dogs and people.
If your dog thinks water and toys are the best things ever, this is the class for you. Open to dogs six months and up. Dock Jumping 1 is for beginners and Dock Jumping 2 is for more experienced dogs who are ready for big air. Dogs should be friendly to other dogs and people.