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Dog Agility

Puppy Agility Foundations and Agility Foundations group classes are not being offered at this time. We have found that private (or semi-private) lessons are the more appropriate and efficient way to teach these skills. Please contact us to schedule lessons if you are interested in agility training for your adult dog.

Have a puppy who wants to learn agility? The combination of Puppy Sports School and private lessons is THE BEST way to build a foundation for success in agility for both dogs and handlers! 

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Start your agility puppy off on the right paw!

Puppy Agility Foundations

This class starts from the beginning and builds the skills puppies need to be successful in any sport, but has a specific emphasis on agility specific skills. Class covers confidence, focus, toy play, communication skills, body awareness, and more.

No previous sports experience is required. Puppies must be 12 weeks-12 months old and able to work around people and dogs to attend this class.

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Build your bond and share an activity you both enjoy.

Beginner Agility Foundations

This is an introductory class for dogs over 12 months old. It is designed to introduce dogs to the world of agility with confidence and enthusiasm. Dogs must be friendly and able to work around people and other dogs in order to participate in the class.

Taught by either Karin or Abigail.

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Learn how to tell your dog where they are going on course!

Novice A Agility

Our Novice A Agility Class is designed for handlers who have no previous agility experience. To enroll, handlers must have already taken our foundation classes at Adventure Unleashed. This class is perfect for those who are just starting out and want to learn more about agility and how to handle their dog safely and effectively.

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Get a faster, more focused dog!

Speed and Drive

This class is the perfect way to take your dog's performance to the next level. We will teach your dog to become faster, more focused, and better able to perform precise tasks while in higher arousal states. Dogs must have some interest in toys, and should be non-reactive. It is non-sport specific so perfect for dogs in agility, dock diving, disc, or flyball.

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