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Agility Two

Conquer obstacles and increase fun some more.

Agility Two

Please read all details below prior to registering.

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Jun 10, 2024 NoneJuly 1, 2024 7:00pm 8:00pm Monday Beasty Feast 327 West 14th Street $350

For dogs of all ages with no aggression or reactivity issues that have completed at least one round of Intro to Agility or private agility lessons with us. Continue with the fun, fitness, and teamwork of the foundation already established. This class will focus on improving your dog’s confidence in maneuvering a variety of obstacles including jumps, weave poles, the teeter totter, and the A-Frame

Physical benefits for your dog will include: greater body awareness, strength, and balance. You will learn how to increases the dog’s drive to complete the obstacles and “go fast” while maintaining impulse control and responsiveness to you. Beginning handling moves and techniques will be taught to begin in creating a “language” to better communicate with your dog.


  • Complete Sequence Courses
  • Targeting Skills
  • Improved Impulse Control
  • Increasing Drive
  • Improved Attention and Responsiveness
  • How to Practice at Home


For dogs 5 months and older of any size, breed, or mix. Dogs should have no aggression history or reactivity issues. If you aren’t sure what this means, please contact us.

For dogs with a foundation in basic manners skills (such as attention, hand targeting, and sit, down, and stand) that have completed at least one round of Intro to Agility class and/or have taken private lessons with us.

The in-person course meets for one hour per class for four consecutive weeks (unless otherwise noted on the schedule) and is $350 for the course.

Two people may attend class with each canine student.

The class fee is non-refundable, non-transferable and there are no make-up classes for your course. We limit the number of students in a class (one person per pup may attend), so drop-in make up students would mean the class would be over the maximum.

You must provide us with a record your dog’s vaccination for rabies, parvovirus, parainfluenza, adenovirus, bordetella, and distemper which must be signed by your veterinarian. If your veterinarian chooses not to give your pup one or more of these vaccines at the time of class, we must have a signed letter from them stating that it is contraindicated. The stated proof of vaccine requirements are set by the Health Department. Entry to classes is not permitted without Health Department required proof of vaccinations. You must bring a hard/printed copy with you to the first class to give to the instructor to keep at the location

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