Develop a sense of teamwork with your dog as you play games to increase balance and body awareness and become familiar with obstacles like jumps and tunnels.
Agility Games for Small Dogs
Same as Agility Games, but geared to small breeds (under 20 lbs).
Puppy Agility Games
Play a ton of age-appropriate agility games that teach your puppy that YOU are the best playmate and that their little furry bodies can climb, jump, tunnel, and more. Prerequisite: Puppy Kindergarten. Puppies must be 12 months or younger.
Agility 1 – 3
After Agility Games, you can progress to higher levels of agility, working with the contact equipment (dog walk, A-frame, teeter) and weave poles, as well as developing handling skills.
Doggy Dancing for Fun
Work actively with your dog as a team, while also improving your loose leash and other training skills. (This is not a formal Canine Musical Freestyle class.)
Have fun, exercise your dog’s brain and body, and build on your dog’s skills while clicker training tricks.
It’s All Just Fun & Games
Fun games strengthen skills like polite leash walking, attention to handler, sit, down and staying calm (impulse control) while other teams take their turns.
Obedience Skills for Competition
This is an advanced class for students preparing to enter competitive obedience.
Enhance your dog’s obedience skills with this fun “board game” in which you and your dog are the pieces!
Also called Urban Herding, Treibball is a fun sport where your dog pushes large colorful balls into a net.