Beginner/Foundation 1 Agility classes $150/6 classes.
- Monday, July 18, 7 pm with Chris Meyers (210) 269-5845
- Saturday, 5:45 pm with Matt Palmieri. Text/call Matt at (805) 236-8766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please download the registration form and email with current shot records.
Download: Registration Application Form for all classes. pdf. format
*Agility Drop-ins are available in monthly classes if a class is not full *
Tuesday 6:45 pm with Helen Rhodes 7:15 Master Coursework $80/4 weeks
Wednesday 10 am with Lana Neukirch: Masters/Advanced Coursework $80/4 weeks
Wednesday 7:15 pm with Chris Meyers: Novice Sequencing $80/4 weeks
Thursday Agility with Debbie Moore
- 9 am Advanced Handling/ Coursework (4/8/12/16”)
- 11:00 am Masters Coursework-large dogs (16/20/24”)
- Thursday 12:00 pm Premier Skills & Drill
- 1:00 pm Advanced/Novice coursework & handling
- 2:30 pm Puppy Agility Foundations ($150/6 weeks)
- 4:00 pm Handling Skills & Short Sequences
Thursday 7:30 pm with Chris Meyers: Masters $80/4 weeks
Friday Agility Workshops with Courtney Moore July 29
Saturday with Matt Palmieri
- 3:15 pm Beginner/Foundation 2 Agility 6 week class/$150.
- 4:30 pm Beginner 2 Agility
- 5:45 pm Beginner/Foundation I
Sunday Agility Practice Drop-Ins - 3 pm $25, or $20/ class if you are a weekly student. Message/call Chris Meyers 210-269-5845.
Due to COVID limited numbers and common courtesy, please leave your name & dog name. The dog should be capable of doing most of the agility obstacles to come to this class. Registration forms need to be filled out if you are not in monthly classes and you are a new student.
If you have an irregular work schedule (ie nurses, pharmacist) we can work with you to be in different classes depending on your schedule.
Monday/Friday Arena Rentals: rent the arena Monday or Friday when there are no classes or workshops. $60/hour, maximum 6 people per hour.
Call Christine at 210 269-5845 or Debbie Moore (210) 504-6554 to sign up for monthly advanced agility classes.
Please leave a message. Agility training is an ongoing sport & usually requires practice to continue to progress.
Download: Registration Application Form for Any Training classes in pdf. format
Performance S.T.A.R./CGC Puppy:
This group class will allow puppies to learn impulse control, body awareness, basic obedience & flatwork foundations for the sports of agility, rally and obedience in a safe & controlled environment while covering the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy or CGC curriculum. Once the CGC is completed Puppy’s May continue on the Foundation agility class.
This class introduces a dog or older puppy to both the agility equipment and the vocabulary. Our Beginner classes use positive, motivational methods. We focus on safety and enjoyment, allowing each dog to move at his own pace, gaining confidence as he becomes familiar with each new obstacle. Dogs begin to learn the names of each obstacle ("tunnel," for example, to race through the tunnel; "jump" to leap over a jump), as well as "left" and "right" to give directions to the next obstacle. For beginners to the sport, or seasoned competitors, this course forms a solid foundation for all dogs.
The prerequisite for enrolling your dog in Agility Foundations is a Basic Manners, 2 puppy classes or instructor approval. puppies/dogs need to be used to training around other puppies & dogs.
Beginner/Foundations II: This class continues introducing the agility obstacles at higher heights & starts sequencing 6-16 obstacles together. Weavepoles, seesaw, dogwalk, Aframe, tunnels, tire, single, double, triple and broad jumps are practiced in sequences.
Masters/Advanced Coursework/Sequences: these classes continue to work to advanced the skills and practice needs to compete in AKC/UKI or USDAA master level competitions. Front, rear and blind crosses will be taught and used as necessary on the set course or students may choose to make up and practice a course their own design.
Workshops on Skills & Drills: focus on handling skills, lines, speed, and introduction to international skills taught by Courtney Moore
Premier Skills & Sequences: this class practices AKC Premier Class sequences and challenges. Taught by Debbie Moore.
Puppy Agility Foundations can be done by private lesson-Puppies and young adult dogs will learn basic self-control to become good family companions with the ability to move on to dog performance sports, such as agility, rally, through positive games. Basic skills include targeting, sit, down, come, stand, back up, and stay using toys and soft food rewards and dog crate or exercise pen.
A dog crate, head halter or buckle collar, interactive dog toy, soft dog treats. This class is currently taught by private lesson. For further information, call Debbie Moore at 210-378-4202.
For more about agility, visit the American Kennel Club website: http://www.akc.org/events/agility/
Riot trained & owned by Debbie & Courtney Moore