|Snow and Ice|
|In case of snow and ice this winter, please check this noticeboard for news of any training cancellations. If you have pre-paid lessons, you will be given a credit for the next training block. |
We will also inform you of training cancellations via the Email News. Please subscribe if you have not already done so.
|13 Feb: Training Cancelled|
|Due to maintenance work on the arena floor, training has been cancelled. Be aware that the new arena floor surface will tend to stick to the coats of long-haired dogs more readily. See Agility Training for more details.|
|Achievements during 2017|
|David Anderson is collating a list of agility member's competitive achievements for the AGM in February. You may have got your first clear round, won up a grade, qualified for a final, etc.|
Please visit our Facebook Group and add a comment to David's post by the end of January to record your achievements.
|Places available for experienced Agility dogs|
We have places available immediately for dogs who have some Agility experience. Please tell us about your dog's current Agility level including experience on equipment including weaves. Dogs must have ongoing annual vaccination and have a good recall. Please be aware that we run two classes concurrently per session - the arena is divided by a plastic mesh fence.
Dogs and handlers will be assessed by Instructors and placed in the appropriate class for their level.
To enquire about Agility training for an experienced dog, please fill in the Enquiry Form
Please refer to our Agility training page for more information.
|Enquiries for dogs new to Agility|
We are not accepting any new enquiries about Agility for beginners. We will re-open the waiting list approximately six weeks before we take on the next new intake.
We have an email alert service, which we will use to notify subscribers when the application period opens.