90 Minute Flyball Workshop
Saturday 25th September 09:30
Come along on Saturday 25th September to have a go at Flyball!
The workshop is aimed at beginners to the sport, though your dog must be over 12 months old, fit and healthy, and have a good level of off lead recall and control. The sport is open to all breeds and all sizes of dogs, as the hurdles are adjustable in height.
We use top level equipment, and control the training to ensure that your dog stays completely safe as they are learning the correct way of navigating the Flyball Box,
The cost is £25 per dog for the 90 minute session.
Book here now as spaces are limited!
Flyball is a fast paced and active sport for dogs, and a fun way to spend time with your canine partner!
The six week course is aimed at beginners and those with an interest in trying out the sport. Over the course we teach your dog to run onto the flyball box correctly, in a quick and confident manner, and independently negotiate the four flyball hurdles. You are then ready for competition if that is your aim!
More info can be found here.
The weekly classes are currently not running due to lack of interest, but do look out for workshops running throughout the summer.
Dogs should be able to be worked off lead, and have good recall and other general obedience training. Dogs must be at least 12 months old to commence training, but will not be able to compete until 15 months old.
If you are not sure whether your dog is ready, please contact me for a discussion. It may be worth enrolling in a six week term of our Gold Class before commencing Flyball training.
All training is taken at our private, secure field in Hillhead on a full set of agility equipment, with training equipment provided as well.
Dogs should be fit, healthy and pain free before each class commences.
To book on, please visit Flyball Group Class
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