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Specialty Classes

To register for classes click on "Registration Calendar" button below.  You will need to sign up with the calendar to have access to class registrations. Once you have signed up, click on the class you would like to register in. Then click the "New Booking" button in the bottom left corner of the class to add your name to the class list. If a class is full you can choose to add your name to the waitlist for that class.

Canine Fitness

Start Date: Monday, May 6 at 12:15pm (no class on May 20th)
              Thursday, May 9 at 6:00pm
$220+tax for six weeks

Canine Fitness class will teach proper canine exercise form, technique, and behavior for optimum performance and injury prevention using science based, force-free training methods and canine-specific conditioning equipment.

The following components of Canine Fitness will be addressed; Balance, Strength, (Fore limb, Hind limb, Core), Flexibility, Cardio and Mental Focus.

Many of the exercises at the initial level do not require much for “fancy” equipment but can be modified with regular equipment you may already have around your home or that can be easily accessed. More difficult progressions of the exercises may require specific equipment, but we will discuss these in class.

This class is suitable for dogs who are in reasonable physical health. Dogs as young as 10 months can benefit from these classes. Please note that dogs with a physical injury are better suited to a rehab program developed by a specific Rehabilitation Practitioner rather than a fitness class.

Freestyle (Heelwork to Music)

Start Date: Thursday, May 9 at 8:30pm
$220 + tax for six weeks

This class will be an introduction to Freestyle moves and Heelwork to Music.

Do you love music? Are you interested in trying out heelwork to music? Think the RCMP Musical Ride but with dogs and handlers! This class incorporates heelwork skills and movement to music. In this class we will begin the basic moves and heelwork to music to incorporate them into a group heelwork to music routine.

Are you looking for something to use your dog’s Rally-O skills at? Rally-Free is a unique dogsport that incorporates Rally-O and Freestyle skills into a course set up similar to that of Rally-O. The Freestyle class will teach you some of the skills you would need for the Rally-Free signs (Rally-Free can be titled in via virtual competition).

This class is suitable for dogs who have a basic understanding of Heeling.

Get In The Game

Start Date: Monday, May 6 at 1:30pm (no class on May 20th)
              Thursday, May 9 at 7:15pm
$220+tax for six weeks

A cooperative relationship between a dog and handler are paramount to future success in any dogsport. Does your dog have problems with distractions? Do you envy those handlers who’s dog’s look to them for “what’s next” but instead feel like your dog is thinking “what’s my next opportunity to check out what yummy smells there are in the environment?”

Skills you’ll learn in this class include food and toy control games, impulse control and release words, start line behaviour and more. Not only are these skills helpful for a cooperative working relationship for any dog sport, they aid in impulse control when teaching agility contacts, Rally-O or Obedience stays, and more.

This class is suitable for dogs/puppies as young as 12 weeks old.

Jump Foundations

Start Date: Monday, May 6 at 11:00am (no class on May 20th) *1 spot left*
$220+tax for six weeks

Jumpwork is a key skill for any agility dog. Jumps make up the largest portion of obstacles of any agility competition class. However, they are often the most undertrained obstacle from a jumping skill perspective. Course design and handling has progressed such that jumping is often a very difficult skill on many courses. This class will work through the foundation jump grids and the progressions associated with each. If you are interested in providing your dog with a solid education in jumping that will serve him well for the rest of his agility training and competing career this class is for you.

This class is suitable for dogs 6 months of age and older (large/giant breeds 8 month and older). Please note, young dogs will be working with bumps rather than jump bars so they will not be jumping any height until they are age appropriate.