Making contact with the Safety Zones is required.,
This behavior must be reinforced in a positive way.
growing sport dogs LOVE!"
More fun than
a dog should have!
training program where handler and dog become one!
with difficult dogs - including rescues.
communication skills and directional control, strong weave poles and contacts and
proper jumping skills.
Junior and Veteran Handlers!
Small group classes
or on-site private lessons.
Monday-Thursday day & night
3-4 students per class
Cost $75 per month
Friday night Drop-in Agility Classes:
Free makeup classes for students
$20 for everyone else
7 pm Beginners
8 pm Advanced
Nola at (916) 655-1558 to signup
Email Cheryl Mentink for more information at:
***Check daily recording for schedule changes
Full Class Fee Schedule
Types of Classes Offered...
Introduction (3 to 6 months)
Puppy learns: Basic obedience, to focus on handler,
socialization, begins groundwork and home skills, tunnels,
chutes, and planks.
Low level/soft pitched equipment work, contact zones, start line
techniques, crossovers for handlers. All equipment
presented, without jump bars or high inclines
15 months or older
Ideal for new Handlers and Dogs never exposed to agility
Learns Jumping Skills,
basic agility, all equipment with bars and moving up to height
inclines. Begins to learn contact zones, start line
techniques and beginning crossovers.
|Adult Dogs 101
Dogs and handlers begin sequencing, finish learning all types of
crossovers, begin distance control. Learn to perfect
equipment like the weaves and see-saw.
Improves Directional Control, increases distances and sequencing
with sending skills. Body language skills are personalized
to aid moving with dog through a course.
Perfecting directional controls: Ins, Outs, Call Offs,
discriminations, switches, grouping sequences, distance control.
Working with trial distractions. Learning various games of
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