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Our Dog Agility Classes

Agility is one of the fastest growing dog sports in the country!

Teach your dog to jump, weave through poles, climb obstacles and run through tunnels. You and your dog will learn how to become a team while navigating courses together.

Whether you want to gain a fun new hobby or if your goal is to compete in Agility Trials, our classes are designed for you! These classes are offered on the west side of Madison at Happy Dogz Daycare in Middleton.

Puppy Agility:  This class is for puppies that are between 10 weeks and 6 months old at the start of class.  Teach your dog to jump, weave through poles, climb obstacles and run through tunnels Teach your dog to jump, weave through poles, climb obstacles and run through tunnels (equipment is appropriate for young puppies).  Agility is a fantastic for creating a strong bond and relationship with your puppy. 

Introduction to Agility: This class is for any dog seeking an introduction to agility equipment, or for dogs that need more time focusing on the introduction to equipment. 

Agility Foundations: This class is for any dog that has successfullly completed Introduction to Agility. 

Agility Handling: This class is for any dog that has successfully completed Agility Foundations and has instructor approval 

Competition Agility: This class is for any dog that has successfully complete Agility Handling and is ready to start training for competition - or perhaps just enjoys agility and is running full courses with advanced handling skills.  Instructor approval required. 

AGILITY DOG TRAINING

Does your dog need some mental stimulation? Come play with us and learn weaves, jumping, a-frame, basic crosses and maneuvers.

 

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POSITIVE TRAINING WITH POSITIVE RESULTS! 

 

WE USE POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT
Our training philosophy includes positive reinforcement-based techniques, with a thoughtful, science-based curriculum. Owners understand and learn to humanely influence a dog's behavior

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