intro to agility - dog jumping over bar jump

FUNagility

FUNAgility is an introductory level class that focuses on exposing dogs to equipment such as tunnel, jumps, weave poles,  tire jump, table, wobble board, plank, mini-teeter,  mini A-Frame, and pro-preception work.   This is a great way to begin training for one of the most engaging sports you can do with your dog.

montage of dogs doing the various pieces of agility equipment

FUNagility Class Information

Length:  5 week program, each class 1 hour in length (once a week for 5 weeks)

Price:  $220 + GST

Prerequisite: This class requires dogs to have basic control skills such as working well around other dogs (no reactive dogs) a sit, down, come and some stay skills.  We will be strengthening and working on these behaviours but your dog should have had at least one set of obedience classes at TNT or equivalent with another school.  Dogs will be working off lead the majority of the class.

Visit our Training F.A.Q.  for:  our refund policy, dog vaccination info,  what to do if you have to miss a class  etc.

FUNagility
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Group classes are not appropriate for dogs that are fearful, anxious, have uncontrollable barking or lunge with aggression towards other dogs or people.   We suggest you seek out private training to get this under control prior to a group class.

FUNagility Class Schedule

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InstructorDayTimeDates (Start date in bold) weeks
Kimberly Van BiertWednesdays7:30 pmMay 29, Jun 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2024 ON SALE! $10 OFF!

In Progress Classes

These classes are no longer open for registration.
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TNT’s training method is based on using positive reinforcement.  Here’s why…

Dogs respond best/fastest to positive reinforcement training. This method focuses on rewarding your dog for doing the asked behavior. The reward in turn encourages your dog to repeat the cued behaviour when asked again. Positive reinforcement training focuses on rewarding good behaviour rather than punishing bad behaviour.