All agility classes are taught either inside when appropriate or on our regulation-sized agility field at 1250 Gateway Road, Lake Park, FL 33403.

Class Cancellation Policy

Because class size is limited and sufficient time is necessary to contact alternate students, class tuition may only be refunded if notice, in writing or by email, is received seven (7) business days prior to the start date of a class by the instructor or the director.

Please print the following information about classes, including club policies and directions, after you register for class:

Welcome Dog Training Classes

Introduction to Agility

Pre-requisite: Must have completed a basic obedience class. Contact us at if you have any questions or to request an evaluation. Dogs must be able to come when called off leash, sit, lie down, and stay.

Please bring shot records, water for your dog, a training treat bag, 30-50 soft treats, and shoes you can run in. Dogs without shot records may not participate in class. Tug toys and clickers are available for purchase, but you may want to bring your own. Tug toys are sized for 20-35 lb dogs.

Please bring a buckle collar or no-slip fabric martingale collar.

Start Date: Monday, March 23, 2015 @ 6:30 pm

Agility Level Two

Introduce your dog to the contacts and weaves. Develop his confidence over all the equipment encountered in our introductory class. Develop your footwork skills and begin to negotiate simple combinations.

Start Date: Monday, March 9, 2015 @ 7:30 pm


Take the opportunity to navigate several obstacles or more under supervision. One dog works at a time. Dogs should be able to work off lead. This is a drop-in, pay as you go class.

Start Date: Tuesday, January 6, 2015 @ 6-8 pm
Instructor: Joanna Broussel
Location: Agility field
Duration: Ongoing
Cost:$5.00 for first dog or run/$5 second dog or run for members & $8.00 first dog or run/$5 second dog for non-members. Maximum two runs per handler.

You must bring a crate for your dog to participate in fun runs. Dogs must wait their turn in their crates.

Questions about Agility?

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