Registration for May 13th. Club night duration will vary, we’ll keep going until the pups are ready for a rest (approx 90-120 mins).

On club nights, all skill levels are welcome so long as you have completed (or are actively enrolled in) an introductory agility class. I will be actively coaching all participants, helping you to navigate your dog over the course, within the skill set that you currently have. This will differ from the active teaching that occurs in the classroom setting where we are learning new skills.

As always, safe course running practices will be prioritized at all times during our club nights, including mandatory stopped contacts. As a refresher, a stop contact means your dog finishes the contact holding the proper 2-on-2-off (or 4-on) position and waits to be released. To set our dogs up for success, target plates set with a cookie must be used for each contact* or you can opt to skip the contact portion of course. *If your dog is reliably achieving a stopped contact we can talk about a plan to fade the target plate.

Our first club night kicks off on May 13th at 6:30pm, followed by monthly gatherings on the second Monday of the month throughout the summer: June 10th, July 8th, and August 12th. Pre-registration is required for each club night and space is limited. Take advantage of our pre-registration rate by registering for all club nights before May 1st. After this date, we’ll switch to a nightly drop-in rate ($40/night) where you can reserve your spot monthly (we will send those links out early May).

All cancellations and refunds are subject to a $35 administration fee. Cancellations with less than two weeks’ notice prior to the start date will not be refunded, so please plan carefully. As this is a specialized class no make-up classes are available. We appreciate your cooperation to help keep our classes small and effective for you.

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