Next Wood River Session Begins on April 16, 2018
Private lessons are available upon request when the agility ring is not in use for classes.
To promote a safe and fun environment for all dogs and handlers, all dogs enrolled in these classes must be friendly with other dogs and humans.
Wood River Class Schedule:
|10:00 AM||Beginner Agility|
|11:00 AM||Advanced Beginner Agility|
|12:00 PM||Intermediate 1 Agility|
|1:00 PM||Intermediate 2 Agility|
|5:00 PM||Advanced Beginner Agility|
|6:00 PM||Intermediate 1 Agility|
|7:00 PM||Intermediate 2 Agility|
|8:00 PM||Beginner Agility|
|10:00 AM||Beginner Agility|
|12:00 PM||Young Dog Handling (Agility – Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles)|
|1:00 PM||Course Work (Agility – Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles)|
|5:00 PM||Beginner Agility|
|7:00 – 9:00 PM||Triune Tuesdays – Private Lessons, Agility League, Workshops|
|10:00 AM||Intermediate Agility|
|11:00 AM||Handling (Agility)|
|12:00 PM||Premier and International Handling (Agility) – Dogs must be competing at the Masters Level and have a minimum of 5 Double Qs.|
|1:00 PM||Private Lessons taught by Joan Meyer|
|5:00 PM||Private Lessons taught by Joan Meyer|
|6:00 PM||Handling (Agility)|
|7:00 PM||Handling (Agility)|
|8:00 PM||Premier and International Handling – Dogs must be competing at the Masters Level|
|10:00 AM – 2: 00 PM||Private Agility Lessons taught by Joan Meyer|
Agility Class Descriptions
PUPPY AGILITY FOUNDATION WORK – Puppies 8 weeks to 6 months. This class is designed to teach your puppy how to learn and love agility. We will work on the basic foundations needed to have an awesome agility partner all while we work “on the flat”. This will get you started on various crosses, 2 on 2 off contact performances, and jumping fundamentals. We will teach food and toy drive with impulse control. This is totally positive reinforcement and you will need a hungry pup and a favorite toy.
BEGINNER AGILITY – This is the start of agility training. Learn jumping skills, tunnel games, and introduce your dog to contacts. Prerequisite for class: Completion of basic manners or puppy kindergarten class or instructor approval.
ADVANCED BEGINNER – For dogs that have completed at least 1 six week session of beginner classes.
INTERMEDIATE 1 – For dogs that have completed at least 1 six week session of advance beginner agility classes and have off leash control.
INTERMEDIATE 2 – For dogs that have completed at least 1 six week session of Intermediate 1 agility classes and have off leash control. Dogs must be trained on all equipment, just need some training aids
HANDLING – Dogs must be competing. Dog and handlers will work on skills needed to compete at the Master level.
PREMIER AND INTERNATIONAL HANDLING – Dogs must have a minimum of 5QQs when the application is submitted. This will class will teach handlers various handling options and skills to compete on International style courses.
CROSS-EYED – Everything you wanted to know about crosses and more. Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles
WALK THIS WAY – Learning how to walk a course and the strategies on handling. Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles
YOUNG DOG HANDLING – This is for dogs who are ready to compete or those who have just started to compete. Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles.
COURSEWORK – Run full courses and get help with problem areas. Dogs must be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles
TEAMWORK – For dogs starting to compete or ready to compete. Need to be able to sequence up to 10 obstacles with only possible guide wires on weaves. (MUST HAVE OFF LEASH CONTROL)