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Agility is a wonderful game for dogs to learn and provides a great outlet for their mental and physical energy. It builds fantastic teamwork as you learn handling skills together to enable your dog to negotiate a course of jumps, contacts and weaves at speed.

Wendy competes all her dogs and uses the handling system of one of the world’s most succesful international handlers and trainers, Greg Derrett. Whether you wish to compete or simply have fun with your dog you will be very welcome.

Wendy trains with Jo Tristram who has the unique achievement of winning consecutive Gold, Bronze and Silver medals at the World Open Agility championships. She is a great trainer as well as competitor and holds regular clinics for all levels at our venue.

Our classes are run to ensure dogs can relax and concentrate on training, so aggressive dogs and lunging barking collies are not part of the picture. Naturally for those wishing to compete getting dogs comfortable with high levels of activity and distraction is essential but our classes provide a stress free environment for all dogs, and Wendy uses her extensive experience as a behaviour specialist to provide clients with assistance if their potential competition dogs have reactivity or social skill issues.

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All new clients start with a private Introduction to Agility / Assessment session depending on previous experience.  For new dog and handler teams detailed notes are provided.

The Foundation Agility  and Young Dog Foundation Agility classes are for young dogs from 5 months old and older dogs new to the sport. Sessions include essential ground work, body awareness and confidence building activities, distraction proofing for solid start lines and handler focus, early contact work and age appropriate jump work, verbal directional cues, shaping activities and core handling skills. Groups of 3 or 4 are developed as a closed unit so everyone is at the same skill level.

Novice Agility Classes are for dog and handler teams who know all the basic handling skills, and are starting to do weaves and contacts in sequences.

Intermediate Agility Classes further develop core skills, course analysis and handling decision making, courses are G5 plus

More experienced teams work one to one to optimize training time and this is often used from day one when diary constraints mean clients can’t make class times.  Special clinics covering specific handling skills are scheduled regularly.

All dogs must naturally be fit and correct body weight to meet the physical demands of the sport.

Training facilities include three acres of individually dog proof fields and a purpose built indoor building with a professional waxed sand surface to ensure secure, safe footing. Both full sized and training equipment are available and all contact equipment is rubber skinned aluminium build as used in competition  – please see the facilities page for photos and more details.

Please note that payment is due for all lessons cancelled within 48 hours of the appointment unless there is a genuine veterinary or medical reason.

Next clinics with Jo Tristram –       Thursdays March 15th, April 12th, May 10th and June 21st 2018.

Workshops and individual special training events ( Click to Display)

Course walking at Nottingham Champ Show Sat 26th May
Date / Time:  TBC Trainer: Wendy
Class: , Location: Newark Show Ground
Fees: N/A Places Available:  Yes
 Shaping Masterclass.  This skill is essential for all canine gym, weave and contact training.
Date / Time  Sunday 13th May  11.30am – 1.30pm Trainer: Wendy
Class: Location:  Normanton on Trent Centre
Fees:  £12 per dog Places Available;   Yes
 Pizza and Plonk Course analysis and handling Quiz evening – handlers only
Date / Time:   June TBC Trainer: Wendy
Class: Location: Normanton on Trent
Fees: £5 per person Places Available:  yes

Saturdays (Three Classes – Click to Display)

Intermediate Agility
Date / Time  1.15pm – March17th and 24th, April 7th, 21st and 28th. May 19th, June 2nd,9th, 23rd, 2.00pm on 30th Trainer: Wendy
Class: Intermediate Agility                       Location: Normanton on Trent
Fees:  £9 per session- just 4 dogs per group per hour. Paid in advance for each 2 month period Places Available;  One available
Foundation Plus Agility 
Date / Time  2.30pm – March 17th. April 7th, 21st and 11.00am 28th. 2.00pm on 12th May. 2.30pm 19th May, 2.30pm June 2nd and 23rd. Trainer: Wendy
Class:  Foundation Plus Agility         Location: Normanton on Trent
Fees: £9 per session – just 4 dogs per group per hour. Paid in advance for each 2 month period Places Available:  Full
Young Dog Foundation Agility 
Date / Time: 2.30 pm – March 24th, April 14th and 28th. May – 12th 3.15pm, 19th 3.40pm. June – 2nd 3.40pm, 9th 2.30pm, 30th 3.15pm. Trainer: Wendy
Class:  Young Dog Foundation Agility         Location: Normanton on Trent
Fees: £9 per session – just 4 dogs per group per hour. Paid in advance for each 2 month period Places Available:  Full

How to Book

Please contact Wendy who will arrange an initial assessment/ Intro to Agility session.

One to one training is £20 per hour. Intro to Agility /Assesment sessions are £23 and include written details of the games and exercises covered.

Classes are £9 per dog with just 4 dogs per hour. All dogs must be comfortable working off lead around other dogs and people.


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