Agility Classes

I used to train and compete solely in obedience events. While my dogs did well, they didn’t exactly seem excited to participate. I began doing agility as a way to create a better bond with my dogs. Boy, did it work! I’ve been hooked on agility ever since. I now not only compete in agility events, I also am an AKC judge. I use my experiences in the ring to help new students learn the sport and to encourage existing students to challenge themselves and their dogs as they learn the equipment, handling skills, rules, and especially the fun that make up the sport of agility.

Agility is for all dogs…

Purebred and mixed breeds welcome! Dogs should know and respond to the basic obedience commands of sit, stay, down and come. Whether you are an experienced AKC competitor looking for tips to improve your scores or an owner wanting to participate in a fun activity with your dog, Baebea's Dog Training goal is to help you and your dog meet your goals. For best results, bring a flat collar and a 6' or longer leash. Don't forget plenty of treats or a favorite toy to reward and motivate your dog!
 

Current Session

The weather has finally improved, yay! I will be judging most of June so regular classes will start July 13th

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Class info will be updated on our calendar and posted on Facebook – please check these regularly.

Beginning Agility – In this class dogs will learn how to correctly perform the different agility obstacles.  Classes are small and customized to meet the needs of the students. Bring a flat collar, a min 6′ leash, water, and small soft treats and/or toys to motivate and reward.

Sundays 6-7 pm 4 week sessions – register and start any week – Starting July 16th
Thursdays 6-7pm 4 week sessions – register and start any week – Starting July 13th

$20 per class or 4 classes for $75.00 Register

Agility Handling Skills –  The focus will be on handling skills – body cues, directional sending and more. Dogs must be familiar with agility obstacles. Classes are small and customized to meet the needs of the students. Bring a flat collar, a min 6′ leash, water, and treats and/or toys to motivate and reward.

Sundays 7:15-8:15 pm 4 week sessions – register and start any week – Starting July 16th
Thursdays 7:15-8:15 pm – 4 week sessions – register and start any week – Starting July 13th

$20 per class or 4 classes for $75.00 Register

Check calendar for conflicts

Location is approx 1 mile from Clark County Fairgrounds, directions will be emailed to you when you register, or text Paula at (503) 913-2411 for the address if paying cash.

I am available to do workshops at your location or mine. Below are some workshops I have offered in the past. Contact me for more info.

Beginning Agility – In this class dogs will learn the contacts required to run an agility course – the A-Frame, dog walk, teeter, tunnels, chute, table and weave poles. Classes are small and customized to meet the needs of the students. Bring a flat collar, a min 6′ leash, water, and treats and/or toys to motivate and reward.

Agility Handling Skills – In this class the focus will be on handling skills – body cues, directional sending, and more. Dogs must be able to perform the contacts required to run an agility course – the A-Frame, dog walk, teeter, tunnels, chute, table and weave poles. Classes are small and customized to meet the needs of the students. Bring a flat collar, a min 6′ leash, water, and treats and/or toys to motivate and reward.

*Class is outdoors in grassy field, dress appropriately and check my calendar to verify we’re meeting.

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