Intro to Agility #5

Dog Agility is an excited fun sport for both you and your dog. In this intro class you will be introduced to each of the agility obstacles separately and learn to give both verbal and hand/body commands correctly.

For Intro to agility your dogs needs to be able to SIT, STAY, DOWN, COME relatively reliably and be non-aggressive. About half-way through the classes you will be asked to work your dog off-leash.

WHAT TO BRING:

(1) Your dog –one dog per handler

(2) Crate, x-pen

(3) Flat collar-buckle or snap-with no tags {no choke collars allowed}

(4) 6-foot leather or nylon leash {no chains}

(5) Small soft treats/favorite toy for rewards to dog

(6) Water for your dog and you

(7) Chair if you don't want to stand all the time

 

As with all our classes you must be a paid-member of KCA to participate. The class fee for members is $60, and for non-members $80(this includes the $20 membership fee, good until July 1 of 2012). The course consists of 6 one hour lessons.  A minimum  of 5 dogs must sign up to hold the class.

Please arrive early to the first class for registration and tuition payments. You MUST BRING an up to date copy of your dogs vaccinations, including rabies, DPLH-P, and Bordatella to be attached to your Registration Form. You may pay cash or check (payable to KCA- Kern Canine Activities)

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  • Sandy

    Boiled chicken, Natural Balance rolled dog food may work for you. Your right Jill cheese would be to much for little Luci.

    Get will Luci.

    May 14, 2013

  • Jill G.

    oh poor baby... we use chicken livers.... but cooked... and string cheese bites.. maybe too much fat in those too tho..I hope she gets better soon, she is the star of the class right now...!! hope to see you Saturday!

    May 14, 2013

  • Patricia T.

    I hope Luci and I can attend class next Saturday. She is doing sooo well and we are both having fun. However, she is very sick with pancreatitis and in the hospital getting IV fluids and nutrition. Her Vet thinks the little treats I use for training have made her sick because of the fat content (even though I've used low-fat puppy-pepperoni cut into very small pieces), which is the only recent change in her diet. I'm looking for suggestions for treats. She is so little that the little bits add up to too much fat. What do others use?
    Patricia Tanner

    May 13, 2013

  • Jan

    Fun times!

    May 11, 2013

  • Sandy

    Glad you can make it Jill.

    1 · May 10, 2013

  • Jill G.

    we will be there, sorry we missed last 2 wks. had other committments before I scheduled this class... Thanks Ladies for all your work

    May 6, 2013

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  • Sandy
    KCA Member 2014-2015 / Trainer, Co-Organizer
    Event Host
  • Sherry
    KCA Board Member 2014 -2015 / Trainer, Co-Organizer
    Event Host
  • Jan
    KCA Vice President 14-15/Trainer, Organizer
  • A former member

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