K9 Korruption Dog Sports and Training Club Message Board › New Meetup: Agility meet up indoors- November 27th
|A former member||
Due to the overwhelming response for this group I have decided to open up a second time slot. If you RSVP'd for the earlier group and would like to change to the later time please remember to change your RSVP's. Thank you! I look forward to seeing everyone.
Announcing a new Meetup for The Edmonton Dog Agility Meetup!
What: Agility meet up indoors- November 27th
When: December 7, 2009 7:00 PM
Price: CAD100.00 10 visit flex pass
Edmonton , AB T6E 2X4
Start Date: November 27th, 2009
Cost: $100.00 / flex pass
Address: 6013-86 Street, Edmonton
You can pay by Paypal online at Edmonton Agility Meet up, or cash in person to Jozie, NO cheques please.
Every Friday 7-8pm (except holidays)
10 visit pass $100 (+GST), passes are valid for 6 months.
You must R.S.V.P so we can keep the numbers reasonable so that everyone gets the most out of the experience.
Meet others who are interested in the sport of dog agility. A just for fun agility group meeting every Friday, we provide the equipment and the space and as much help as you need. We provide a fun and supportive group for you to come and play, whether you are brand new to the sport or an old hand we are here to help you get the most out of your dog! Bring your dog, a leash and lots of treats and your cheering voice!
If your dog has energy to burn we have the activity for you! even the most hyper of the hounds goes home ready for a nap! a tired dog is a good dog!
1) it builds confidence in shy and reserved dogs.
2) it improves coordination (dog and human)
3) it is great mental and physical stimulation
4) it's a great release for active dogs,
5) it's great for building control of easily stimulated dogs,
are just a few of the reasons agility is so great! not to mention having a great time with people who have one great thing in common...they love dogs!
Your enthusiasm, really yummy doggy treats, a leash, good shoes, your camera and your cheering voice, oh yeah and your dog!
Trainer Jozie Nolting- Canine Communications.
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