low country dog agility club - debbiebissett.com

For most classes, new students can now join every month. Each day and time agility is offered will be dedicated to that level indicated on the schedule.  Once your dog is ready to advance, you will change to the next level. You now pay by the month and have the ability to move at your own pace.

This is a month to month class with the prerequisite of Foundation for the Future 2, or with instructor approval as long as the dog can perform contact obstacles and weave poles. You will practice short sequences of 2 to 6 obstacles excluding weave poles. Dogs should be under control on leash, have no aggression issues and have some understanding of basic obedience cues (sit, stay, down and come).

The prerequisite for this class is Obstacles/Short Sequencing or instructor approval.  This is an ongoing monthly class. Dogs should be under control on leash, have no aggression issues and have some understanding of basic obedience cues  (sit, stay, down, come), as well as be able to perform the obstacles excluding the weave poles.  The class will work more on handling skills, and will work in 6-8 obstacle sequences.  This class should be able to transition into the Novice/Open Coursework class.

The prerequisite for this class is Obstacles/Short Sequencing.  This is an ongoing monthly class. Dogs should be under control on leash, have no aggression issues and have some understanding of basic obedience cues  (sit, stay, down, come), as well as be able to perform the obstacles including the weave poles.  During the class the dogs will work on weaves, tire, and contacts in up to 14-20 obstacles courses.  This class should be able to transition into the Intermediate/Masters Coursework class.

We are a USDAA affilliated club that holds 6 trials per year. We also have training. We love having fun with our dogs.

This class is the basis for many sport futures such as agility, obedience, and Rally. Anyone with very little to no prior agility experience should start in this class. The class focus is for those wanting to go into agility to learn and practice what they will need to teach their dog/puppy in preparation for agility competition. (Targeting, shaping, body awareness, directionals , building drive and core strength, handler/obstacle focus, tight turns, cues, building value for obstacles, contacts, and more.)

Agility offers a fun, fast paced, team sport for you and your dog. You will watch in amazement as your energetic canine learns how to navigate an obstacle course by jumping hurdles, climbing walls, zig zagging through weave poles, and darting through tunnels. What’s even more amazing is how YOU learn to navigate the same course with them.

This organization is an independent organization or an independent auxiliary (i.e., not affiliated with a National, Regional, or Geographic grouping of organizations).

This is an ongoing, monthly class. Handlers do not have to have earned a title yet but you must be able to perform longer, show quality, sequences and courses.  The dogs are competing at the highest level, and know all of the equipment. We will work on technique, handling styles, and game performance while building speed and endurance.

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Your dog will need to be under control while you work off leash during this class. If you are coming from another training facility, signing up for this class would need to be approved by a K9CC instructor.