Flyball races match two teams of four dogs each, racing side-
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What equipment is used in flyball:
Flyball jumps -
Reward of choice (Many different items can be used. This should be something that your dog really likes)
*** A good recall ***
Retrieving/Fetching a tennis ball (remember what they do at home, may not be what they do here. It is a new environment with a lot of distraction)
Jumping over jumps
Passing other dogs in close proximity off leash without going after them (we will work on this, don’t worry if they can’t yet. As they become familiar, it will happen)
Classes meet weekly for one hour and are offered on Wednesdays at 6pm for 6 weeks
Class size is limited to 10 participants. Minimum of 5 to start the class.
To secure your place in the class payment in full must be received. If you decide not to participate in the class before it starts you may receive a 50% refund. Once class starts no refunds are given.
Dogs which exhibit aggression towards people or dogs may need to be pulled from the class and offered private training until deemed safe to return to a group class.
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