Suzie Greentree Dog Training run group Agility Classes on a Thursday afternoon.
Foundations for Agility...3.00 pm to 4pm
Level 1 Pre Novice.......... .4.10 pm to 5.10 pm
Monday group class in May at 3 pm coming soon
Class sizes are small
Foundation 8 students
Life skills, foundations & Flatwork for Agility
Levels 1 Pre - Novice 6 students
Pre novice handling, course work & equipment training
Each month classes will vary focusing on different skills for success
in Agility, from handling, turns, contacts, tunnel games etc.
Each month the classes we offer will have a different focus, different
skills for Agility so keep an eye on our Facebook page for the
latest updates on what classes we will be offering next month.
All participants should bring
Dog crate if you have one
Lots of training treats
A tug toy
Dogs must be either crated or on leash at all time except when with instructor
Dogs must have a recall when off leash
Dog must be healthy, vaccinated & wormed regularly
Our weekly classes are a duration of 4 consecutive weeks pre paid on week 1, the first Agility class - 4 weeks non refundable
I offer a variety of training opportunities for my clients:
Group training Agility sessions
Private lessons for Beginner Agility
Private lessons for Obedience at all levels from Beginner
to Advanced -Companion Dog, Novice, Open, Utility & UDX
Private on line Obedience training for NSW & interstate clients
Training or competitions Video Reviews
Small Group lessons (weekdays)
Mobile: 0404 447 506
Hire my grounds for your own training
Contact Suzie 0404447506
These courses are designed to train you & your dog through fun games and core foundations, as well as jump sequences and tunnels.
Build skills, confidence and self control with your dog
Our obstacle class is based on Martina Magnoli Klimesova & Susan Garrets foundations
Typical skills taught in fun obstacle foundations include:
learning to jump with correct form
small jumping sequences
fitness exercise foundations
This course is designed for dogs that are not aggressive towards either people or other dogs, unfortunate dogs that have these issues are not suitable to attend these classes. Dogs must also have a RELIABLE RECALL. (No dog under 12 months will be jumping full heights only foundations training.)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
WHAT TYPE OF FOOD TO BRING TO TRAINING?
We like to use soft food for training as it's easy for the dog to eat. Examples include very small slices of cheese, hotdog, salami, ham, chicken or any food your dog likes that is not crumbly. Bring at least one cup. The receipe below can be made in a baking dish and cut into small bites.
Queensland State Titles
Obedience Utility Competition
Open Obedience Competition
Working Pack Dog Title