Brea Agility Dogz offers agility training at all levels from Complete Beginners to Competition Level. We are interested in training anyone who wishes to have fun with their dog - whether it is only ever as an 'evening out' or if you wish to compete at agility shows.
Registering On An Agility Course
Now that you have found out a little more about agility and our training methods, if you would like to join us you will need to complete a simple registration form. You can obtain this by completing our Contact Form.
We recommend that you register your interest with us as soon as you can due to our new Agility for Beginners classes always being in very high demand.
We offer places on new Agility for Beginners courses in the order people have registered with us. If you have a puppy or a young dog (under 12 months) you are welcome to register them as soon as you get them so they can be offered a place in the next available beginners class once they are 12 months old.
Our dog agility customers travel from across Cornwall to come to our training classes - from Penzance, St Ives, Hayle, Helston, Camborne, Redruth to Truro, Perranporth, Newquay, St Austell and Falmouth.
Due to the popularity of our classes, we hold a reserve list of people who wish to join. It is advisable to register your interest with us as soon as possible as we offer places in new classes to people in the order they have registered. Please see our Joining page for more details.
It is ideal for dogs who wish to take part in group agility lessons to have a basic sit, wait and recall and be sociable towards other dogs and people. However, at BaDDogz we recognise that some people who would love to take part in agility sometimes need a little help with their dog's basic obedience. Therefore, we incorporate all of these elements in to our Agility for Beginners courses so it no longer needs to be a barrier to you and your dog joining in the fun of agility!
We also offer 1-2-1 obedience lessons for people who wish to receive more intensive support, or who are keen to progress quickly to being able to join an agility group.
Please Contact Us for more information.
If you would like to join agility classes, but your dog is worried about being near other dogs or people then we can still help. We offer 1-2-1 lessons and also shared lessons where we can teach you in a very small group with people whose dogs have similar needs. This means your dog can learn agility and receive socialisation, in a controlled environment, at the same time. These lessons are all led by a qualified animal behaviourist.
Please Contact Us for further details about joining any of our courses.