Dog Agility

agility fun Lochaber and District canine society will be holding an agility class this Summer 2010 in Lorn

The regular location will be the Equestrian Centre in Benderloch, although the first meeting on the 11th July had to be moved to Saulmore Farm.

There should be 4 of our instructors there to help everyone

agility a frameIt is a 3pm start.

The rest of the summer dates are

Saturday 21st August

Saturday 18th September

Saturday  16th October

agility walkway

This is a trial to see what interest there is around here, and the folks from Lochaber are being very generous with thier time and effort as they will be bringing all their equipment up and down each time from Spean Bridge.

agility jumpsIf there is lots of support for the summer dates then they will then decide if we continue over the winter or start again in the Spring.

At the moment they are charging £5 yearly membership plus £5 per agility session.

Here are some contact details

Lesley Stewart       01855 821519  (07786184606)

Jackie MacDonald  01855 821282  (07795294959)

agility spread

They accept any size of dog any breed,  as long as they are fit and well behaved.

Dogs must be at least a year old to jump, younger dogs over 9 months old can try other equipment. There are no upper age limits as long as they are reasonably fit and not suffering from disabilities like hip dysplasia.

agility see saw

This is a fun sport for dogs and handlers, and can be very social, if you have a dog and you are new to the area this is a great way of meeting like minded people.

One Response

  1. Lesley Stewart - July 11, 2010

    Thank you to everyone who came to the Dog agility on Saturday, if we can keep the interest up even on the wet days, there may be a chance of continuing after October. It is a lot of hard work to train a dog, but Saturday you excelled yourselves as handlers, it is so good to see the dogs having fun and trying their hardest to work out what you are asking them to do. It is a very energetic afternoon for the dogs, some were getting tired by the time we finnished PLEASE feel free to take your dog away for a rest if they need it, (you know your dog) they will go on until they drop, it’s up to you to recognise fatigue.

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