Leamington use the Kennel Club building at Stoneleigh Park for it agility training. In the winter the section train in the West hall on Crufts type artificial lawn. If you are interested in winter training on a Crufts type surface whether it be for Crufts practice, winter training or you are looking for a local friendly agility club then please contact the section from the contact us page.
The agility sections new beginners courses are full for the next 6 months so if you enquire about training, please do not be offended if you are told the list is closed until further notice.
The section trains on a Tusday evening starting at 7pm. For an idea of what it looks like, see the pictures below:-
Agility was first introduced to the UK in 1978 and the structure of the competition has not changed very much over the years. Many people think that Agility is the most enjoyable of all the canine sports for both dogs and humans.
It is fast, furious and a great favourite with competitors and spectators alike. Your dog does not have to be a pedigree, or pure-bred dog to take part, but it must be registered with the Kennel Club on either the Breed Register or the Activity Register to compete.
Agility is a comparatively new form of dog competition, where the animal's fitness and the handler's ability to train and direct the dog over and through certain obstacles are tested.
If you decide that Agility is a suitable activity for you and your dog, then Leamington Dog Training Club can help you. We have a dedicated section that trains all sizes and breeds of dogs in agility techniques.
Leamington Dog Training Club Agility section runs beginners to advanced courses on Tuesday evenings at The Kennel Club building, Stoneleigh Park.
Classes consist of two 45 minute sessions, the cost being £3.00 per class.To book this course, contact the section head of agility on the number found on the contact us page, or alternatively, download the beginners Agility Application Form and send it to the address on the form.
During the summer months the section undertake various agility demonstrations at village fetes and school fairs around the Midlands and any money donated to us goes to the clubs Charity of the Year which this year until April is Cancer detection dogs. Please contact the club if you are looking for a fun and lively demonstration for your village fete or show.
Leamington Dog Training Club cannot be held responsible for the loss, damage or injury to any person, their dog(s) or their belongings while in the confines of the training club.