Class Descriptions

Each session consists of 6 individual classes, each class runs for an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes in length.

Private instruction is held most weekday mornings and afternoons.

Freilance Dog Sports classes are set up with the thought that you will be competing one day. If your goal is not to compete but to come out, have fun and build a better relationship with your dog, you will do that while learning to do the obstacles safely and correctly. However, you will need to work with your dog during the week so that you do not fall behind the class.

In the Foundation sessions, we will spend time working on play drive, introducing the clicker and obedience in the context of agility. Ideally your dog should already come when called, sit, down and stay on command but not to worry, we will work on those skills in class. Our main goal is to start building a team relationship with you and your dog.

In the Beginning sessions we will build on your foundation and introduce the obstacles and handling. You will be introduced to handling skills so that you and your dog will build on the small successes.

In the Intermediate and Advanced sessions we will improve obstacle performance and concentrate on handling. This is an on going process and you and the others in the class will typically move together developing your skills as the class progresses.

Many of our students compete at the highest levels in AKC, USDAA,CPE and NADAC, earning championships along the way. Some are even competing abroad at international events.

We hold the classes and individual lessons outdoors under lights year round. We will cancel due to weather occasionally. You can always check to see the status of classes and lessons by checking Message Board, the Freilance Dog Sports Facebook Group and/or checking my voicemail at 925.229.8041.

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