Lisa has been on hiatus from Agility due to her hip surgery.
Private lessons for you and your dog may be available, please
for more information.
What's the most fun you can have with your dog? Opinions
vary, but everyone agrees on this:
Agility is great exercise for both dog and handler.
Agility helps to build confidence in young or shy dogs.
Agility helps develop a strong training relationship
between dog and handler, built on teamwork and mutual trust (and treats,
lots of treats! lol).
Agility helps to focus an athletic dog's energies in a
Agility is for ALL dogs: small, large, purebred or mixed
Agility is one of the fastest growing dog sports in
America, because it is FUN for both dog and handler!
Would you like to know how to get started?
For beginning agility, your dog should have had SOME prior
training, be well behaved around other dogs, and at the very least, a
reliable recall. (Don't worry, the basics are covered the first night
Your dog should be at least six months old, fully
vaccinated, and free from physical problems.
Agility training MUST NOT BE RUSHED! Your dog must be
physically and mentally mature before you can expect competition level
performance. A solid foundation is the basis of all agility training.
At Loyalville, you and your dog will receive individual
attention, with a view to a satisfying and SAFE agility experience at a pace
that is comfortable to both you and your dog.
A course consists of six weekly classes of 60 minutes each,
at a cost of $85.00. A $25 deposit will hold your place, the balance
is due on the first night. We accept cash, checks, and yes, you can
even use your credit card!
Classes are held outdoors on a private grassy lawn in the
back mountain area, weather permitting. Winter classes are held in a
covered, well lit horse arena. We are very excited about this new
Our classes are not Association-specific. You can go
on to compete in any agility organization you like.
If you are interested in getting started with agility please
e-mail and include:
your day and time of class preference, and your dog's:
breed (if any!),
level of obedience training
your prior dog training experience.
Are you already started on agility and need advanced training?
My dog Buster, resting in the shade of the A-frame.