Seven consecutive DOCNA National and Regional Agility Titles have been won by Pamela and her dogs. Pamela is also experienced in AKC, NADAC, USDAA and DOCNA Agility venues. Agility is not only about qualifying it is the process of how you qualified, so that handler and dog obtain continued success!
Pals n Paws Agility Field
6932 Morse Ave
* class is outdoors and subject to weather
Group Lesson registration is available on line by clicking on the calendar tab at the top of this page or the class registration button to the right of this page. Private agility lessons are available by appointment only.
Dogs and handlers will be introduced to the basic agility equipment. Dogs work on leash, during the first four weeks of the course. How to read course maps will be introduced. Sportsmanship will be covered. Class is 4 weeks.
Beginner’s Off Leash and Sequencing:
Beginners learn to put together the obstacles with an introduction to distance. Most importantly to those candidates who want to continue on to show, the start line handling will bring future success. Dogs must have attended a Beginners Agility Class. Class is 4 weeks.
Dogs and handlers of all skill levels may attend. Lesson plan is segmented to a specific training level requirement needed for each dog and handler who are registered for class. Objective to instill confidence and a sense of fun in performing agility obstacles in short to long sequences. Mission is to keep your dog working with enthusiasm. This class will feature some new challenges for the handlers, distance exercises, exercises to increase speed, and exercise plans to increase the focus of each dog. Review of the proper way to practice agility in order to obtain the necessary progress required for competition success. Class is 4 weeks.
* Dog must have completed a Beginner Agility Class. Or able to work off leash. Dog must demonstrate basic control. This class is for intermediate dogs and excellent.