Training...

Training is held on Thursday nights at Castle Hill Showground Dog Rings.

Please be at the ground 30 minutes prior to the start time to assist in setting up equipment so that training may commence on time.

  • Intro / Beginners: 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm

  • Green / Yellow / Purple: 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm

  • Blue / Red: 7:30 pm to 9.30 pm

 

All our training is based on positive reinforcement methods and our Instructors are happy to guide you in using these methods. You will have much more success and a happier and more willing dog if you follow their advice.

It is essential to practice at home in order to progress through the classes. You don’t need a big backyard, just enough space for one or two jumps and some weave poles. Ask your Instructor for advice on this basic equipment and flatwork exercises. Your dog will love you for this quality time spent with him/her.

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Costs...

The current costs associated with our club are as followed:

Joining Fee                                                $20

 

Annual subscription

  • Single                                                   $40

  • Dual                                                     $45

  • Junior (over 12, under 16)                $20

  • Family (2 adults, 2 kids)                    $50

  • Extra child (under 16)                       $10

Please note: The Agility Dog Club of NSW does NOT refund membership fees due to change of mind.

Ground Fees:                                            $5 each week

For insurance purposes each week you will need to pay ground fees before you start training at the office. Cash only

Location...

 

What do I need to bring?

  • Your dog

  • A flat collar and lead. We DO NOT allow choke chains, poke collars or shock collars

  • Cash for ground fees

  • Yummy treats (If you forget we do have some for sale on the night)

  • A sense of humor

Your Dog must be over 9 months of age to train.

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