Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy.
Dogs can begin training for agility when young or old; however, care is taken when training dogs under a year old so as to not harm their developing joints. Dogs generally start training on simplified, smaller, or lowered (in height) agility equipment
However, even quickly learning puppies must be finished growing before training on equipment at standard height to prevent injury.
Introducing a new dog to the agility obstacles varies in response. Each individual dog learns at his own pace; confident dogs may charge over equipment with little encouragement, while more timid dogs may take weeks to overcome their hesitations with much encouragement.
Please refer to the Classes Available page for Agility class details.
Results of 2011 Halkirk Fun Agility Competition
Results of 2013 Halkirk Fun Agility Competition
Results of 2014 Fun Agility Competition
2014 Christmas Party Photos and Harvey movie
The Tia Trophy
List of Winners
Below are some photographs taken of Club Members with their dogs at Agility:-
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