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Agility - Sunday Member Practice Time is 3:00 p.m.
8009 E. Farmers Ave. (off East Loop 335)
(All members are welcome to practice at the field IF their dogs have successfully completed an AOTC Agility Class and they & their dogs are familiar with the proper and safe execution of all obstacles.  Review Agility Area Rules below.)

Agility Training Director - Jeri Berryman
AKC Agility Regulations and Agility Judges Guidelines
AOTC Agility Area Rules:  EVERYONE PLEASE READ !!!

2019 Agility Class Schedule
 Class registration will be March 14th from 6:30-7:30 at our indoor training facility 
 at 8175 S Osage  
We will not have anymore outdoor agility classes until next spring.

Certificate of rabies vaccination must be presented.  NO DOGS AT REGISTRATION. 

Class sizes are limited to provide you with the best possible instruction. 
Below is the list of classes that will be offered.  

Please note the start dates listed by Instructor.  Class is held for approximately one hour.


DAY/First Class                      TIME


CLASS  (See descriptions below)



Agility Foundation II
(must have completed Foundation I)

Lynne Tellman



Agility Foundation 1 Continuing: - This is a BEGINNING agility class focusing on flatwork, fundamental introduction to obstacles, and very short sequences. There are no prerequisites for this class.  However, a prior obedience class is recommended.

Agility Foundation 2:
This is a CONTINUATION of the Foundation 1 Class.  Prerequisite: Foundation 1

Agility Foundation 3:
This is a CONTINUATION of the Foundation 2 Class. Prerequisite: Foundation 2

Beginning Sequencing:
Dogs must have the skills needed to work off leash at the beginning of this class.  This class will focus on training your dog to run short sequences of obstacles successfully, staying focused and on course.  



For those competing at or preparing for Novice level competition.  Classes will alternate with drills, courses and some weave work.   

Excellent Skills Drills Class:
For those competing at an Excellent/ Masters level. Each week there will be different agility drills to work on.  

This class is geared to students at most any level.  We will work fun sequences using people and objects as distractions.  There will be a variety of agility games to work cues, focus and confidence.  This is also a social class where students will be encouraged to mingle, visit, and even have a few tasty snacks on the field.  Our goal is to keep our dogs focused and on course. 


Channel Weaves:

This class is targeted to those training at the Beginner/Foundation and Started/Novice levels that have little to no basics of weave training and want to learn to teach their dogs the channel method of weaving using a full set of 12 poles.  Single obstacles such as jumps and tunnels may be used to work entrances and exits as the class advances.  

It is highly recommended you have a full set of poles at home, or prepare to visit the field frequently if you are a member to practice using the Club's channel weaves.  All students who are members will be shown how to properly use the channel weaves for practice outside of class time. Your dog must be a minimum of 12 months old to participate in this class.  Class Limit - 6

Foundation Weaves:

This class is for dogs with no weave skills. The rudiments of weaves will be taught using channel weaves and the owner must be willing to commit to training between classes. Dog must be at least 1 year old.  Limited to 8 dogs.

Advanced Weaves:

Dog must know 12 straight line weaves. In this class the dog will learn how to find their entrance, committed weaves, and proofing. This class is open to club members only. Limit 8 dogs