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Our 4,000 square-foot course includes jumps, teeter-totters, A-frames, tunnels, and chutes. We allow our dogs and owners to have lot of fun and freedom in class - we aren't too strict on obstacle rules, therefore, classes are not intended for owners that want to compete.
This course is an introduction to agility. Some obedience is necessary for this class and you will continue to work with motivational/reward-based techniques and bond-building so that you and your dog work as a team. Your dog will learn the obstacles each class and then we will complete short sequences to run through. The course is limited to 7 participants. Class runs for 1 hour for six consecutive weeks.
We focus on some of the tougher obstacles, off-leash course runs, and completing the course faster. The obstacle course also gets more difficult to challenge you and your dog! You must have completed Agility Level I to enter this class.
Aggressive dogs are not be permitted
Dogs are expected to be able to perform basic commands
Classes are $200 per six-week session and are not refundable.
Dogs must be current on vaccinations
You will have to fill out paperwork and pay in advance to reserve your spot.
Hear why our clients are loving Agility Training at No Leash Needed!
My dog, Rex, did a 6-week Agility 1 course. He loved every second as the course focuses more on fun rather than competition (but it can get a little competitive too.) And after the course, I actually got to enjoy my weekend a bit as he was too exhausted for his usual shenanigans. We're looking forward to Agility 2 in fall.
We love No Leash! Junior goes to day camp at least twice a week. We also board here and did training. They are wonderful!
We took our young and active dog to the Pet Agility class at NLN West. It was a lot of fun, and it really wears her out (very important). We are looking forward to the next class! We have been very impressed with the NLN staff in general.
Visit us at any of our 7 convenient locations across St. Louis and St. Charles.