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Agility Training

The Ottawa Canine School offers recreational agility training at our indoor facility.  

Agility is an excellent MENTAL and PHYSICAL activity for dogs of all breeds, big or small. In these fun, recreational class, we introduce your dog to much more than jumping through hoops.


Agility I

Agility I is for dogs who are at least 6 months old, have completed Basic Good Manners (or equivalent at any training school) and have no formal agility training.

In this introductory class, we use positive methods to allow your dog to attempt the following obstacles at their own pace:

  • Tire jump
  • Chute
  • Jumps
  • Pause table
  • Tunnel

Age Requirements: At least 6 months old

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Basic Good Manners (or equivalent from any training school). Proof of completion is required. Your dog must not exhibit fearful or reactive behaviours towards people and dogs. Reactive Rover graduates with your instructor’s approval are welcome. If you’re unsure if your dog would be a good fit for this class, check out our popular Reactive Rover class or contact us with your questions.

Course Length: 6 lessons (6 consecutive weeks; 1 hour each lesson)

Price: $145 + HST for 6 lessons

Max. Class Size: 6 dogs


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Agility II

Agility II is for dogs who have passed Agility I. 

Once your dog has mastered the obstacles introduced in level I, they are ready for level II.  Here we add more challenging obstacles such as the teeter and weave poles, while also starting to work on more complicated handling skills.  In this class, you will start working with your dog off-leash for maximum FUN

Age Requirements: At least 6 months old

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Agility I and with instructor’s approval (any location). Proof of completion is required. Your dog must not exhibit fearful or reactive behaviours towards people and dogs. Reactive Rover graduates with your instructor’s approval are welcome. If you’re unsure if your dog would be a good fit for this class, check out our popular Reactive Rover class or contact us with your questions.

Course Length: 6 lessons (6 consecutive weeks; 1 hour each lesson)

Price: $145 + HST for 6 lessons

Max. Class Size: 6 dogs


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Agility III

Agility III is for dogs who have passed Agility II. 

This class is for all students who have mastered the obstacles in levels I & II.  The class will be tailored to the individual dogs in the class, with focus on handling and precision on fun, challenging courses

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Agility II and with instructor’s approval (any location). Proof of completion is required. Your dog must not exhibit fearful or reactive behaviours towards people and dogs. Reactive Rover graduates with your instructor’s approval are welcome. If you’re unsure if your dog would be a good fit for this class, check out our popular Reactive Rover class or contact us with your questions.

Course Length: 6 lessons (6 consecutive weeks; 1 hour each lesson)

Price: $145 + HST for 6 lessons

Max. Class Size: 6 dogs


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What to Bring to Class:

  • Plenty of small training treats that your dog loves
  • A regular 6-foot leash (non-retractable)
  • A dog training food reward pouch, bag, or holder so that you can retrieve your food reward easily
  • A regular collar or harness
  • Indoor shoes (for the humans) if it is wet or mucky out

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WHAT CLIENTS SAY:

“My dog and I learned many valuable lessons to carry out through our day to day lives. Thank you! That’s exactly what we wanted! Great patience, instructions were clear. Loving atmosphere! great experience.” – Meghan

“We enjoyed coming to class every week, and have continued to work on skills with Dario that needed work in class. We can’t wait for Agility 2 next winter!  Fumie is very patient and explains each skill and command very thoroughly. The homework was always beneficial and easy to follow. An added bonus was the skills that we learned to keep our active dog busy at home, and tire him out even when he can’t get out for a walk or run.” – Tricia

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