Flyball is a team relay race competition – four dogs and handlers on one team compete against four dogs and handlers on another team. The teams race each other on a 51-foot course with a start/finish line on one end, a Flyball box on the other end, and four hurdles in between. If your dog has drive and energy and likes to play ball, Flyball could be the sport for you! 

You and your dog will learn the fundamentals of Flyball training including building drive to a reward, a safe and efficient box turn, and proper striding over the jumps while ignoring distractions. And of course, you and your dog will work as a team and have fun together!

This is a mixed level class. Both beginner and intermediate teams will get just what they need. The instructor will adapt each run to the level of the dog.

  • Completion of Manners 1 or equivalent
  • Those who have trained elsewhere will need to complete a Class Readiness Evaluation.
  • Dogs must be current on vaccinations.
  • If you’re new to WAGD, review Be Ready for Group Class and WAGD Policies prior to enrollment.
  • $88
  • Enrollment – Four weekly sessions, each 50 minutes.
  • No make-ups are available for missed classes.

After enrollment, watch for a confirmation email with important details.

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  • Flyball Trainer

    Cindy Dalton
    Cindy Dalton has been competing in flyball since early 2008, starting with her rescue cattle dog Bentley. The club she competes on, Sure Shots, is the 6th fastest team in U-FLI flyball. Sure Shots travel to the U-FLI Championship tournament at Purina Farms each year and placed third in Division 2 in 2017. She currently has three border collie/whippet mixes […]