Fungility has the fun of Agility without the commitment of doing a lot of training at home. This class will not cover the finer points of the sport. It will focus on learning the easier obstacles and having fun.  Dogs will learn several of the agility obstacles including Jump, A-Frame, Dogwalk, Tire and Tunnel. The obstacles will be kept at a lower height for safety AND you’ll have the option to skip the pesky teeter and weave poles. Because we keep all the equipment nice and low, this class is appropriate for young dogs and even senior dogs.

Both people AND dogs love this class. You’ll both get a weekly chance to get out, get some exercise and have some fun together! Only minimal practice will need to happen at home for this class. This six-week Intro to Fungility class will introduce the obstacles  and some very basic handling. You’ll also start stringing those obstacles together to create mini-courses. Start out by joining an Intro to Fungility™ class. Some teams may choose to take the Intro class multiple times. Once you and your dog have mastered the targeted obstacles, you’ll be ready to join an Ongoing Fungility group to keep the fun rolling!

  • To join Intro to Fungility
    • Minimum age is 11 months.
    • Manners 2
    • Completion of an Agility Readiness Evaluation
  • To join Ongoing Fungility
    • Completion of Intro to Fungility and proficiency on all skills taught 
    • Instructor Approval
    • Retired agility dogs, and those who have trained elsewhere, are welcome. Just shoot us an email (info@whatagreatdog.com) to get approval prior to the class starting.
  • Dogs must be current on vaccinations.
  • For Intro to Fungility
    • Enrollment – six consecutive weekly 50 minute class meetings at your designated day/time.
    • Class Fee – $168
  • For Ongoing Fungility
    • $88 for each set of 4 consecutive class meetings, each one hour long.
    • Review Ongoing Class Policies prior to enrolling.
    • To drop the class, 1 WEEK WRITTEN NOTICE is required. Please send contact information to info@whatagreat.dog

NOTE: If no class times display below, please contact us to join an “interest list”. You will then be notified when a new class is scheduled.

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Your Instructors

  • Specialty & Pet Manners Trainer

    Gabi Vannini
    Gabi Vannini joined the WAGD staff in fall 2018. She teaches agility, obedience, rally, and tricks. She is an AKC CGC and Trick evaluator. Gabi is certified in dog training through CATCH Canine Trainer’s Academy. Gabi competes with her own dogs and has titled in obedience, agility, rally, conformation, lure coursing, dock diving, barn hunt, tricks and herding. She has […]
  • Agility Trainer

    Ryan Shaw, CPDT-KA
    Ryan joined WAGD in May of 2011, teaching Agility and Pet Manners classes. Ryan worked in the commercial construction industry for 22 years. When she earned her CPDT-KA (Certified Professional Dog Trainer)  in 2013, Ryan left the corporate world to pursue her dream of working with and training dogs as a full-time profession. Ryan’s utilizes positive reinforcement training methods, including […]