AKC ACT -Agility Course Test
Cheri is the head instructor for agility. She is an AKC agility judge and active competitor in agility. Boo (GSD) is her current teammate, P-Pod (Rat Terrier) is in training and MoMo (GSD) is retired but gets to do whatever he wants to do.
Cheri has titled dogs in agility in AKC, CPE, and Bahamas Kennel Club.
Agility is a fun and exciting activity for you and your dog. You are teammates, and the most rewarding achievement in agility is the relationship that you develop and refine with your dog that allows you to run as a team .
We use only positive reward, play and food treats to let our dogs know when they understood a command or learn a new skill.
Prong collars, harsh corrections, or harsh words just have no place in our training here at Central Florida Dog Sports.
TUESDAY's: 9-10am -
Wednesday's 9-10am- Dogs preparing for ACT
5-6pm Junior Handlers
7-pm-8 Puppies and foundations
* Class Policies*
To ensure quality and enough repetition of skills all classes are limited to 6 dog/ handler teams. No drop ins allowed.
Agility classes are a one month commitment. Payment is due the first class of the month.
Most classes have a waiting list.
Private lessons are available by appointment
Safety is important and we understand dogs. Our field is 110 x 110 with 4 ft high no-climb horse wire , 6" top boards and securely gated.
We have developed a puppy/foundations and fitness section so while one dog is working in the ring the others have meaningful things to do to accelerate and firm up their training.
Yes that is a bat house in the far corner, local labor keeping the insect population in check.
All of our equipment is trial quality and we are constantly updating , calibrating and maintaining our equipment. We have Max200 and MADD Agility jumps, State of the Art Clip and Go Teeter, A-Frame and Dog Walkr and tunnel tamer and Clip and Go