Member Practice
 - Open Ring

Got Questions? Please contact the Training Director at Training@paws4funagility.ca

 Open Ring Practice - members only

Each session will have a small course set up as well as a separate area to work on a specific skill.  We will rotate through the dogs at 4 minute intervals.  There is no formal instruction during open ring time.  You can work on the sequence provided or do what you’d like with the equipment that’s set up.

An e-mail will be sent out to all members the Monday before open ring time to ask who would be interested in participating on the coming Saturday.  A few details about the set up for the week will be provided at that time.

The cost of the open ring time is $10 per handler (with as many dogs as you want to bring) to be paid in CASH directly to SilverDawn on the day of the event.  Payment on the day of the event will give some flexibility if something comes up and you are no longer able to attend at the last minute.

2022 Dates:  5-Nov, 19-Nov, 3-Dec, 17-Dec

Time: 2pm to 5pm

Course / Skill:

    - Nov-5 Setup

Location: SilverDawn, 971 Sanderson Road, Oxford Mills

General Details

At your first event of the season each participant will be required to fill out a waiver for SilverDawn.

Open practice is open to Paws4Fun Agility Club members only.

You do not need to stay for the entire 3 hour session.

We will rotate through the dogs at 4 minute intervals.  

There is no formal instruction during open ring time.  

You can work on the sequence provided or do what you’d like with the equipment that’s set up.

Participants are expected to help with tear down if they are at SilverDawn at the end of the event.

Parking is accessed by using the laneway to the right of the house.  Please drive slowly. The arena is a short walk from the parking area. See the Winter Indoor Practice page for details about SilverDawn.

The arena is out of the wind but not heated.  The floor of the arena is packed dirt.  Please dress appropriately.

Please ensure adequate space between your dog and others.

Dogs MUST be on leash and under control while they are waiting for their turn in the ring. You may choose to crate from your car, bring your own crate for use in the arena or to hold your dogs leash.  A few crates are available on-site on a first come first serve basis.