Supervised Agility Practice in Spencerville
We are offering supervised practices on Saturdays at the Drummond Arena. Below are the dates that are available. Participants will need to sign up and pay for 2, 4 or 6 dates. We need a minimum of 6 dogs committed for each date in order to cover costs. Maximum will be 10 dogs for a 2 hour practice. A course will be set up and you will have 5 minutes per turn to do as you wish on the course. Participnts will need to come early to set up and help put equipment away after the practice. Cost is $30 for each dog per month for members and $40 for non-members. Payment options are given on the main training page. The classes run from 1 to 3 PM. Available dates are:
#! January 19 and 26
#2 Feb 16 and Feb 23 ( February 16 may be changed to February 2)
#3 March 2 and 23
Unsupervised Agility Practice at
Space is available at Silver Dawn for Paws4Fun members who wish to work with their dogs over the winter.
Silver Dawn is a stable for retired horses located at 971 Sanderson Road. The arena is used to store hay and exercise the horses with a space about 55’ x 110' which may be used to set up agility equipment.
Equipment consists of a dog walk, tire and teeter from Paws4Fun. Jan and Lorna have an A- frame, weaves, 4 tunnels and jumps as well as various training materials. This year broad and panel jumps have been added. The jumps have been changed to the new 2018 heights. This equipment is intended for practice and is not AAC approved. Equipment must be set up and put away after each practice session.
Practice times may be booked by Paws4Fun members every evening from 7:00 - 9:00 and Saturday and Sunday mornings from 9 - 12. The arena is used to exercise the horses in the afternoons and by Jan and Lorna weekday mornings.
The cost is $10 cash per person. This covers arena rental. You may have more than one dog
and there is no time limit. Users must sign a liability waiver. All dogs must be up to date on vaccinations including Bordetella.
Bookings are made through Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org
To get to the arena, you must cross the paddock while the horses are in the stable. The paddock may be muddy and icy.
One person can move the jumps and tunnels. It is best to practice with someone if you want to move the larger equipment.
There are two dogs on the property, Aussie who does agility and Tam a very old Border Collie who is is deaf and has poor vision. Drive with care.
There are no bathroom facilities. There is a small Canadian Tire potty for emergencies.