What is Flyball?
Flyball is a relay race in which two flyball teams compete against each other. A flyball team consists of four main dogs and their handlers, a boxloader, and one or two alternate dogs and handlers. A dog from each team races over a series of four hurdles, steps on a flyball box, catches a tennis ball that flies out of the box, and returns with the ball over the four hurdles and across the start/finish line. The race is won by the first team to have all four dogs successfully complete their runs.
New class starting July 16, 2013
Class Description: Flyball is a dog sport in which two teams of four dogs run in a relay race against each other. It is a fast, athletic and highly stimulating dog sport. In this class we will use positive training techniques to teach your dog the core skills while also emphasizing fun and safety.
Class fee: $100 + membership dues. Class is limited to twelve students.
Class Description: Graduates of our level one class can continue to develop their flyabll skills in the level two and three classes. We will refine the box turn, strengthen jumping consistency and develop passing skills in hopes of preparing the dogs to join a competition team.
Class fee: $75 + membership dues
Prerequisites: Flyball 1