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Dizzy Dogz

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   Dizzy Dogz Agility  Training Venue in Worcester

dizzydogzagility@gmail.com

Note: Dogz with a z

07/10/21

 Providing structured training for dogs at all levels both individually and in small groups since 2006

Beginners with no previous Agility experience are welcome to try an individual training session for free! Some basic "Pet obedience" is required: Come when called and sit/stay being the main points. Dogs must also be sociable with other dogs. (See below) If you would like a chance to try Agility without distractions from other dogs get in touch. You are also welcome to drop in on a training session, meet others and see how we work.

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Agility and play are very active and energetic but we feel an occasional quiet moment is also important.

The rules are: Wait quietly till it's your turn for a treat and don't push in or try to take another dogs' treat. 

All too often we hear: "My dog couldn't be with a crowd of dogs" or "My dog doesn't get on with other dogs"

Have they been given the chance to meet other dogs and gain those social skills?

Puppies

From time to time members of the group acquire new puppies and we all want to meet them as soon as we can. Pictures to left are Tilly (taken 6/8 weeks ago) and Cerys taken yesterday. Having seen the other dogs going through the tunnel she just had to try it!

Puppy classes are a great but we think meeting dogs of all ages is also important. Yesterday the age range was 10 weeks to over 12 years. 

WE DO NOT DO AGILITY TRAINING WITH PUPPIES

but we allow them to gain experience with low impact activities such as going through jumps but with the pole on the ground. In the picture below, Tilly now looking quite grown up is trying the dog walk but flat on the ground.

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Whilst we are an Agility group if you have a young pup and would like him/her to have the experience of meeting other dogs please get in touch but be aware the golden time where dogs gain life experiences best is up to 16/18 weeks

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 Hello Martha (New kid on the block!) Our Spaniel count is rising. 4 then sadly we lost one but it was back to 4 then 5 then 8! I'm a tad  excited, I hear about a pup and my boys: JR and Poodle like Spaniels so, could be 9!

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