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What is Agility?
The aim of dog agility is to guide your dog through a series of obstacles within a course time. The skill levels involved range from good obedience control for Starter Agility through to advanced commands at senior level.

There are numerous agility events throughout Scotland and points gained at Kennel Club sanctioned events in the UK are totalled annually to produce the top agility dog within each region at each working level.

If you want to take part in agility, whether that be just for training purposes or with competition in mind, all you need is a dog with basic obedience training, this is where Prestwick and District can help. Agility is physically beneficial to both dog and handler but most importantly it is a tremendously enjoyable way to enjoy some quality time with friends, canine and human alike.

Prestwick Agility Show
This year’s Agility Show will take place at Rozelle in Ayr on 8th and 9th June 2024.

Beginners Course
Our beginners agility is currently full but we are hoping to have another beginners class starting September time. Contact Carole if you are interested so that you can be added to the waiting list.

Guest trainers
The club is encouraging and organising guest agility trainers to visit our club to provide additional support to our members throughout their agility journey.

Membership of the club is currently £20 for adult membership, £25 for a family membership and £10 for senior or junior membership.

Contact Us
Agility training:
– Carole Boyd for agility, TEXT 07788 951998

Prestwick Pawsabilities won the Crufts Team qualifier in August 2019 and competed at Crufts in March 2020 where they achieved 3rd place in the final!

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Auld Lang SyneFantastic achievement for our large agility team who recently competed at Crufts and finished in 6th place! Well done girls!

P&DDTC club employs motivational training methods and does not support harsh handling. Handlers are encouraged to reinforce desired behaviours rather than punish unwanted ones using food and/or toys as a reward.

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