No problem, I would go with the local club though. There usually cheaper and let you use there equipment on the side of classes for nothing.snarky said:cool, thanks!
i'll check into that. i looked at an AKC site and found a local "club" that has agility, OB, and rally? <~not sure what rally is, but they have it....
anyway, i'm starting OB with her next week, she's so eager to learn, and active, oh my..... i can take her for a 2 mile walk and the dog park and she's still raring to go!!!
thanks for info! :wink:
I agree with Chynas mom, $90 for 6 weeks of classes isn't that bad. Until I recently joined an agility club, I use to pay $125 for 6 weeks of classes. I payed that for each level, until we got to intermediate. Then they keep you in the intermediate class until you can complete a novice course succesfully, but I was afraid my money was going down the drain. So I joined an agility club and they have classes with one of the top international and national competitors in agility. I can't wait to start working with her!Lylasmum said:I am looking into starting Lyla in Agility classes next month.
I asked them to email me the cost....
they said. "agility classes are $90.00, and run for one hour, for 6 weeks"
I asked her to clarify the price, but haven't heard back yet.
What do you think? $90 for each week, or for all 6 weeks.
one sounds very expensive and the other sounds cheaper than I expected.
I'm sure Snarky knows that. If you think that he is having a hard time breathing or needs a break then give him a water break. There will also be intructor on site of course for classes and they will let you know too.bigut64 said:i said no because when i did research on bulldogs it said EBs dont like exercise and also have a hard time with it, due to breathing problems. Now if you said Olde English Bulldogge then i would have said yes
DK's said:i vote yes... after hearing about this guy i think there capable of a whole lot more than most would think. his name is big block he is the current #1 rated 40lb class dog with a best pull last i read of 2100LBS. pretty impressive for a 38lb dog i'd say.