How to start Dog Agility Training

How to start Dog Agility Training

Here’s a quick overview of the options there are to join us at Anglian Dog Works, Cambridge.

Click the links below for more details


Want a taster?
We host 90-minute Agility workshops throughout the year at Balsham, that give you an overview of some exercises covered in the agility courses. For more details, browse dates and book: Dog Agility Taster Workshops


Due to the recent successful workshops, we now are operating a waiting list for these taster sessions; if you would like to express your interest please do get in touch using the contact form outlining your availability. An introduction to Agility can also be arranged in a 121 basis, see 'Private Training Sessions'.

Want to get started?
The next courses at Barton and Balsham are live on the booking system. For more details, browse the dates and book: Dog Agility Beginners Course

Want a flexible, fast-tracked, or focused option? Private sessions will be a really great option for you! And if you've met us for a workshop, because that covers a preview of what the course involves, it's likely we can cover the beginners syllabus in just a handful of sessions! For more details, browse dates at Barton and Balsham and book: Private Training Sessions

Want to advance? I run pay-as-you-go Agility Club Group Sessions at Barton and Balsham exclusively for those wanting to progress their agility skills after attending a Course or a block of Agility 121s. Limited to 6 dogs per session. Members are invited to these sessions via email.


Balsham's classes are held outdoors in an open area on a farm; Barton's classes are also outdoors, and held in a fully enclosed training paddock. You can see pictures of each venue when you click the embedded scheduler on the training pages on the website (links above).


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So, there you have it, four options to suit you and your dog, wherever you are on your Agility Training journey!
Spend time each week with your dog mastering agility, improving obedience, and strengthening your bond so that you can take home a happy and satisfied dog by providing an outlet for their energy through mental and physical stimulation.
If you’ve any questions, please do get in touch.
Speak soon,

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About the author: Hi 👋 I’m Emma, accredited as a professional dog trainer by the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers (IMDT). I help owners of energetic dogs achieve the dog-owning life they envisioned by providing robust obedience & agility training for dogs across my two venues in Balsham and Barton, near Cambridge.

Disclaimer: The content of this article does not include personalised advice and is for information purposes only. If you need individual advice or other enquiries please click here to get in contact or if you're not local to Anglian Dog Works, you can find a trainer in your area by going to the IMDT website:

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