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Looking for some fun for you & your dog? Why not give the Puppy Stars Fun Agility a go? This class is suitable for all dogs aged 6 months and over with basic obedience skills. Unfortunately, as [Read more ...]
Looking for some fun for you & your dog? Why not give the Puppy Stars Fun Agility a go? This class is suitable for all dogs aged 6 months and over with basic obedience skills. Unfortunately, as [Read more ...]


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Looking for some fun for you & your dog? Why not give the Puppy Stars Fun Agility a go?

This class is suitable for all dogs aged 6 months and over with basic obedience skills. Unfortunately, as there will be times your dog may be off-lead, reactive dogs are unable to attend group sessions. Contact us for assessment or more information.  
NOTE: Classes starting on Wednesday 2nd September will have a Break on 23rd September, with classes resuming with week 4 on Wednesday 30th September.

Puppy Stars Fun Agility
 
Puppy Stars Fun Agility builds confidence & control by teaching your dog to negotiate an obstacle course of jumps, tunnels and structures to climb over & go through etc., 
 
Fun Agility is ideal activity for friendly dogs that have completed classes, as a basic level of obedience is required. 

 
So what is Fun Agility? 
 
Puppy Stars Fun Agility aims at teaching safety, control and how to confidently & accurately negotiate the course and equipment. Our goal is to improve your connection with your dog and have fun! 
 
Dog agility itself involves the dog negotiating a course of obstacles to jump over, run through, jump through, weave and more! 
 
If you do not want to compete (many do not want to compete), there is still no reason why you cannot train your dog in agility and have fun! 
 
The skills we provide in Fun Agility will enable dogs to go on to more serious clubs to compete if that is what you wish to do.
 
 
It’s not all about Speed and Lycra!
 

The exercises will be appropriate for the age range of the dogs taking part.
 
At our agility sessions, the onus is on safety, accuracy and enjoyment - never speed. You'll find that Speed comes later on the more you attend and once your dog had gained confidence in the use of the equipment. 
 
We will start your dog on a lead so that we can control their speed and accuracy and teach you both what to do at each piece of equipment. Most dogs will end up off lead before too long.  
 
Our sessions are not competitive, just great fun! Whilst one dog is using the equipment, we give you all exercises to do to keep you focused and ready for your turn! 
 
 

Please note: By agreeing to our Terms and Conditions, you agree that should further Covid restrictions be implemented locally or nationally or any other unforeseen cirumstance that prevents us from holding in-person classes, for example; your instructor is isolating or it is deemed to be unsafe for any other reason, for example: extreme temperatures, lightning and other extreme weather events, we will provide an alterntive class live and online using Zoom.

To enable us to return to in-person classes, we need to introduce a number of changes, some of which may feel restrictive, but as a responsible business, we have a ‘Duty of Care’ to anybody we come into contact with, to maintain our own safety and the safety of others. 

I am sure you can imagine that to work during the pandemic we need to have suitable safety protocols in place to reduce the risk of infection to minimum and this will mean classes will look very different from what we are previously used to.

Our risk assessment is based on the current CFSG guidance which can be found here:-http://www.cfsg.org.uk/coronavirus/_layouts/15/start.aspx#/  and is updated as the guidance changes.

I have listed the key points from our Risk Assessment below:-

I will postpone/Zoom our class if:-

  • If your trainier is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection and cannot deliver the alternative class using Zoom
  • We will switch to an alternative class using Zoom if anybody the trainers houshold is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection or have been in close contact with anybody outside of their immediate household who is showing signs or symptoms of Covid19
  • If the trainer has been advised to self-isolate by the Government Test and Trace process

Please do not attend or you will be asked to leave the class, if:-

  • You are showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection or feeling unwell
  • Anybody in your household or that you have been in close contact with outside of your immediate household is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection
  • If you have been advised to self-isolate by the Government Test and Trace process

Please arrive in plenty of time and park to maintain social distance of 2m, both in the car park and while walking to the training area.

Please stay in your car until 5 minutes before the class starts, this is to give people time to leave the previous class.

Please follow signs to the training location maintaining 2m distance.

After class, please leave promptly one at a time maintaining a social distance of 2m.

Please do not bring your dog on a flexi-lead. A fixed length lead will be required of approximately 2m.

To maintain social distance and keep cross contamination risks to a minimum, please do not let your dogs meet on lead unless as part of a training exercise. (The virus may be transferred from a dog’s coat). 

All gates will be left open to prevent touching, should you arrive late, please stand at the gate and wait for us to open the gate. 

Please bring hand sanitiser and as a minimum sanitise your hands upon arrival and exit from the training venue. There will also be a hand sanitiser available should you forget.

The trainer will at all times try to maintain 2m or 1m plus distance and will not greet your dog unnecessarily. (Please do not let your dog pull towards them, as much as they would love to say hello, they will have to move away). 

If the trainer needs to take your dog’s lead, they will follow the established handover protocols and these will be communicated at the time.

Please use a face covering if you feel more comfortable and please prepare your dog for seeing face coverings on others too by giving them lots of tasty treats while wearing it, prior to arrival at the class.  

All potentially contaminated wipes, gloves and masks etc that you use must be taken home with you and disposed of properly. 

Please have plenty of tasty treats available and any equipment (toys etc) you may need to use.

The class will go-ahead outside even if the weather is unpleasant, however if it is predicted to be unsafe, for example: extreme temperatures, lightning and other extreme weather events, we will provide an alternative class online using Zoom. https://zoom.us

We will use the Met office weather guidance to provide the reference for our Risk Assessment and the subsequent decisions. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Looking for some fun for you & your dog? Why not give the Puppy Stars Fun Agility a go?

This class is suitable for all dogs aged 6 months and over with basic obedience skills. Unfortunately, as there will be times your dog may be off-lead, reactive dogs are unable to attend group sessions. Contact us for assessment or more information.  
NOTE: Classes starting on Wednesday 2nd September will have a Break on 23rd September, with classes resuming with week 4 on Wednesday 30th September.

Puppy Stars Fun Agility
 
Puppy Stars Fun Agility builds confidence & control by teaching your dog to negotiate an obstacle course of jumps, tunnels and structures to climb over & go through etc., 
 
Fun Agility is ideal activity for friendly dogs that have completed classes, as a basic level of obedience is required. 

 
So what is Fun Agility? 
 
Puppy Stars Fun Agility aims at teaching safety, control and how to confidently & accurately negotiate the course and equipment. Our goal is to improve your connection with your dog and have fun! 
 
Dog agility itself involves the dog negotiating a course of obstacles to jump over, run through, jump through, weave and more! 
 
If you do not want to compete (many do not want to compete), there is still no reason why you cannot train your dog in agility and have fun! 
 
The skills we provide in Fun Agility will enable dogs to go on to more serious clubs to compete if that is what you wish to do.
 
 
It’s not all about Speed and Lycra!
 

The exercises will be appropriate for the age range of the dogs taking part.
 
At our agility sessions, the onus is on safety, accuracy and enjoyment - never speed. You'll find that Speed comes later on the more you attend and once your dog had gained confidence in the use of the equipment. 
 
We will start your dog on a lead so that we can control their speed and accuracy and teach you both what to do at each piece of equipment. Most dogs will end up off lead before too long.  
 
Our sessions are not competitive, just great fun! Whilst one dog is using the equipment, we give you all exercises to do to keep you focused and ready for your turn! 
 
 

Covid and Extreme Weather

Please note: By agreeing to our Terms and Conditions, you agree that should further Covid restrictions be implemented locally or nationally or any other unforeseen cirumstance that prevents us from holding in-person classes, for example; your instructor is isolating or it is deemed to be unsafe for any other reason, for example: extreme temperatures, lightning and other extreme weather events, we will provide an alterntive class live and online using Zoom.

To enable us to return to in-person classes, we need to introduce a number of changes, some of which may feel restrictive, but as a responsible business, we have a ‘Duty of Care’ to anybody we come into contact with, to maintain our own safety and the safety of others. 

I am sure you can imagine that to work during the pandemic we need to have suitable safety protocols in place to reduce the risk of infection to minimum and this will mean classes will look very different from what we are previously used to.

Our risk assessment is based on the current CFSG guidance which can be found here:-http://www.cfsg.org.uk/coronavirus/_layouts/15/start.aspx#/  and is updated as the guidance changes.

I have listed the key points from our Risk Assessment below:-

I will postpone/Zoom our class if:-

  • If your trainier is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection and cannot deliver the alternative class using Zoom
  • We will switch to an alternative class using Zoom if anybody the trainers houshold is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection or have been in close contact with anybody outside of their immediate household who is showing signs or symptoms of Covid19
  • If the trainer has been advised to self-isolate by the Government Test and Trace process

Please do not attend or you will be asked to leave the class, if:-

  • You are showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection or feeling unwell
  • Anybody in your household or that you have been in close contact with outside of your immediate household is showing any signs or symptoms of Covid19 infection
  • If you have been advised to self-isolate by the Government Test and Trace process

Please arrive in plenty of time and park to maintain social distance of 2m, both in the car park and while walking to the training area.

Please stay in your car until 5 minutes before the class starts, this is to give people time to leave the previous class.

Please follow signs to the training location maintaining 2m distance.

After class, please leave promptly one at a time maintaining a social distance of 2m.

Please do not bring your dog on a flexi-lead. A fixed length lead will be required of approximately 2m.

To maintain social distance and keep cross contamination risks to a minimum, please do not let your dogs meet on lead unless as part of a training exercise. (The virus may be transferred from a dog’s coat). 

All gates will be left open to prevent touching, should you arrive late, please stand at the gate and wait for us to open the gate. 

Please bring hand sanitiser and as a minimum sanitise your hands upon arrival and exit from the training venue. There will also be a hand sanitiser available should you forget.

The trainer will at all times try to maintain 2m or 1m plus distance and will not greet your dog unnecessarily. (Please do not let your dog pull towards them, as much as they would love to say hello, they will have to move away). 

If the trainer needs to take your dog’s lead, they will follow the established handover protocols and these will be communicated at the time.

Please use a face covering if you feel more comfortable and please prepare your dog for seeing face coverings on others too by giving them lots of tasty treats while wearing it, prior to arrival at the class.  

All potentially contaminated wipes, gloves and masks etc that you use must be taken home with you and disposed of properly. 

Please have plenty of tasty treats available and any equipment (toys etc) you may need to use.

The class will go-ahead outside even if the weather is unpleasant, however if it is predicted to be unsafe, for example: extreme temperatures, lightning and other extreme weather events, we will provide an alternative class online using Zoom. https://zoom.us

We will use the Met office weather guidance to provide the reference for our Risk Assessment and the subsequent decisions. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk

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