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Cerb turned one October 31st and I would like to start training him in agility (or other) for something to keep us both occupied and sharpen his general skill set. Is there a good trainer/training facility in the Mesa/Gilbert/Queen Creek, AZ area that someone might suggest?

 

Cerb is sharp as a tack, a bit big and leggy, has great speed and no herding instinct.

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If you Google agility clubs in Phoenix you should find lots of clubs. You could also do stock work. Email me at hsnrs@powerc.net and I can recommend some clubs and facilities.

 

The Google is my friend....I just wanted a knowledgable recommendation from someone who knew the particulars in this area.

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I'm not sure about Agility groups, but I used to be apart of a flyball team down there before we moved to WA. If you look up Phoenix Hot Pawsuit, they are a great group and do not pressure you or your dog into competing until you both are 100% ready. :) Plus the team just has a lot of fun together, its not all about racing and winning, its more about the fun and love of dogs.

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Well, Cerb has his firs agility class tonight at MLF Dogsports. It should be a really fun way to continue developing his off lead skills and help cement the bonding process during his adolescence.

 

On a side note: Cerb really is my first dog. We had family dogs when I was growing up but I never really treated them as anything other then warm, fuzzy toys. Cerb has changed that. He's growing up to be a wonderful, handsome, smart, sweet natured and athletic boy. We've now had him for a year and he has gone from a 5 lb wiggly puppy to a 56 lb youngster that runs like Secretariat but still gets wiggly when I get home. Ya gotta love that.

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