Offered by Our MembersAgility Lessons | Agility Equipment
The following agility products and services are offered by Hot Diggity Dogs members to the public. Please note that these products and services are offered privately by individual members; the Hot Diggity Dogs Agility Club itself is not affiliated with these businesses.
Lynda says, "I have found agility to be a sport that is not only challenging and fun but it can provide opportunity to increase confidence, balance, body awareness and co-ordination in your dog.
I have taken multiple series of lessons and seminars with well-known agility instructors both in Canada and the U.S. to increase my knowledge and learn new training methods. We have titled in Rally O Obedience and in Sept. 2014, we traveled to South Jordan, Utah to compete in the annual NADAC International Championship trials.
I enjoy teaching new teams this fun sport and find it very rewarding when I see others enjoying the new bond developing with their dogs."
Cruisin Canine Agility
Phone:(403)304-6188 home (403)341-5456
Instructor: Carol Allinson
Location: Red Deer County - Allandale Arena/Carol's Home
I have been involved in dog sports for many years. I started training and showing in the obedience ring in 1981 with my first registered dog, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. For the next few years I bred and trained corgis until the Australian Shepherd was recognized by CKC in January 1992. I loved the intelligence and enthusiasm of the Aussie. Since then I have owned and shown Aussies and am now a breeder under the kennel name of “Cruisin”.
Judging obedience was something that I always enjoyed and wanted to do. In May 2003 I was approved as a CKC obedience judge.
Rally is a relatively new sport with CKC. Coal & I have competed to the Excellent Class. This is a great class for dog owners who want to try this form of obedience.
Agility has become one of my favorite loves. Over the years I have trained with various instructors from Canada & the U.S. I believe in continuing my education learning new ways of training. The sport has come a long way since the day I started competing. Working together as a team, like obedience, I believe is one of the important skills a handler & their dog need to have.
My involvement and training in the various dogs sports over the years has made me a better instructor and competitor. I presently train various levels of agility & obedience at my acreage. If you would like more information on these classes, please call me at (403) 341-5456.