Dog Agility Class

When

13Feb2022
at 10:00 am to 11:00 am
20Feb2022
at 10:00 am to 11:00 am
27Feb2022
at 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Admission Fee: $140
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Where

Wallis Annenberg PetSpace

12005 Bluff Creek Dr, Playa Vista, CA 90094
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Training builds a common language between humans and their animals and helps develop trust and a healthy relationship. Help strengthen the bond between you and your dog with an interactive introduction to dog agility training.

These four, one-hour classes will teach your dog the basics of this fun, quickly-growing sport.

This class includes an introduction to agility obstacles such as jumps, A-Frame, tunnels, weave poles, and pause tables.

Recommended prerequisite: Dogs should have beginner-level obedience skills (sit, down, wait/stay) for this class

Classes take place outdoors and will be limited to 8 dogs. Each participant will be assigned an individual space to ensure social distancing is possible at all times. Register now to save your spot!

Please adhere to all of the Annenberg PetSpace safety rules to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. Find the list of guidelines below.

Participants' – both pet parents and their dogs – health and safety are our highest priority. This means that all dogs must be up to date on their vaccines (DHPP, Rabies, Bordetella). Please bring proof of vaccinations to the class.

To save time at check-in, please fill out your and email your dog's vaccination records to programs@annenbergpetspace.org.

Additionally, please note that this class is designed for dogs who are comfortable with new dogs and people. If your dog is reactive or becomes overexcited around new dogs and people, we suggest you register for a class that can specifically help your pet become calmer around other dogs and environments before joining this session.
Please note the following guidelines and reminders in advance of the class:
• Dog handlers must be 13 years of age or older
• Dog handlers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
• There must also be at least one adult present for every child under the age of 13
• There is only one handler allowed per dog. If more than one person is attending with a dog, one person will be designated to participate as the handler and additional attendees will observe
• Dog handlers must wear closed toed shoes and long pants
• Dog handlers must bring a six-foot, non-retractable leash
• Dogs must wear a flat collar, cloth Martingale or harness (no choke chains or prong collars)
• We recommend avoiding giving treats to your dog for a few hours prior to class, and only a light breakfast if necessary- a hungry dog is a motivated learner!
• Please bring plenty of your dog’s favorite treats!

Covid-19 Guidelines for Annenberg PetSpace
During these times, Annenberg PetSpace is implementing additional safety rules and regulations for any guests entering the space.
Please adhere to the following guidelines and processes outlined below:
Guests ages 18 and older must provide a photo ID and proof of full Covid-19 vaccination before entering Annenberg PetSpace
Mutt Manners sessions are offered in our outdoor Barks & Rec space, but to enter the building before or after a class, guests must present proof of full Covid-19 vaccination. More information here.

A face covering/mask must be worn at all times while at the space

Per the City of Los Angeles guidelines, Mayor Eric Garcetti has issued an order requiring Angelenos to wear face coverings when they leave their homes and will be near other people. Face coverings that protect the nose and mouth help stop the spread of the virus and wearing them in public creates a layer of protection.

Face masks must be worn by all guests ages 2 and up, and includes those who have been vaccinated for Covid-19. Masks must be worn in outdoor areas as well.

Please practice safe physical distancing
We ask that guests practice safe physical distancing of at least 6 feet in all settings in and around the space.

Together we can do our part to keep each other safe and healthy during these unprecedented times. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.