Contact Zonies welcomes students who are training for competition as well as those training just for fun. The most important requirements are that you want to spend quality time with your dog and are interested in learning about the sport of Dog Agility.
Good Dog Agility
Good Dog Agility Club is a group of people in the Arizona area who are active in the sport of agility. We developed this site as a resource for our members and for anyone interested in agility and having fun with their dogs.
Phoenix Flyers welcomes owners and dogs who enjoy a special relationship that will last a lifetime, while increasing their bond through teamwork and positive reinforcement in the sport of agility.
LeapsNBounds 100 ft. by 100 ft. working space on grass that is well lit for evening classes. The facility also has a new indoor training space with dog and human friendly flooring.
Arizona Agility Angels “because it feels like heaven when you run your dog” North Phoenix dog training facility. Happy dogs learn faster – have fun “playing to learn.” Agility, obedience, freestyle dancing.
Debbie Strieter, the owner and long time agility competitor and instructor, opened the first full size Indoor Canine Agility Training facility in Phoenix, AZ under the name of Top Notch Canines in October 2008.
Arizona Dog Sports is a modern indoor 5000 ft dog training facility in the middle of Phoenix, AZ – near the Paradise Valley Mall. It is a gym for dogs! They specialize in dog training with quality instructors in small groups or private instruction.
Saguaro Scramblers Agility Club, Inc. was founded in 1994 to promote the sport of dog agility in Tucson, Arizona and Southern Arizona. As the only agility club in Tucson, Arizona, the club is dedicated to keeping agility active and growing in southern Arizona.
Arizona White Mountain Kennel Club promotes the sport of agility by offering classes and trials.
Top Dog Performance is an organization developed to bring together northern Arizona dog performance enthusiast from the various venues, that share love of the dogs and love of games like agility, obedience, tracking, herding, etc., all in a spirit of good sportsmanship.
In my spare time I am the trial secretary for some of the AKC clubs in Arizona. I will be using this site to post the premiums and results for the following clubs.
The Superstition Kennel Club was formed in 1953, today SKC has about 60 members, holds back- to –back Shows in March, an awards dinner in June, and a Christmas Party in December.
The Verde Valley Agility Dog Club was formed in the summer of 2005 by four very good friends who shared a love for dogs and having fun with their dogs doing agility. The Verde Valley includes Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Cottonwood, Jerome, and Camp Verde.
Valle del Sol Golden Retriever Club was established in 1972 by a group of Golden Retriever owners and enthusiasts who came together in order to pursue ways of promoting and enjoying their Golden Retrievers. Membership is composed of conformation, obedience, field, agility, and tracking exhibitors as well as breeders and pet owners-people just like you, who are interested in preserving the standard and special qualities of the Golden Retriever.
MLF Dog Sports is a private organization that values good sportsmanship and the dedication that it takes to develop the necessary skills to make a team competitive and successful. The atmosphere is one of friendship and support. We strive to offer a top level facility in which to train your dog.
The Sky High Jumpers Club practices agility in Flagstaff, Arizona. We are a small, informal club that was formed several years ago by dog crazy people who wanted to practice agility here in the high country. We are dedicated to sensible training, lots of opportunities and fun for canine and handler alike.
Turns ‘N’ Wraps
Turns ‘N’ Wraps was formed out of a need for an “All in One” Performance Facility. Turns N Wraps is the most complete training facility in the Prescott area. 100′ X 100′ agility field in grass, with competition equipment. An obedience ring 50′ X 60′ competition size in grass. Turns ‘N’ Wraps is proud to offer classes ranging from simple behavior instruction to competition level training, in conjunction with knowledgeable instructors.
Club-Doggie’s two dog training facilities, located in Mesa and Queen Creek, Arizona, were designed by top professional dog trainers with the intention of creating ideal learning and practice environments for the dog sports enthusiast, as well as just having fun with your dog.
Australian Shepherd Club of Arizona asks that each potential Australian Shepherd owner should think long and hard before they make the decision to go ahead and get one of these awesome puppies. They can conflict with certain lifestyles and cause problems when matched up with the wrong owners.
Our club members participate in a wide variety of events with their schnauzers, including conformation shows, agility and obedience trials, and rally in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
Desert Dawg Sports
Tucson club. Desert Dawg Sports was formed by a group of individuals that believe in having a fun time with their dog(s). There are many different activities; we will consider any game if members are willing to support it with their time and share it with others. Agility has been around a long time and is the strongest group, we currently offer shows in DOCNA and CPE both of which have a well deserved reputations for being excellent for first time handlers or new canine athletes. We also offer Canine Freestyle (aka Dancing with Your Dog) and Rally. A critical attribute for DDS member is a sense of humor and a supportive attitude toward their dog and other humans.