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Established 1990

The Bexar Regional Agility Team provides dog agility classes and hosts USDAA dog agility Tests in the month of February and November.  BRAT members co-host AKC agility trials with the Alamo Dog Obedience Club. Premium lists are posted on the Events page when available.

Do you want to have fun & learn how to play and compete with your puppy/dog in agility?

What Is Agility?

Dog agility is a sport in which a dog moves through an obstacle course consisting of but not limited to: Jumps, Tunnels, Dog Walk, A-frame, and Weave Poles.  The dog must negotiate the course within a standard course time, with the guidance of his or her handler.  Dogs run off leash, so the handler's only controls are voice and body language, requiring exceptional obedience training of the animal.  In competition, both accuracy and speed are important.

The sport of agility welcomes all ages of people and all ages of dogs, including pure breeds or mixed breeds.   Whether you decide to compete or not, dogs can gain more confidence and create a stronger bond with its owner.

Agility can be addictive! Some train for fun and others train to compete under the rules of United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA), American Kennel Club (AKC), and North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) styles of agility.

Classes are offered beginning with the Beginner/Advanced Beginner class through Masters & Advanced Course Work. Visit our Training Schedule page for more details.

For information about enrollment dates of our classes,
email Debbie Moore at BRATagility@gmail.com
or call (210) 378-4202  Please leave a message.




   



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