Welcome to Tenterden Agility.


Tenterden is a friendly Kennel Club registered club which caters for all types of dog and owner, whether you are wishing to compete or just enjoy an activity with your dog.

Dogs should be:

  • At least 12 months old
  • Have a basic level of obedience
  • Be fit and healthy prior to starting

We meet indoors on Wednesday evenings between 20:00 – 22:00 at:

Beauport Park Riding School
Hastings Road
St. Leonards-on-Sea
East Sussex
TN38 8EA


Click here for more information about training.

If interested or have any questions, please email swbjackson@talktalk.net or text on 07547 192546

We welcome new members to our Agility Club for joining details and information about our training and events please click here.

Shows

Members attend many shows and help at some local shows. We also host our own show in September info at show page


History

Read all about the early days of the Club

info and pictures from the beginning of the club

Agility
Dog Agility is a sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy, it is fast, furious and a great favourite with competitors and spectators alike.

The agility course consists of a set of standard obstacles laid out by the Judge with numbers indicating the order in which the dog must complete the obstacles.

The setting of a reasonable course time together with the careful design allows the dog and handler to show their skill at control and speed. The aim of the agility course is to obtain the fastest round with the least amount of faults.

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Can Any Dog Take Part?
Agility is open to all dogs so your dog does not have to be a pedigree, or pure-bred dog to take part, but it must be registered with the Kennel Club to enter competitions. Dogs must be over eighteen (18) calendar months of age and over on the day of competition due to the nature of the competition.

Where Do I Start?
If you decide that Agility is a suitable activity for you and your dog, your next step is to receive some expert training.

Even if you never wish to enter competitions Agility is a great way to learn to control your dog and have a lot of fun and exercise for you and your dog and all training has a pleasant social side where every one joins in with the training.

Read More about developments of agility in UK