Agility & Flyball

We offer private agility and flyball lessons for $65. We have two agility courses: one is a learning center for beginners with lower obstacles and jumps, where the course height is set easy and safe even for puppies (minimum age 4 months); the second is a regulation level course for more experienced dogs. Our flyball course has 2 runs and is appropriate for all skill levels.

Please call for directions (920-293-4460). Do not use Mapquest: our address doesn't show up correctly. 


  • READY – keys dog up to start, usually get a bark
  • SET – placement of dog
  • HIT IT – dog hits flyball launcher
  • COME – return to handler
  • OVER – dog goes over jump
  • IN – dog enters an obstacle (ie tunnel)
  • UP – dog climbs up an obstacle (ie A-frame)
  • EASY – slow down, concentrate
  • HERE - directs dog where to go
  • STAY – Hold position and don’t move
  • OKAY – dog is off command, exercise is finished
  • GOOD – praise and reward dog
  • GO GO GO! – builds up drive and speed
  • TURN AROUND – dog turns around

Thank you for you interest in our flyball and agility class. If you have any questions, please contact us at 920-293-4460.


Training Equipment

Agility & Flyball

  • Harness (have dog acclimated prior to camp)
  • Training collar (if needed)
  • Buckle collar with ID
  • *all dogs must have ID tags at all times*
  • '8" pull tab/traffic lead (optional, will be needed when you reach advanced level in agility)
  • 6 foot leash
  • 8 foot light line (¼” braided nylon clothes line with metal clasp)
  • Personal water supply
  • Dog food and bowl (if needed)
  • Fecal bags
  • Doggie treats
  • Toys (rubber Kongs, tennis balls, Galileo bones, squeaky toys etc)

SAR / Obedience Training

  • Herm Sprenger prong training collar (jb)
  • 6ft leather lead (jb)
  • nylon choker (jb)
  • light lines (1/4 inch braided nylon clothesline and metal latches (hardware store)
  • 8” pull tab (jj)
  • search vest (ccd)
  • Swiss bell collar (ad)
  • glow sticks (gp)
  • blinker collar lights (cb)
  • reflective collars (jb)
  • tracking harness (jj)
  • 15ft tracking lead (jj)
  • booties (db)
  • dog whistle (psi)
  • Bitter Apple spray (jb)
  • Binaca breath spray (drug store)
  • Push and Play plastic balls (jb)
  • Galileo bones (jb)
  • rubber Kong toys (jb)
  • Kong balls (jb)
  • Kong on rope (Cool Kong) (jj)
  • Kong Wubba (jb)
  • Chuck-it tennis ball launcher (ca)
  • orange retriever dummies (bp, gm)
  • agility equipment (jj)
  • vari-kennels (plastic dog crates) (cb)
  • MannaPro Equine Fly and Mosquito Spray (mp, Fleet Farm,WalMart)
  • Beggin’ Strips and Pupperoni dog treats (pet stores, WalMart)
  • Petrodex toothpaste and brush (jb)
  • Eukanuba food (pet store)
*do not use obedience equipment until you start training
Supplies can be found at:
jj = J & J Dog Supplies

ccd = CC Digital Dog

ad =

gp =

cb = Cherrybrook Pet Supplies

db =

psi = Greg Robert Quality Pet Supplies

mp = MannaPro

ca = Care A Lot Pet Supplies

bp = Bass Pro Shops

gm = Gander Mountain

General Information for Lessons

When signing up for obedience or agility lessons, please keep in mind that all these activities are held outdoors. Our land is primarily forested, so please dress appropriately with regard to weather and insects.

  • Suitable footwear is especially important. We recommend gym shoes or hiking/work boots
  • Consult your veterinarian prior to starting agility or flyball to ensure your dog is physically able to participate.
  • Make sure your dog is protected against heartworm, fleas, and ticks (Heartguard, Frontline, and other preventative medications for these parasites are available through your vet)
  • All dog owners are responsible for having their dogs current on vaccinations (Rabies and Distemper required, Bordetella and Lyme recommended). Bring proof of vaccinations with you to all activities.
  • We recommend bringing Benedryl with you in case you or your dog have allergies
  • Aggressive dogs will not be allowed to participate without a muzzle (acclimate dog to muzzle prior to attending)
  • Please do not let your dog eat any wild mushrooms – some can be toxic
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children and dogs must not be left unattended

Flyball and agility build strength and confidence in your dog, and along with obedience training, they are a fun bonding experience between dog and owner. We look forward to seeing you for a great time!