• £10.00
  •  25/12/2024 06:15 PM
  •   OX33 9DE

BTAC are delighted to offer classes for Hoopers. Open to all dogs from 6 months. £10 per class, 1 1/2 hour sessions. Max 6 working dogs per session. First session for new clients FREE - come and see what we do and how we work. We train the dog in front of us and teach handlers how to build hoop value, teach tunnels and barrels and progress to running short courses. Indoor venue. Level 1 and 2 accredited trainers Hoopers is a great dog sport offering flowing courses with no tight turns, no jumping and is suitable for young through to old dogs. Owners of all abilities are able to enjoy handling their dogs and can choose to run alongside or develop distance handling techniques.

  • £45.00
  •  01/06/2024 12:15 PM - 28/04/2024 02:15 PM
  •   Oxford OX33 1DE, UK

Intermediate Workshop Max 8 dogs Suitable for dogs and partnerships that have completed at least one beginners workshop and those wishing to reinforce skills before progression or intermediate trials. Beginner dogs also welcome as we always train the partnership in front of us at their required level. For dogs and puppies aged 6 months and above.

  • £45.00
  •  01/06/2024 09:30 AM - 01/06/2024 11:30 AM
  •   Oxford OX33 1DE, UK

Beginners Workshop Max 8 dogs Suitable for beginners and partnerships wishing to reinforce skills before progression to intermediate. For dogs and puppies aged 6 months and above.

  • £0.00
  •  01/05/2024 06:15 PM
  •   OX33 9DE

BTAC are delighted to offer classes for Hoopers. Open to all dogs from 6 months. Max 6 working dogs per session. First session for new clients FREE - come and see what we do and how we work. We train the dog in front of us and teach handlers how to build hoop value, teach tunnels and barrels and progress to running short courses. Indoor venue. Level 1 and 2 accredited trainers Hoopers is a great dog sport offering flowing courses with no tight turns, no jumping and is suitable for young through to old dogs. Owners of all abilities are able to enjoy handling their dogs and can choose to run alongside or develop distance handling techniques.