Gosport Agility Club provides agility training in a friendly and fun environment, and is designed to help you and your dog have fun and
bond with each other, thus enhancing your relationship with your dog.
Agility for your dog is a way for you and your dog to keep fit, and have some fun, especially for those dogs with boundless energy.
We welcome owners who want to have a go at agility or practise their agility - in Gosport Fareham and Hampshire.
Dog agility is all about team work, your dog will learn to look to you for instruction and this focus carries through when you are out walking with him/her.
Our agility training takes place in our private field in Alverstoke, Gosport, with a safely fenced off arena. Our agility sessions are delivered by our approved agility instructor, who has been teaching, and competing herself for many years in agility. All tuition is undertaken with reward based training, no harsh handling verbal or otherwise is tolerated. Different breeds are catered for with our trainer understanding the capability and needs of different breeds of dog.
Our Gosport Agility Club has Beginners, Novice and Advance classes.
Free public car parking.
September - March - Saturday classes only.
Late March - September - agility classes are held twice a week starting at 6.30 pm (an additional evening may be available).
For owners who don't wish to sign up for a course, but would like to come along and have some practice fun agility sessions - these will also be available on some Saturdays throughout the year.
Please view our calendar for dates, times and information.
We also offer 1-1 agility training.
If you have any questions or would like more information about our dog agility classes please contact us. You may also visit our dog agility Facebook page by clicking here.
Ros Freeman Dog Training Agility Dog Club was asked to put on an agility display for the Mayor of Gosport, Lyn Hook, before she leaves office. We would like to say a big thank you to Councillor Lynn Hook for joining us for a fabulous day. Lynn had a front row seat - and reported that she thoroughly enjoyed watching all the dogs and their owners. Thank you Lyn.- and thank you for all your hard work throughout the year for Gosport.
Our owners and their dogs gave an impressive display of tunnels, jumps, weave poles, A-frame - and Dog walk to the Mayor, and the public. We were very fortunate that The News -Portsmouth covered this event with some fabulous pictures and editorial. Thank you to The News.
We are very lucky to have brilliant responsible dog owners - working and having fun with their dogs.
Thank you all for joining us and for all your hard work.
Thank you to Margaret our Agility Instructor, Mark our pre-agility Instructor for all their enthusiasm and encouragement.
We at Ros Freeman Dog Training are so very proud to offer such great opportunities and facilities for all of our owners.
Please see photos from the event below - Ros & Danny, Ros Freeman Dog Training