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COVID As a club the rules of DOGS NZ apply to us, also we are governed by the Kumeu A&H therefore we will require that everyone on the club grounds is fully vaccinated and to show their Vaccine Pass. This will mean only members that have proof of vaccination will be able to attend.


Flygility is a dog sport that mixes elements of agility and flyball. As in flyball the dog is sent to fetch a ball from a flyball machine and returns the ball to the handler. The dogs may start this sport from the age of 12 months.
Flygility courses can be longer than in flyball, 30 metres from start line to the box, and use agility obstacles.

  Wednesday Evenings



 Arrive promptly and help put the gear out - dogs must be left in vehicle at this time.  All dogs to have basic obedience and  be able to be recalled on command.








Promt start, all dogs should now be on lead toiletted and under control.

Basic lessons will be given in teaching your dog how to trigger the flybox, introducing jumps and successful recall and grip on the tennis ball.

There will be a gradual introduction of longer courses and an emphasis on steady training that the dog understands and retains.

Equipment used is returned to the sheds.

Cost: $150.00 initial 7week course, this includes $50.00 annual club membership, so you can continue to attend through the year.


Flygility for Fun  commences Wednesday 19th January 2022

 Email -  norwestenrollments@gmail.c

 Useful Hints, Tips and Other Stuff

  • Remember that dogs are individuals and a method of training that may work with one dog, may not necessarily work with yours.  By having fun with your dog, you will bond with him/her and discover what exactly makes your dog tick.
  • Flygility is a highly intensive sport that can be exhausting to novice dogs.  Our training sessions will be short and sweet.  Try to end on a positive note and be aware that a tired dog doesn’t learn and certainly won’t be enjoying itself.
  • Dogs are sensitive creatures and deserve to be treated with respect.  We encourage handlers not to say “no” to their dogs as flygility is meant to be fun.  Most errors are handler errors and are not down to the dog.
  • Competitions are regularly held around the country:

Last updated: 16-Jan-22

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