What is Dog Parkour? Canine Parkour is similar to dog agility (which is obstacle racing with your dog), but is referred to as urban agility. It is like "thinking out of the box" agility. New obstacles are used from the environment such as rocks, boards, tires and barrels for the dog to navigate around, through and over. Titles can be achieved by video taping each level and submitting it to the International Dog Parkour Association. It is a good sport to build confidence and body awareness.
Your dog should be 10 months or older to start Parkour.
Cost of courses: $150 for 8 weeks.
What to bring to class: six foot leash (no retractable leashes), flat collar and treats or toys for motivation
All dogs must be current on distemper, bordetella and rabies vaccinations and parasite free to attend sessions. Please bring proof of vaccination to first class.
Handlers under 16 years old must have adult supervision. Multiple family members are allowed and encouraged to attend classes. (However, at some locations we must limit the number of family members attending).
How to register for classes:
To sign up for a course, call our office at 262-363-4529. Then print out a registration form and send it in with payment to guarantee your spot in the course. Click here for a registration information.
Listed below are the starting dates for the Parkour classes. Whichever day you start, is the day of the week and time your class will be held for the eight week session.
828 Perkins Dr.
September 10, Thursday
2:30pm Intro to Parkour
August 21, Friday
6:00pm Intro to Parkour
(the Friday class will meet every other week)
"I also learned "how important it is to give him a 'job' to calm him."
Linda, Olivia, & Trigg