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All dogs like a tennis ball, dont they?

Then they will like Flygility! Flygility is all about the ball. Then there is the small matter of bringing it back.

And in between the dog must traverse a row of obstacles while the handler remains at the startline encouraging their dog.

Flygility is a dog sport that mixes elements of agility and flyball.

Courses can be longer than in Flyball, 30m from the starline to the box, and use agility obstacles.

In NZ the sport is administered by NZ Flygility Dog Association (NZFDA).

  • Dogs must be at least 12 months old

  • Dogs must have passed Canine Good Basics, and preferably the Dog Manners class

  • Handlers must have a good level of control over their dogs

Training Times

Flygility is held for all levels on THURSDAYS from 6-7pm.

Please check the calendar page to see the activities and any special events that have been planned throughout the year.

More information

Flygility Competitions

are run under the rules of the NZFDA. If you want to compete you join a dog club and become a member of NZFDA.

Click here for more info on NZFDA.

Dogs have to be measured

before competing as the heights of the obstacles are changed for different height dogs.

Flygility Link competitions

are run monthly at the club. There is an individual and teams competition. This is run under the National Agility Link Association (NALA) and you need to become a member for scores to count.

Find out more about NALA here.

How to make Flyball jumps and boxes.

Flyball box instructions

Flyball jump instructions

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