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The Agility Challenge

Online resource • Lessons and community focused on dog agility, dog conditioning, skills building, and handling.

Daisy Peel is the creator and founder of The Agility Challenge. 

The Agility Challenge offers monthly work lessons focused on dog agility, covering both human and dog conditioning, skills building, and handling. Aside from containing a huge library of online training materials, The Agility Challenge can help you stay connected with fellow dog agility enthusiasts, trainers, and handlers through its members-only worldwide community.

Who’s behind it?

Daisy Peel, the creator and founder of The Agility Challenge who is a well-known instructor, coach, and competitor in the sport of dog agility. Whether in person or through online classes, Peel teaches students of all ages and stages. Her mission is to help them further their self-improvement through better training, better handling, and better mastery of their mental game. 

How much does it cost?

A monthly membership costs 24.95 USD, while an annual membership costs 249.95 USD. The Agility Challenge offers a 15-day money back guarantee.

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate.

What does it include?

The Agility Challenge features demonstration and instruction videos from Daisy Peel and The Challenge Team contributors that you can download and keep forever, personal feedback on your submitted videos, handling challenges that are broken down to teach skills from the ground up, challenges to develop every aspect of your dog, League Play Competition for small and large spaces, weekly newsletters to help you maintain a growth mind-set, weekly webinars on common training issues, and a friendly and supportive group of dog handlers.  

How does it help me right now?

If you’ve had to stop your dog’s agility training, and are keen to continue the practise, this course sounds like a good fit. There’s no need to step out of the house to continue your dog agility lessons. With access to all of the materials, you can continue to develop your dog’s drive, motivation, focus, and love of the game while you’re both stuck at home. You can also virtually meet and learn from other like-minded members who could be missing out on their dog training and social circles.

Where can I get it?

Be a part of The Agility Challenge community by joining here.



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