Dog Sports Online – Dog training direct to your home: the ONLY online training resource that covers MULTIPLE dog sports.

Dog Sports Online is a huge online training resource covering a multitude of areas. All aspects of agility handling and training, Hoopers training and handling, live course running sessions for both disciplines, tonnes of bonuses covering working with multiple dogs, impulse control basics right up to advanced levels, fitness exercises, tricks and much much more.

You can even choose to sign up to JUST the hoopers area or JUST the agility area. For those who sign up for Dog Sports Online COMPLETE – you get full access to BOTH the agility academy and the hoopers academy, access to all courses on this site and access to all the other BONUS training materials on offer inside! On top of all of the amazing content, COMPLETE subscribers also get access to an online support group for discussions, Q&A’s, bonus videos that I share of me and my own dogs working through exercises AND feedback on any videos that you submit! Note, videos you submit can be from anywhere whether you are at a competition, or working on a training exercise – they don’t just have to be of exercises on our site!

The agility section is specifically aimed at those wanting to build independence and distance skills – although perfect for all agility handler and dog teams.

ALL of the training on Dog Sports Online, will take you through the exercises right from the very beginning up to completed behaviours.

Subscription starts from just £15.00* per month!

To sign up, you need to click here. The sign up page will give you a list of different membership options and will take you through the process of setting up an account and a login so that you can access the materials.

The courses available are shown below. If you have already got a login account, you will be able to purchase individual courses on top of your subscription.


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Taking your dog out and about with you should be an easy and enjoyable experience. A dog that is dragging you around is much less enjoyable for all...
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