The Matsqui Flyball and Agility Club starts dog agility lessons on Monday, March 11 in Abbotsford. Submitted photo

Club holds dog agility lessons in Abbotsford

Sessions begin Monday, March 11 at Abbotsford Exhibition Park

The Matsqui Flyball and Agility Club holds dog agility lessons starting on Monday, March 11.

Sessions are held every Monday evening in the Agrifair Arena at Abbotsford Exhibition Park, 32470 Haida Drive.

Dogs of all breeds that are over 10 months old are welcome.

Foundation 1 lessons run for six weeks and are followed by Foundation 2 lessons for another six weeks.

They take place from 7 to 7:40 p.m., and a minimum of basic obedience training is required.

Beginner and advanced lessons are taught at 8 p.m. for dogs that have completed 12 weeks of foundation lessons.

Enrolment is limited in each course. Visit and click on “training” for course information and signup, or contact Shannon at

The Matsqui Flyball and Agility Club has members from throughout the Fraser Valley, including Abbotsford, Mission Aldergrove, Chilliwack and Maple Ridge.

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