Agiledog: Dog Agility Training 
in the Triad


Welcome to Agiledog

I'm committed to helping you and your dog have fun while training agility. I offer agility training for all levels, whether you just want to give the sport a try or if you want to compete. Students have gained success at the local and national level, have earned Masters level and championship titles. Mostly, my main focus and goal is to help handlers and dogs connect and have fun in the sport of agility.


"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals." -Henry David Thoreau

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Agility Seminars at Dog-Gone Fun!

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Past seminars at DGF:

Sunday May, 31st 2015: Natalie Lewis Mauchmar

Thanks to everyone who came out! I know we all had a good time! And  a BIG thank you to Natalie for being such a skilled instructor and just a wonderful chick! We hope to have you back in the future!

Read about Natalie

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Saturday, June 20 2015: Brian Ferrand (Focus and Motivation) 

We had a great time during Brian's seminars and we all walked away with some great information about creating more EFFECTIVE training sessions and learning the skills to better ENGAGE with our dogs in agility. Brian helped troubleshoot individual problems teams had in their training ranging from speed, focus, contact issues, start line issues, weave issues. Brian took all of the subjects and connected them through a few very important dog training principles and helped to show each team specific exercises that will improve their dog's understanding and focus. We had a blast and we are definitely looking to have Brian teach future seminars at Dog-Gone Fun.

Read about Brian

and Waiver



Tracy Hirsch 

World team member and Cynosport Gold Medalist

Saturday October 10th 2015 Cynosport prep recap:

Teams smacked down some great runs in these seminars with Tracy, giving them the confidence and knowledge to compete in a variety of national events and tryouts this fall. It is very evident just how much coaching ability, knowledge and experience Tracy has. 

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Stay tuned for upcoming 2016 seminars!

 e-mail me for more information:

[email protected]



Miss Currie MAD, SM, ASA, TM, AJ, NAJ, NA, BID



Ashley Allison is the instructor that teaches all levels of agility at Dog-Gone Fun in Kernersville, NC. Class location is convenient to Winston Salem, High Point and Greensboro. 

Show n Go's and guest seminars are also offered at DGF.

Dog-Gone Fun has a completely fenced field, is lit for night classes, rubberized contacts, plastic jump cups and meets AKC/USDAA equipment specifications


Training class and workshop topics include:


-Obedience training for agility

-Foundations

-Two on two off contact training

-Running contact training (by request)

-Weave training (channel)

-Jump training 

-Beginning handling

-Sequencing

-Intermediate handling

-Masters and International handling

-Distance training 

-Snooker strategy

-Relay

-Skype/facetime lessons (e-mail me for details: [email protected])


Ashley has trained under a number of wonderful instructors and competitors including:

Natalie (Lewis) Mauchmar, Ronda Carter, Webb Anderson, Anna Eifert, Tracy Hirsch, Dudley Fontaine

to name a few


and has been dedicated extensively to furthering her knowledge through books, dvds, online classes/podcasts/subscriptions from world class instructors and training resources (One Mind, Agility Secrets, Bad Dog Agility, CleanRun, Sylvia Trkman)


For a complete list of Ashley's training experience check out this link:  Experience

"If you are reading this because you think you might like to try agility, you've come to the right place. Ashley has been our agility instructor since we started taking lessons last year. She has worked with my Chihuahua, Gracie May, for less than a year and the results are amazing! Gracie May can be challenging at times but Ashley made sure I didn't give up. I took her to her first agility trial last weekend and we got 5 first place ribbons and a title in Standards!!! I never thought my little dog that growled at every dog she saw could go in an agility ring and perform like a pro! I just started my Rat Terrier in Ashley's Pre-Agility class and I'm so pleased with her progress. Whenever I have a question or concern, I can email Ashley and she's always quick to respond and provide lots of encouragement. You'll get a true professional and plenty of one on one time in all her classes. You won't be disappointed!!!"
-Melissa Liebhardt
Pleased Student

E-mail me at [email protected] for more information on getting enrolled in classes, workshops, privates, or agility day school.