If you're interested in flyball, consider joining our beginner group. Prospective dogs should have basic obedience training, be dog-friendly and people-friendly, be in good physical shape, and be up-to-date on their vaccinations. With patience, many dogs can be trained to do flyball, but the best prospects are those dogs with high drive, especially tug-drive (i.e., they love to play tug)!
Before training starts, we ask that each interested beginner attend one or more of our practices. Bring yourself and any family/friends, but please *leave your dog* at home. We'd like you to see what we do during our practices, and we can always use the extra help (flyball is very much a team sport!). Attending practice also provides a great opportunity to ask all those questions you have about Alaska's newest fast-paced dog sport!
We practice weekly on Sundays. From mid-September through April or early May, we practice from 5-7 PM at an indoor training facility in Anchorage. From early May through mid-September, we practice from 4-6 PM at an Anchorage ball field.
If you're interested in joining a beginner group and you'd like directions to our practice site, send an email to Curtis Smith: