We also have an alternative outdoor venue we can use (near the Penn Inn at Newton Abbot) in winter – when it’s dark in the evening, or conditions are too wet to use our paddocks. Ideal for die-hard enthusiasts who won’t let the seasons stop them!
Fast forward to today and she has trained more handlers with their dogs than she’s had hot dinners! Many have gone on to great success in competitions.
Jan is qualified as an LLAAB agility instructor. She also has a team of trusted and experienced trainers ready to assist with classes as and when required.
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Group or 1 to 1 lessons
We offer group classes or (for an additional cost) 1-2-1 sessions. Your first group session is usually booked as a block of 6.
Taster sessions offered
You are welcome to come along for a taster session before you sign up for any course or group class to it to see if you like agility, and want to train with Quintor!
More about coming to a class with us....
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Once we’ve received your application, we’ll add you to our list and offer you the next suitable slot we have.
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Slots do come up fairly regularly, and we're constantly working to make more available. Please be aware, though, that it can take a bit longer to find a class for you if these are the only times you're able to attend.
A few photos from our archives....
Quintor hall of fame! A tribute to some of the wonderful dogs and handlers that Quintor have had the privilege to work with over the years. (Hover or tap for description, click to pop-up image full size)
We have several amazing partners that we support, and who support us……. (hover for more information)
Why is agility so good for rescue dogs?
How do Animals in Distress operate?
What work do we do with them?