Bookings & Classes

  1. Any booking made could be subject to change.
  2. Cancellations with less than 48 hours notice will be charged in full.
  3. Mojo Dogs reserves the right to adjust prices/times where needed, notice will be given to clients regarding any changes.
  4. Classes could be moved to an online classroom if the weather is unsuitable for a class.
  5. Any class cancellations by Mojo Dogs will not be charged to the client - a voucher code will be offered for use on the following course.
  6. Mojo Dogs reserves the right to refuse or cancel bookings.
  7. Bitches in season may not be able to attend classes please contact the team to discuss.
  8. Dogs that cause disruption to classes will be asked to leave.
Agility Training T&Cs

At Mojo Dogs we teach you and your dog full agility skills from

At Mojo Dogs we teach you and your dog full agility skills from highly qualified, experienced and professional trainers.  If you like the idea of competing one day then we will teach you to this level.  If you do not want to compete this is not a problem at all, we will still teach you to the same level so that you can some fun with your dog learning an amazing new skill.

The main thing to know is that at our agility classes you will NOT be allowed on the full equipment until you and your dog have a certain level of skills so that we can ensure the safety of your dog.  

You and your dog will need many skills before joining a full agility class but we will help you and your dog learn these skills in a fun and friendly way with achievable levels and awards along the way.

As soon as you've reached a certain skill level you and your dog will be able to attend a full agility class, the more you practise outside of training classes the quicker you and your dog will progress to a full class.

Please note your dog can start foundation exercises from 6 months old but cannot attend a full class until they are 12 months old.

Agility is a fun exercise with your dog and no harsh handling will be tolerated, abuse towards dogs, trainers or other attendees.

Only positive and force-free training methods are used.

​Ideally your dog should understand the below basic behaviours to make your training sessions more enjoyable.


If your dog is not well socialised or nervous then it may be best to work on their needs first before joining a group agility class.  Feel free to contact me with any concerns you may have about your dog's needs.

​Training is carried out outdoors, it is your responsibility to ensure that your dog is suitable for our training environment on a working farm and you should wear suitable clothing and footwear for the activity and that your dog's needs are met.

​Every effort is made to ensure that the equipment and venue that is used is safe.  However, you and your dog undertake agility at your own risk and no responsibility is taken by either the venue or trainers for any loss, damage or accident.

If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us and we'll be more than happy to help you.

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