The club offers trainings for all levels on its outdoor field from May to September. Introductory courses are opened for everyone. After succeeding the introductory course, one can become member of the Club and enjoy club courses as well as access to the training field for practicing, for fun or competition.
The Club’s mission is to share an appropriate location, safe equipment and knowledge about agility. Members share a social network allowing for exchange of information. Courses are offered to members and non-members. The introductory courses allow a privileged contact to promote canine sport. Everyone is welcome.
Agility Base 1 : Introduction to the obstacles
This group course is intended for people interested in discovering agility and to have fun with their dog. It serves to familiarize their dog with the various obstacles of an agility course.
The dog will learn not to fear the different equipement and will gain confidence. The handler will learn to motivate, reward, and enjoy the success as a team.
Agility Base 2 : Basic handling
While continuing to develop the bases of the first course, we now discover the basics of handling through sequences of a few obstacles. The dog learns to follow the handler’s gestures, and the handler learns the body language required to communicate with their dog. The dog gains a lot of confidence, to the point where several people see a positive change in their dog when they’re back home. Introductory courses are open to all dogs regardless of breed, age and without any prerequisite. Handlers are also of all ages and physical condition.
Agility Base 3 : Advanced handling
Now that the dog is self-reliant on each obstacle, the team is able to complete a course or a sequence of obstacles. The handler learns different types of handling to use according to the difficulty level of a course. The team is more and more at ease with the changes in direction in a course or sequence of obstacles.
Cost tax included for 8 lessons:
Regular : $170
Retired or Student : $150
Resident of PAT-RDP : $85
E-Transfer is accepted: Send your payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org Answer: base2021
By cheque, pay to the order of : Club d’Agilité de Montréal and mail to : Mélanie Bélanger, 2680 Charbonneau, Terrebonne, QC J6Y 1J8 (email@example.com)
Please note that classes are full. Registration for next session opens in June
Welcome to the AAC sanctioned Agility trials of the Club d’Agilité de Montréal (CAMtl),
All our outdoor trials are held at the Club d’Agilité de Montréal at the Pasquale-Gattuso Park.
Please note that in order to register to an AAC sanctioned trial, the dog must have been previously registered to the AAC and have obtained its ID number.
Due to COVID-19, we have to limit the number of participants to a maximum of 40, until further notice. In order to respect the maximum of persons allowed on site, we also request participants to come alone (unaccompanied), unless strictly necessary.
To give participants access to their results, we will make all results available shortly after each trial date.
Please note that this information will be available only for the current season.
Our training field is located at 11530 Gilles-Trottier Street in Montréal, at the Pasquale-Gattuso Park.
You can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 438-925-2881, by leaving a message on our answering machine. We will be pleased to call you back at the earliest opportunity.
Please note we are closed from the month of November to the month of April; during this period, the response time may be slightly longer (a few working days). Thank you for your understanding.
Our postal address is
Club d’Agilité de Montréal P.O. Box 66022 Haut Anjou Station Anjou (Quebec) H1J 3B8.