Flyball Training
2016- Nuneaton Dog Training Club


Flyball is suitable for most breeds of dog, as long as they are fit and healthy, however each dog is assessed on an individual basis. The competition event is a relay and sees 2 teams of 4 dogs, racing side by side over a 51 foot long course. Each dog must run in turn over the 4 jumps, trigger a flyball box releasing a ball, catch the ball and return over the jumps. The next dog is released, in relay fashion, to run over the course but can’t cross the start/finish line until the previous dog has returned passed through. The first team to have all 4 dogs finish the course without an error wins. Each team consists of a maximum of 6 dogs with handlers and a box loader. Training at NDTC Flyball training is at NDTC and takes place on Monday evenings at 19:00 til 20:00 (excluding bank holidays). However, in poor weather conditions (wet or slippery ground) it is extremely likely that the training will be cancelled as this can be dangerous for both dog and handler. Training is always on unless stated other wise on the Flyball Facebook page NDTC_Flyball, or call prior to travelling, please call us on the number below.
Contact us: For general enquiries please contact the Flyball team on, forwarded to Scott and Amy Scott Harrison | 07889-687-476 | Amy Ransom | 07714-783-056 |
Four simple steps to get started in Flyball 1. Please click the link to become a membership. 2. With your membership number request a place on the 8-week workshop you will receive an email confirmating you have a place in the class. 3. Read Welcome to the Nuneaton Dog Training Club letter, prior to arriving. 4. Read The Kennel Club Canine Code.