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  • Carla Wilkie

    Hi there:
    I’m a B.C veterinarian in the midst of studying for my Sports medicine and Rehabilitation certification. One of my exam questions was,
    “where is the nearest agility club to you”, and I realized I had no idea.
    I live in Squamish but work in West Vancouver, and your club was about the only one I found in the lower mainland. Your website doesn’t seem to list a “home base”, though. Do you have one? Is there an agility club closer to West Van/Squamish?
    Once I’m certified, would your group have any interest in seminars on Canine Rehabilitation?
    Carla Wilkie, D/V.M., CVA, CVC. CVRT candidate.

    • Richard Ford Post author

      Our home base is Metro Vancouver. There are a couple of private training facilities and another club based in Metro Vancouver (Paws Squad). We are a Not-for-profit society and the longest running club in Metro Vancouver. Our membership includes West Vancouver to Mission now; and includes many of the cities in Metro Vancouver. We practice currently at Highrun Dog Sports in Pitt Meadows and run an annual summer trial in Burnaby (Burnaby Heights) and an annual winter trial now in Abbotsford at the Matsqui fairgrounds. Several club members participate in multiple dog agility venues (AAC, CKC, USDAA, AKC, UKI…). In addition to Dog Agility, club members have participated in many other canine sports and activities. We do have friends doing agility in Squamish, but I’m not aware of any official clubs in the area.