69 Church St, Tivoli QLD 4305, Australia

Clubs, Deaf Church

0490 137 513

http://www.adcq.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 4:00 – 7:30 PM


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Agility Dog Club Of Queensland

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Jessica Luke
I completed ADCQ's Basic Dog Training course in 2016. I was so nervous when I first started because my dog (German shepherd) can be reactive to other dogs. I'd also had a bad experience at a different dog training club, so signing up for this course was a big step for me. As it turned out, taking the course was one of the best things I've ever done. The environment was super relaxed and the instructors were really helpful. My dog & I ended up learning heaps and having a lot of fun in the process. After the Basic Training course we did the Agility Foundations course, and now we're doing Beginner Handling. I can't speak highly enough of the trainers at ADCQ. Thanks to them, I appreciate and have way more fun with my dog than ever before.
Kiara Horsey
Agility Dog Club of QLD have been amazing helping us to train our little girl Pepper. All the instructors have been very helpful and patient and Pepper has become a much happier and much more confident since training there. Highly recommend!
Melissa Witherspoon
I loved attending lessons at this club. It has such a positive and constructive atmosphere. The members are very nice people who are genuinely do whatever they can to help. I have a very spirited and challenging young male dalmatian and after the basic course he exceeded all of our expectations. The techniques applied use positive reinforcement and help to build a positive relationship with owner and dog. I am looking forward to coming along to the next course. Thank you ADCoQ
Ginny Roberts
Since becoming a member of this club my understanding of how to have an amazing relationship with my dogs has been one of the most wonderful gifts in life. We have an awesome time doing agility together but best of all we have a good understanding of each other and that makes life so much more enjoyable. Thanks everyone :-)
Sarah Hemming
It's great to attend a club that offers such enjoyable training not only for the pet owner but most importantly for all the dogs in our community. All of the trainers are fantastic and are passionate about helping you and your dog. It's so lovely to be able to improve the bond I have with my dog while doing something we both enjoy. We recommend this club to all of our clients at Flinders View Veterinary Surgery because we know time and time again all the clients who do go benefit greatly and always have nothing but positive comments about the club. I would definately recommend it for all stages of dog handlers as it caters for all ends of the spectrum. Thank you ADCQ!

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