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Queenstown Dog Agility Club

Queenstown's only Dogs NZ affiliated agility club - agility for fun and competition


We are all about dogs here at QDAC, focusing mainly on dog agility training, and helping people build great relationships with their dogs.

Dog agility is about having fun with your best friend. It's about speed and accuracy as your dog runs through tunnels, over dog walks, jumps A-frames, see-saws and more.

We offer classes and support in every stage of your agility journey from foundation to competition, so whether you want to build a better relationship with your companion or want to compete, we can help.

Jog with your Dog
club fundraiser

12th of Oct 2024 |  10am Start
The Church at 2323 Gibbston Highway

Grab your running / walking shoes and come join us with your four legged best friend for a 7km loop around Peregrine winery. 

No dog, no worries! All are welcome to join!

$20 per adult entry | $10 per child entry
Tickets available on the day or click below to buy now!

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Foundation Class

Our next foundation class begins Saturday 6th of July at 10am,  

Book now as spaces are limited!

Agility is a great way to have fun with your dog, while also ensuring you and your pup interact well and your dog learns to follow commands. The pathway into agility is to complete a four-week foundation course to introduce you and your dog to the equipment and basics, and then if you are interested you can join the club and continue to train on a weekly basis. 

Congratulations to our two junior members!

Jess and Sarah, two of QDAC’s junior members, competed at the South Island interschools champs on the 8th of June. Jess and her dog Zoom won both the experienced agility and experienced jumper titles. Jess also picked up a 3rd in experienced jumpers with her second dog Flare. Sarah, having her first time out competing, came second in open jumpers (competitors are assigned a dog at random and have 10 minutes to learn how to run it). Jess got 3rd in the same class with little Nugget, a border collie x papillon. Between the two girls they gained enough points to take the Top Schools trophy back to its rightful home at Wakatipu High School.


Queenstown Dog Agility Club put dog and handler safety first.  We train you to train your dog to enjoy doing the equipment in a safe and effective way.​​​


This four week course introduces dogs and handlers to the basics of agility: the equipment, commands, training techniques. It is a requirement that this course is completed before joining the club for regular training. Email to enquire about our next course.



Handling 101, turns, crosses, raised equipment (age depending) and weaves.


Training continues after beginners to get you and your dog up to the point where you can run full courses over all equipment, and if you want, compete.​

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