Welcome to Pine Agility Dog Sports Club

Pine Agility Dog Sports Club is situated in Eatons Hills, north west of Brisbane.  The Club offers a variety of dog sports and classes.  While there is a strong focus on Agility, Canine Disc (Frisbee) is growing in popularity.

PADS  also offers Obedience classes,  Motivation & Control sessions, Canine Disc (Frisbee) Classes and competitions.   In addition Beginner’s, Intermediate and Advanced Agility classes are run regularly along with opportunities for dogs and handlers to compete at all levels.

Classes Offered

Obedience, Canine Disc, Motivation & Control, and Agility from Beginner to Advanced levels.
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Basic Dog Obedience

  Purpose of the class: Is to promote positive training within the community. To give the handler and their dog a set of skills so that when they have attended the complete course and done the required work at home they will have a well behaved canine citizen. Criteria – dogs must be 16 weeks and older and […]

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Canine Disc

  Canine Disc (Frisbee) is gaining popularity in Australia.  PADS is an affiliate of Canine Disc Australia (CDA) – the body which oversees the dog sport in Australia. Training Information When: Every Tuesday. Introduction to Disc is held on the second Tuesday of every month.  You are welcome to come and try. Time: 6.45 – 8.30 pm Cost: Annual Club […]

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Skills and Fun

  Purpose of the class: Skills and Fun is designed to enhance your dog’s obedience skills. This class builds on skills already learnt and enhances your relationship with your dog. A primary focus of this class will be to get your dog working off lead. Criteria – Dogs MUST be at least 24 weeks old […]

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Beginners Dog Agility

  Agility is an excellent sport for both dogs and handlers.  It has many positives – a terrific way of building that bond between you and your dog;  an enjoyable way to train desirable behaviours in your dog, as well as a fun way to exercise with your dog. Beginners Class: Purpose of class: To introduce […]

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Intermediate Dog Agility

  Purpose of class: This is a class for those who are getting ready to compete and for those who just want to have a fun night out with their dogs. In this class the dogs and handlers learn how to complete all obstacles at full height successfully and the handler’s skills are consolidated. For […]

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Advanced Dog Agility

  Purpose of the class: This is a group for highly skilled dogs/handlers that will enable you to compete at a higher level if you choose to. Criteria – *Must have attended Intermediate classes or similar * Have solid understanding of ALL obstacles and turns * Have complete off lead control * Have a minimum […]

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Some photos of our awesome members and their dogs!

PADS Blog

Latest news and information for members and the general public
How to Stay Up to Date

How to Stay Up to Date

With some potential bad weather on the way this weekend please ensure you check our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pineagilitydogsports/?fref=ts) for updates on any cancellations of classes or closure of our grounds.

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Beginner’s Agility Comp – May 14, 2016

PADS Beginners comp was held on Saturday and although not a huge comp, it certainly was successful. Lovely courses by our judges Wayne and Margaret put a smile on the dial of all the Beginners and their dogs. Judges said they were very impressed with the skills of the dogs and Handlers. Thanks to Tandy […]

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Million Paws Walk Samford – May 2016

    PADS assisted in the worthy cause of supporting the RSPCA on Sunday at the Million Paws Walk held at Samford Village. Helen Dibble organised demos of Canine Disc and Dog Agility with PADS members and their pooches putting on a show for the spectators. It ran like a finely tuned orchestra due to […]

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Like to find out how you can get involved?

PADS is affiliated with theAgility Dog Association of Australia (ADAA) and promotes international agility, at every level, to all dogs and their handlers. Since incorporation, PADS has grown to become one of the biggest Agility Dog Clubs in Queensland.