03
May
£6.50
6:30 pm—7:30 pm

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Fairlie, Ayrshire

Parking/meeting info TBC

For this session, you must be able to canicross already.

We will be running a short but steep hill on a muddy, grassy track with some off track sections . You must be able to control your dogs speed for downhill sections .

In this first session, we will tackle the hill together in small sections then the second session (10th May) will put it all together.

See our class info page for more detail on what to expect from a Cani-Fit class

Additional Info

  • Unsuitable for dogs under 11 months
  • Do not feed your dog for approx 3 hours prior to class start
  • ** All winter evening classes require you to bring a headtorch and some Hi-Viz/reflective clothing**
  • Please read our Weather Cancellation Policy
ABILITY LEVEL
LEVEL 2 & 3

Your leader
  • Lindsay Johnson Lindsay Johnson

    Lindsay has been involved in Sled dog sports for 9 years (where she met Mr Cani-Fit). Struggling to find a training club that would allow her to train with her dog to get race fit, she decided to set up her own. With the help of a couple of canicrossers locally Cani Sports Scotland found its feet. Spending more time training, racing, learning, mushing in Canada, training others - than actually working she soon realised it was time to take the plunge and offer a service no one else was offering - fitness training for the human and dog! And so Cani-Fit was born in 2011.
    Accomplishing canicrossing 96 miles of the West Highland Way, winning several national championships and taking podium in 95% of races she has attended, it is safe to say her own Cani-Fit experience has gone from strength to strength. She has Suko to thank for a lot. He has been the ultimate teacher, mentor , training partner and pal!
    "Now we have Mini-Fit (Evan), I cannot wait to see what the future has to bring”. Just Dae it!

Details

Date:
May 3
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
£6.50
Organizer
Lindsay Johnson
Phone:
07709394667
Email:
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