Flyball

The North American Flyball Association, Inc. (NAFA ®) was established in 1984, when 12 flyball clubs in Michigan and Ontario banded together to guide the development of flyball in North America.  Today, with over 400 active clubs and 6,500 competing dogs, NAFA is recognized as the world’s leading authority on flyball and the sport’s top sanctioning organization.  NAFA is a non profit organization.

Flyball races match two teams of four dogs each, racing side by side over a 51 foot long course.  Each dog must run in relay fashion down the jumps, trigger a flyball box, releasing the ball, retrieve the ball then return over the jumps.  The next dog is released to run the course, but can’t cross the start/finish line until the previous dog has returned over all 4 jumps and reached the start/finish line. The first team to have all 4 dogs finish the course without error wins the heat.

The above information was an excerpt from the Flyball Association website.

Mollie Miller is an accomplished Flyball competitor, long time member of the Silver Streak FlyBall Club and an excellent instructor.  Her classes are five weeks and an hour and fifteen minutes long, each held on Thursday evenings at 5:30 in our arena.  

Vaccination Policy

Very Important: We are concerned about the health of your dog and the dogs in our care, we do require every dog be vaccinated. The required vaccines are Rabies (required by Federal Law), Bordetella, DHPP and Canine Influenza. Veterinary proof of vaccine validity is required prior to your scheduled appointment or class. You can email proof to Info@AllDogsSportsPark.com or fax to (209) 339-4822.

Training Agreement

Flyball Training Agreement

Refund Policy/Class Attendance

There are no refunds available if you withdraw from your class. We are not able to provide compensation for missed classes during any session.