Live Event info
ABOUT LIVE EVENTS
At Say Yes Dog Training
From time to time, we host live events on-site at Say Yes Dog Training. The workshops can cover anything to do with dogs! We’ll let you know here on our website when there are places available for any upcoming event.
The highlight event is our Dog Agility Summer Camp, which has been running for over 20 years. Stay tuned for information about our next Summer Camp! Working spots fill rapidly, but we make sure that we allow for auditors in this popular and much sought after event.
Say Yes Dog Training is located in Alberton, Ontario, Canada, and is set on 28 secluded acres, with a fantastic 13,000+ sq. ft. indoor turfed agility facility.
Our live events are “special” events. All of our dog training classes and agility programs are online, so you can join our courses from anywhere in the world. All you need is an internet connection. We have been educating online for many years, and love the results our students achieve! Visit “Online Training” in the menu to learn more about the excellent dog training and dog agility programs we have developed for you. No matter where your starting point with your dog is, we’ve got you covered.
- Our Facility
- Where To Stay
- What To Bring
Say Yes Dog Training set on 28 secluded acres. Plenty of room to run, and ponds to swim your dogs in. And with a fantastic 13,000+ sq. ft. indoor turfed agility facility.
Restaurants Close By
Feel free to pick up lunch prior as Fortinos in Ancaster opens at 8 am and has a lovely premade foods section. You are welcome to enjoy your lunch upstairs in the classroom. Please bring along your morning coffee -Tim Horton's has opened two drive-thru locations within five minutes in both directions from Say Yes! There is also a Starbucks drive-thru in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Click Here to download the restaurants PDF.
Also, plan on bringing water for yourself and your dog.
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