I don't know how you agility people do it. Seriously, the only agility places I'm finding I either don't *love* it, or if I do love the place/trainer/etc it is costly up the wazoo! >_< The one place that I like the looks of (haven't visited yet) that seems to have some good reviews from people I know and is fairly close, you have to take 4 classes prior to actually doing agility. 3 classes getting use to the different equiptment, and one balancing/stretching/strength training class. That's all great, I think it would be a lot of fun, they are each 8 weeks long, so takes plenty of time to get use to the stuff and environment, which is great for Art. The bad part is it's $180 PER CLASS! >_< Which, wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't 4 classes before even getting to do the agility. Art is a fast learner, settles in really fast so I don't know if the slow pace would work well, but even if it did, that's about $720 before the first agility class. Then another $180 for the first agility class. Not only that, it's 32 weeks, which is around 8 months! That's not even counting the time between classes. >_< *sigh* I'm feeling a bit frustrated with this, but I really want to get into agility or flyball. The only place I found that does flyball without driving all the way to Seattle (an hour and 30mins away, worse with traffic) uses some of the traditional methods which isn't what I want. *sigh* Any suggestions on finding a good place?