Meet The Peterborough Flyball Dogs

The Peterborough Flyball Dogs are a dyanamic local club that train at Kawartha Moving and Storage on Mervin Street in Peterborough in a heated facility.

The Peterborough Flyball Dogs team is a not-for-profit organization. Members share the cost of training their dogs for this relay dog sport. The club meets weekly, during the competition season, from March until the end of August. They are going to be starting their fourth year of training in the new year.

Most of the dogs in the club are local, however, they have members that come from the surrounding communities and as far away as Oshawa to train with the team on Thursday evenings.

The new season begins March 2015, and if you think your dog might be interested in becoming a flyball dog, email here. The team has a roster cap of 20 dogs. They accept all breeds and are always on the lookout for the smaller breeds to act as "Height Dogs". Learn more on their Facebook page.

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