Contact Debbie Crain (firstname.lastname@example.org), president of Gold Coast Freestyle Guild, for information about CFF Freestyle classes in the Northern and Central Coast Areas.
Brevard County Dog Training Club
625 Gladiola St.
Merritt Island, Florida
Class fee: $75.00 for a seven week session for non-members
Free for Club Members
Instructor: Ann Holder
Ann has been participating in freestyle since 2002. She has taught
obedience, rally ,
tricks and games classes and actively
competes in dog sports.
Advanced class is ongoing and meets on Thursday
afternoons from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
class meets the fourth Thursday of each month
from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Contact Ann at 321-636-2031 or
email@example.com for class information
K-9 Dog Obedience Club of
2638 Powers Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Freestyle Class meets every last Thursday of the month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Beginners are welcome but dog needs to have mastered novice rally skills.
Contact Elaine Smith-Nabors at 904-562-9412 or
firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Ironclad K9 Academy
715 Bascomb Commercial Parkway
Woodstock, GA 30189
Classes meet on the second Sunday of the month from 2:00
– 4:00 pm.
Classes are customized to meet the needs of those
attending any given session.
Cost varies with the number of
students per class. Before your first class,
please be sure to
call or email to ensure that class will meet.
Contact Julia Gregory at
423-580-9730 or email her at
Capital Dog Training Club
Home of the first and longest continuously running Canine Freestyle class in the country.
Friday mornings classes are taught by Sally Kirschenman and Wendy Ely. Contact Sally at email@example.com for further information.
A class for beginning Freestyler will start in October 2014 called "Fun with Freestyle" and taught by Pepper Guzman. She has been involved in Canine Freestyle since the mid 1990s and has titled at Level IV, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paws Abilities Dog Training
Minnesota welcomes Canine Freestyle!
Classes are ongoing.
Instructor: Kristin Sicotte
Kristin has been participating in
Freestyle since 2002.
Contact: Kristin at
email@example.com for information and class
8318 Guess Road
Durham, NC 27712
Saturday Monthly Classes, $15 per person for each session.
We meet one Saturday a month from noon to 2 pm, to work through a lesson problem sent out in advance. This class is set to accommodate novices as well as experienced handlers. We start with a basic concept and everyone works on it at their own level, with support and input from the group. The dates of the classes are on the Durham Kennel Club calendar. Contact Dee Wallis at DeeWallis@aol.com to let us know you are coming or to get more information.
Durham Kennel Club
Introduction to Freestyle
Tuesday Nights 7:00 pm
Begins August 5, 2014, lasts 4 weeks
For more information contact Dee Wallis firstname.lastname@example.org
Winston Salem Dog Training Club
3800 Bethania Station Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27116
Beginning in January 2013, Winston Salem Dog Training Club will
offer an introduction to CFF Freestyle class from 12 noon to
1:00pm on Saturdays.
Instructors will be Sarah Jinnah, Sandie
Averitt and Robin Setzer.
Sarah Jinnah (email@example.com)
Canine Affair Center
8495 Mulberry Road
Chesterland, OH 44026
sessions held on Friday nights from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Contact: Janet Dayton firstname.lastname@example.org.
Obedience Club of Chattanooga
244 Lake City Road
Classes meet the third Sunday of
the month from 2:00 – 4:00 pm for beginner through
advanced handlers and dogs. Fee is $10.00.
Before your first
class, please call or email to insure that class will meet.
Contact Julia Gregory at 423-580-9730 or email@example.com
Classes meet on Friday evenings
Instructor: Susan Colledge
Contact Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Joan Tennille
Mrs. Tennille, Founder and Past President of the Federation offers
training classes in Canine Freestyle. Classes prepare the team for competition
at all levels. Class work
Includes developing each team to move; perform before others; and to prepare
your presentations. She is the originator of the discipline of Canine
Freestyle which she demonstrated by creating the “original four” in 1993 for
the Cycle National Obedience Competitions. Through her seminars and
conceptual training methods she has set the standards for the sport. Before
dedicating her skills to moving the sport forward, Ms. Tennille was actively
competing in other disciplines in the Sport of Dogs.
Currently ongoing is a class for experienced Freestylers who are training a Second Dog. Classes meet once or twice a month on Sundays 11am-2pm. Contact Mrs. Tennille for more