Not only does Flashing Canines teach a wide range of agility classes, club members and their dogs also regularly participate in agility demos at local events where we are proud to be able to help educate and entertain. Flashing Canines also hosts two agility trials a year, one in May and one in September in Redcliff, Alberta. Trials are a great way to put all that agility training to the test and get out and have fun!

Check back here regularly for updates on events and news!


Brook Library Demo - July 2018

Great to spread the word to other communities. We are happy to announce that we now have classes running in Brooks.

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Dragons & Butterflies Creative Preschool May 2018

We LOVE doing demos for kids and we LOVE the video Dragons & Butterflies made of our demo!

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Regionals 2018

Flashing Canines was proud to host the 2018 AB/NWT Regionals event June 2018. Three rings, hundreds of dogs, wonderful weather, competitors, and judges! Thank you to everyone who came to compete, volunteer, and watch. It was a great event!

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Pet Expo 2017

Always happy to support local events. Looking forward to 2019!

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5th Annual Poop Pickin' Party 2016

Another GREAT Flashing Canines Demo!

Flashing Canines put on another great agility demo at Kin Coulee Park on April 9th for the 5th annual "Fecal Folly" Poop Pickin' Party.

Thanks to everyone who came out to participate in this important annual event.



Medicine Hat Stampede Parade 2015

Flashing Canines was proud to be part of the 2015 Stampede Parade in July.

Our awesome float was decorated by our talented Club members. Both dogs and handlers had a great time interacting with the crowds.


Beaver's Club Demo 2014

The Club put on a "Dog Info" demo for a local Beaver's Club. What a success!

This was a great opportunity for our Club to do something a bit different from our normal agility demo. The kids went home with a bit more knowledge about dogs and hopefully will be able to put that to use in the future!