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Get Involved

Learn more about whether Flyball is right for you and your dog!

Attend a practice
Flash at DGF Life's a Ball Flyball Tournament. Photo Credit Irene Cotter, Fur Fetched Photography.

Is Flyball for you?

Your dog should be up to date on their vaccinations, have good basic obedience and be well-behaved around other dogs. Crate training is a major plus but not essential.

It takes time and patience to teach your dog how to play Flyball - at least 6 months and often longer. It is also a fun and very rewarding experience!

Inside of an agricultural show building at Indianapolis State Fairgrounds. There are lanes set up for Flyball racing and lots of people.

Attend a Tournament

We host tournaments at Southampton County Fairgrounds twice a year, in March and November. Spectators and their well-behaved dogs are welcome to attend (and it's free!). Check out our upcoming tournaments on the Events page. You can find out about more tournaments in Virginia and surrounding states on the NAFA and U-FLi websites.

Attend a Practice

We practice on Sundays in Sedley, VA except for tournament weekends.  Most of the year practice starts at 1:00 pm, but is moved to 9:00 am on hot days in the summer.

Please email us in advance if you would like to attend a practice so we can confirm the start time! You should bring a crate for your dog, some tasty treats and a favorite toy.

A tan and white corgi pushing off the front of a Flyball box with a tennis ball in his mouth.
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