Welcome to the Agility Dog Club of Queensland Inc., more commonly known as ADCQ. Our club, and this website, exists because of a love of dogs, fitness, and fun.  All dog lovers – individuals, families, adults and children are all welcome to be part of ADCQ.

As you explore this site in more detail you’ll find information that includes:

  • about the Club and the people involved in running it;
  • a diverse range of training courses to fit you and your dog’s needs;
  • social and competition events;
  • how to become a member ADCQ

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Action shots from last weekend's dog agility competition. Thanks to our VP Dan from dPhodography for the fabulous photos. photos.dphodography.com/gallery/ADCQFeb2019/home ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Cathy Slot and Simone Holt on their selection to represent Australia at the World Agility Championships in Netherlands in a couple of months. To make it super hard, other teams are running their own dogs but Cathy and Simone need to borrow dogs from overseas handlers due to quarantine. ... See MoreSee Less

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Why we love crate training...
Crates are a huge part of what we do at ADCQ for agility but also for family life. Here's a few reasons why:

* evacuations in natural disasters and emergencies (some evac centres will not take dogs unless they are crated. shared temporary accom can be crowded and stressful and crates can help dogs settle)
* vet visits and overnight stays (stressful enough without unfamiliar crates adding to that)
* keeping quiet at home after illness
* holiday stays (rentals or with friends or family)
* for visitors to your place who are not 'dog people', or when children visit
* safe 'den' place for dogs in storms or other scary events (cover crate to make dark and quiet)
* helps teach and transfer control behaviours like sits for door/gate/car manners and safety

There are more reasons to teach a pet dog to love a crate. What can you add to this list?
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Training venue

Ipswich Sports Club Inc.,
69 Church Street (off Mt Crosby Road),
Tivoli  QLD  4305
[UBD Ref Map 48 3K ‘Baseball Field’]

Training days/time

Training days are Sunday afternoons and evenings, and Wednesday evenings. Training times are dependent on which course/class you are attending. (Please refer to the course/class pages for more information.)


A message of cancellation will be put out on our Facebook page and via email using our Yahoo Group by 3pm on a Sunday training day.