Auchinlay was formed by Eric Ferguson around 30 years ago to enable pet dog owners to train in Agility.
The team then went public and could be found performing at local fetes and events for the enjoyment of the crowd. In fact, Princess Anne has even enjoyed a performance by the group when the local Equestrian Centre was opened by her in 1990.

Do you think you'd like to try your hand at agility then?
Well, the first step would be to come along to our open obedience class:
Tuesday 7.30pm, Cochrane Hall, West Stirling Street, Alva FK12 5LJ.
Training is available for all levels.
Or call 07518 725 947 to speak to Eric.

If you want to join in, then bring some treats/a toy, wear soft shoes and don't forget your sense of humour!
Or if you prefer you can come along without your dog first just to get a feel for it all.
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Members of the agility team come up from the obedience training (and continue to attend usually), as a good basic level of control is important for agility. You can't drive a car without learning how to work the accelerator, gears and brakes first!
We have a wide variety of dogs, owners and skill levels. We all had to start somewhere.
And remember, agility is not just for Border Collies (although they do love it) so we tailor our training for all breeds.
Agility training is held in Dunblane on a Sunday morning and Thursday evening.
Site Updated -13th March 2016