Classes are taught by Fighting For Freedom Flyball Club members. As Owner and Captain, Alex Le is an experienced flyball competitor with Cooper/Camden (Jack Russel Terrier mixes). He has over 10 years of competition experience and is an active competitor with NAFA, UFLI, and FCI Flyball tournaments throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Alex will be assisted by Co-Captains Jenny Doran and Judy Rowlee who runs Clover/Wifi (Border Collies) and Ruby/Boccus (English Springer Spaniels), respectively
FFF Flyball Practice -
Saturday mornings outdoors
Santa Clara, CA
Sunday mornings indoors on mats
San Jose, CA
Our team practices are on a consistent cadence both indoors and outdoors. We train different skills in a safe, friendly environment depending on up-coming tournaments and exhibitions. If you are interested in training for competitive flyball and need help, feel free to drop us a line so we can schedule you into one of our practice session.
Beginner Flyball Foundations -
Sunday mornings starting end of 2020 (9:30am)
San Jose, CA
The best way to learn flyball is to take the Beginning Flyball Foundation class offered at Fetch Sam! This class will teach you and your dog the fundamentals of flyball, introduce you to the equipment (jumps, flyball box, training props), and initiate some really fun motivational games to build that relationship and strong bond between you and your canine athlete.
Flyball Skills - Online
January 9, 2021 (11:30am)
This online class will focus on key flyball skills and updated box training concepts. We will introduce games and exercises that will center around 3 key objectives: Criteria, Commitment, and Control. These are the cornerstone relationship building skills competitors will need with their canine athletes.
Advanced Conditioning for Flyball -
January 10, 2021 (10:00am)
This online course will introduce exercises focused on sports conditioning for your canine athletes. We will work with handlers to create a program for your dog, centered on warm-up and cool-down routine cadences.
The program is based on recent veterinary sports medicine studies on canine sports. Because this is a relatively new and developing area for flyball competitors, we look forward to working with you on a structured conditioning program that will address the individual needs of your flyball dog.