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The OKPaws K9 Sports Club was organized in 1991 and was formed under the rules of the United Kennel Club [UKC].  It is a volunteer Club dedicated to the sport of Agility, Flyball, Disc Dog, and Rally Obedience. We also have members that belong to many other different dog clubs around Oklahoma City, such as freestyle (dance), schutzhund, and obedience.


OKPAWS members are here to have fun with their dog(s) and socialize with people that have the same passion. We try to make every event and seminar as enjoyable as possible for you and your dog(s). You will get a variety of information about the canine community, and you’ll be surprised just how much is out there.  Most of all, you will develop friendships that will last for years. 

For information on the club, classes, and what we have going on right now, please email: info@okpaws.com


Agility is a timed event where the handler and dog work together to complete a series of obstacles.   It involves obstacles such as jumps and hurdles, tunnels, weave poles, "A" Frames, dog walks, teeter-totters, and pause tables.

We are a UKC club that holds UKC agility trials.  As members, we have included use of our agility field for practice, fun runs, and classes.

OKPaws offers classes for green beginners to the most advanced competitors.  See our agility class page for information.

For more information email:
rockcreekbordercollies@yahoo.com


Flyball

Flyball races consist of two teams of four dogs each, relay racing side-by-side over a 51 foot long course.  Each dog must run down 4 jumps, trigger a flyball box releasing a tennis ball which the dog must return to the handler, running back over the 4 jumps.  The next dog is released as the previous dog has returned over all 4 jumps.  Teams compete in up to nine different divisions based on their seed times, so any breed of dog is welcome and able to race against other teams with similar abilities and be competitive.

 

We have two separate teams that are part of OKPaws, "Full Speed Ahead" and "Breakin’ Out".  Both teams participate under United Flyball League International (U-Fli) rules in tournaments that are held across the country.  Most of our tournaments are held in Oklahoma or Texas, but the teams have been known to travel to Las Vegas, St. Louis, Nebraska, and Memphis. 

 

The teams have practices most every weekend to train dogs in flyball.  No experience is required!  Practice is normally indoors at the Canine Sports Academy in Norman.  Breakin’ Out practices there on Saturday mornings starting at 8:00 a.m.  Full Speed Ahead practices on Sunday mornings starting at 9:00 a.m.  Always check our calendars to see where and when we will be.  Each team has a Google Group, so it would be a good idea to join their email list if you are interested in checking out either one. 

 

Full Speed Ahead

Breakin' Out Flyball

 

 

Oklahoma weather is never predictable, so cancellations are usually at the last minute. Please check your e-mail before you head out to practice.

 

Whether you’re interested in joining us or just want to watch and see if it will be something you might be interested in, you're welcome to come on out and play.


For more information on Full Speed Ahead, check out the website
www.fsaflyball.com

 

For more information on Breakin’ Out, check out the website www.breakinoutflyball.com

 

 


Spring, summer and fall class for disc dogs are held at the field just west of Reeves Park, Norman, OK.
Beginners - Learn basic obedience and if your dog has some fetching drive, it can be taught to catch a Frisbee
Advanced - Learn how to throw a Frisbee for accuracy and distance and all the rules in how to compete in a competition.  Also learn how to set up a freestyle routine and work on vaults, weaves and all those cool Frisbee dog tricks that you see on TV.
 
Instructor is a World Champion and 4 time World Qualifier with 2 different dogs that competed in 3 different classes. 

For more information, contact Lee at
leendee44@aol.com

Check out the website okcdiscdogs.com


Rally Obedience

Rally is a fast-paced demonstration of a dog and handler’s ability to perform basic obedience exercises; as well as offering an opportunity to showcase teamwork between you and your dog.
Teams follow a course of signs in a ring which indicate an obedience routine based on their skill level.


For more information, email Missy at wingisle@yahoo.com


OKPaws members, join our Yahoo! Group. If you are not a member, find out how to join our club.