7350 Liberty Way
West Chester, OH
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Welcome To Unleashed Agility!
Unleashed Agility is an Agility Training Facility located in West Chester, OH (north of
Cincinnati). Founded by Kent and Sharon Bromagen in 2005, Unleashed Agility offers
Agility classes from the basic beginner level all the way up to the most advanced
competition classes available in the area.
Kent and Sharon have had years of experience in training and competing in the sport of
Dog Agility. They have competed in all of the major Dog Agility Venues and have won
numerous titles and awards for various breeds of dogs over the years.
Along with operating Unleashed Agility and Unleashed Dog Daycare, Kent and Sharon are
instructors for both classes and private lessons. Kent is active as a CPE Judge (Canine
Performance Events) as well.
Unleashed Agility offers Agility Group Class Instruction
as well as Private Sessions.
Only positive training methods are used, and we have developed a progressive training
method using building block skills to assure your success in the sport!
Our training methods give your dog
confidence, promotes teamwork and helps
create a strong bond between the handler
and the dog. All breeds and mixed breeds
are welcome in classes. So whether you're
training for competition or just to have a fun
time with your dog, our methods will allow you
to reach your goals!
All instructors at Unleashed Agility are
chosen for their skills in interacting both with
dogs and humans so that your training
experience is a pleasant and rewarding
experience for both you and your dog.
Each of our instructors has demonstrated
their dedication to the sport by competing
frequently in agility trials, attending seminars,
and staying current on the latest trends and
techniques in agility skills so that they are
prepared to pass on the latest skills to you
and your dog.
In addition to classes, we also host CPE
(Canine Performance Events) Trials
throughout the year. Please check our Trial
Info tab for more information on upcoming
What is Agility?
Agility was first introduced as a spectator sport in England in 1977 during horse shows,
and in 1978 as entertainment at Crufts Dog Show. Since then it has spread around the
world! Handler/dog teams race against the clock as they navigate thru an obstacle course
of jumps, tunnels, weaves, teeters, a-frame, dog walk and other obstacles using verbal and
hand commands to complete the course with the most accuracy and in the fastest time.
Come and see why Agility is one of the fastest growing
and most enjoyable sports in the world!