On The Fly Flyball – Region 2 (Bowmanville, Ontario)


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On The Fly was established in 2007 by Morgan Jarvis, owner of K9 Central Inc.. Morgan has been involved in flyball since 1987, and has travelled the world teaching and organizing flyball competitions. This included a trip to Japan in 2005, by invitation to organize a flyball tournament and present flyball seminars.

Many of the team members on On The Fly were former flyball students at the facility in Bowmanville. These team members now help to teach the flyball classes. Not only is On The Fly is one of Ontario’s fastest flyball teams, many of the dogs on the team have been trained and titled to their ONYX and Grand Champion Awards.

On The Fly uses only positive motivational training. We are a team that values family, friends and a sense of community. Flyball is great dog sport for active, high energy dogs. It’s a great way to get that extra energy out and work as a partner with your dog in a team environment. Check out this link for details about lessons and further contact information:

Morgan and Tactix

Queen City Road Runners – Region 14 (Clarksville & Dickson, Tennessee)

Queen City Road Runners Facebook Page

Email: icflyball@hotmail.com www.flyballdogs.com/qcrr


The Queen City Road Runners is a not for profit flyball club formed in 2007 with a mission of providing a fun and safe environment for dog sport enthusiasts. The Road Runners have students/members from all over middle Tennessee.

Deborah and Eli Yoder, the club owners, first learned of the sport after working the animal rescue efforts following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. They adopted Katie, a 4-month old Labrador mix, who presented with many social/fear issues. Using her love for the tennis ball, they quickly learned the value of fun and discovered FLYBALL!!!!!

The founding team dogs include Blue FGDCH 50K an Australian Cattle Dog, aka Wile E. Coyote, Katie ONYX, Monty FGDCH, a whippet, and our two height dogs, Taz, FGDCH and Sophie, FGDCH. Our Iron Dogs include, Blue, Taz and Sophie. Brags include Can Am Classic Champions Regular Div VII 2016. The Queen City Road Runners focus on educating the public on the value of fun and play through dog sport; participating in fundraising events to promote rescue and responsible pet ownership in our community; and fostering the next generation of potential flyball dogs. The original Road Runners have retired, and we have several new dogs hitting the lanes.

Our mantra is “Every Dog is a Champion.” We offer 4 free classes to pups adopted from any shelter or rescue. All breeds, including, mixed breeds, are welcome to play flyball. (One of the main reasons, we love the sport!) We emphasize the human/dog relationship based on mutual trust and respect and more importantly, the power of play!

We practice and hold beginner classes weekly in our training facility. We are accepting new students and visitors are always welcome. Come check us out. BEEP BEEP!

We are located near Clarksville and Dickson, Tennessee

786 Indian Creek Rd,
Cumberland Furnace, TN

Contact: Eli @931-220-4907 or Deborah @931-216-5348

Photo credit: Ambient Exposure Photography

Crazy Train Flyball – Region 6 (Phoenix, Arizona)

www.crazytrainflyball.com info@crazytrainflyball.com

Crazy Train Flyball was created with the vision of being a competitive, fun flyball team.  We are always looking for people and dogs that love the sport and want to excel to the best of their ability.  The best thing about our club is that we all work to support each other and each other’s dogs.   We often compete in Multibreed division where each dog is a different breed.  On our team we have Border Collies, Jack Russell Terriers, Australian Cattle Dogs, German Shepherd, Pomeranian, purposely bred Mixes and Rescues. We attend all instate and regional tournaments, (Arizona, Utah, Nevada and some in Southern California).

Our team hosts one to two tournaments a year in Arizona.  Our team also travels cross country for the “super bowl” of flyball tournaments, CanAm in Indianapolis, Indiana in October.  Crazy Train is a non-profit social club.

Achievements:  NAFA Multibreed Champion in 2016; Region 6, Multibreed Champion for 2016; 2017, 2018 and 2019; Regular Champion for 2017, 2018 and 2019 and Region 6 Overall Champion in 2019.  

Seattle FlyDogs – Region 7 (Woodinville, Washington & Bend, Oregon)

Seattle FlyDog in Action!


Being a Seattle FlyDog is something very special in region 7. This 10-year-old flyball club was created for inclusivity! We believe all dogs, all breeds, all speeds should get to play in sports. We support that flyball athletes come in all shapes, sizes, and abilities. (humans too!)

Come take lessons with our community flyball club and Be a FLYDOG! 


Our lessons are taught as drop-in style with many different levels learning at the same time. As you and your dog grow in skill, you achieve different levels: MightyDog, HotDog, then SuperDog. As a SuperDog you are invited to learn how to pass nose to nose on the course with our FlyDogs and ultimately are guided to graduate as a FlyDog.

We grow every year adding handlers and dogs to our community roster and celebrate that growth and individual’s accomplishments with a summer party. We foster an environment of friendship, acceptance and learning.

Lucy, age 9.5, with the Seattle FlyDogs, runs during the halftime show presented by Kaiser Permanente. (Neil Enns/Storm Photos)

Outside of lessons and practice, the fun continues! We are a fan-celebrated flyball-performance team for the Seattle Storm basketball games, Museum of Flight, and many different city festivals. We compete in 4 tournaments a year from Oregon, to Washington, to Vancouver BC and many of our members become friends outside of the club.

We recently expanded with a sister club in Bend, OR where we will continue the mission of teaching all breeds, all speeds how to play this fun sport and building new friendships.

It is important to us that each FlyDog feels like they belong. We support all the clubs in Region 7 and refer FlyDog graduates to clubs that provide more opportunity to compete when that is the individual’s goal. Our secret to success is following our 10-year-old mission statement. Every communication, every decision, and every approach is held to this mission. It is our guiding light and keeps us grounded in purpose. 

The Seattle FlyDogs is a local community club open to membership application by individuals, created with the intent to enrich the lives of dogs and their handlers by offering participation and training in canine athletic sports. Its purpose is for creating public awareness of dog sports, providing weekly drop-in training for all breeds and speeds, and for building camaraderie among its members and students with organized participation in skillful, athletic canine activities.

Seattle FlyDogs Mission Statement

Seattle FlyDogs teach lessons on Sunday nights September to May in Woodinville, WA. Visit our website for more information and reach out if you have any questions. www.seattleflydogs.com.

For info about lessons in Bend, OR please go to www.bendflydogs.com.

Good2Go Flyball – Region 8 (Regina, Saskatchewan)

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Good2Go Flyball is based in Regina, SK, Canada and was established in 2002. Our team consists of a dedicated group of dog owners and flyball enthusiasts with a wide variety of dogs. We train and compete with everything from Border Collies, to a Papillon and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, to Whippets, sport mixes, rescue pups, and more! Our sights are set on having a good time while bringing out the best in our dogs and each other through safe, positive training and team management. We are open to receiving new student and teammate inquiries at this time.

Landsharks Flyball – Region 20 (Napanee, Ontario)

Jessie’s whippet, Prank, as a shark & Shark head


The Landsharks Flyball Club is focused on positive and encouraging training methods including foundation work, body conditioning and appropriate exercises for your dog. Our dogs are first and foremost our pets. Flyball is so great because dogs and people work together as a team. Our club is very inclusive and has some who face some health challenges. We work within everyone’s abilities. We have some junior handlers right up to an octogenarian!


We draw members from Hastings, Prince Edward and Lennox Counties. Weekly practices are held in Napanee, Ontario

Teamwork is an important part of being on our club – each member is important – both handlers and dogs. Handlers play an active roll in helping other members in all training stages, as well as racing and hosting tournaments. Every member is encouraged to set goals and achievements are celebrated at all levels!

Marg (78 years old) and Buddy, her BC
Phoenix the whippet

We host popular tournaments each year, so come on out and see what Flyball is all about. Looking to get started with us? Check out our website and contact us about joining in our weekly practices. www.landsharks.com