Arizona Supercharged Flyball promotes inclusivity and fun on our club – we are friends first, and work together to train and compete. We use the most up-to-date training methods to get the most out of all our dogs. Our club captains attend seminars consistently and also participate in online training with some of the top flyball competitors in North America.
Small dogs, large dogs, unusual breeds are all welcome – we currently have the following dog breeds on our club: Border Collie, Australian Shepherd, Jack Russell Terrier, Belgian Malinois, German Shepherd, Chihuahua, Shiba Inu, American Pit Bull Terrier and also sport bred mixes and rescued mixes. We often accept re-trains as well, and place a lot of emphasis on proper technique.
Our club enjoys scrimmages with other local clubs and hanging out outside of flyball. Other activities we enjoy together include team dinners, parties, game nights, dock diving, kayaking and disc. We attend all local tournaments and often travel to surrounding states 2-3 times a year as well.
Arizona Supercharged Flyball is celebrating over 10 years together! We are looking for goal-oriented people, who enjoy a team environment, that want to share in this fun, high-adrenaline sport with us, to send us a message or email. Contact us at our Facebook page listed above, or drop us an email to find out more about flyball and how to get started with lessons!
Blazin’ K9s is a small group of dog lovers who enjoy playing with our dogs and hanging out with each other socially. Our club is an extension of our family. We love spending time together outside of the flyball lanes, whether it is going out to dinner, or doing a team outing, such as “Paint your Pet” night! Many of us have multi sport dogs and like to compete in all these sports together whenever we can.
Flyball is a team sport and we are looking for committed people who also want to have fun! Our #1 priority is to have fun with our dogs first and still be competitive in the sport!!! In addition to local tournaments, we travel to several tournaments throughout the year, including events in California, Utah and Nevada. Our team also hosts 2 tournaments a year (November and February) in Arizona.
As a way of promoting this amazing dog sport and responsible dog ownership, we periodically put on flyball demonstrations in the community. We welcome all dogs – our team is made up of a mix of many breeds including rescues.
A near future goal of ours is to attend CanAm, the annual NAFA Championships tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana (the largest flyball tournament in the world!).
Our practices and classes are currently held at Gilbert Crosslands Park in Gilbert, Arizona on Sunday mornings. Interested potential flyballers are welcome to come out and watch our regular team practice as well. Please contact Carol Osterhaus at email@example.com for more information.
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.