About Us

Lisa Duggan established Stirling Agility in 2010 when she moved to Stirling. Lisa has competed nationally and internationally with her dogs for over 10 years

Stirling Agility is a Kennel Club listed club. This means we have demonstrated that we meet or exceed their strict criteria for our training, facilities and equipment. This accreditation recognises us as being professional, safe and focused on successful competitive agility.

We train using positive methods with high value rewards to ensure that dogs learn to love the game.

Our Members train for fun and to compete at local, national and international competitions. Over the past three years members have won 5 championship tickets, 3 reserve tickets and have qualified to compete in several major finals and at the World Agility Open as part of the Scottish national team.


Meet my Dogs

With 3 dogs competing at championship level and the youngster, 2018 is going to be a fun but busy year.


Betty boo - my first ever dog, a rescue, mostly German Shepherd, who got me into agility too many years ago.


Womble - a beautiful, clever Belgian Shepherd, largely uninterested in agility and lost early to epilepsy


Kubie Khan - my special, crazy boy, who taught me so much about impulse control. (He didn’t have any!)  A grade 6 GSD with attitude and volume , much missed.


Tig, born 2005 – a once in a lifetime dog who took a green handler to grade 7, our first champ ticket and to Olympia and Crufts. Enjoying retirement.


Robbie, born 2008 - my handsome boy who struggled to see where the pole was, but managed a reserve champ ticket prior to early retirement for his safety. Now chief sofa surfer.


Dee, born 2010 - aka little brown dog, a wee shy, quiet poppet, who loves the game and yips her way around courses. She has won 2 reserve tickets, CSJ Highland winner 2017 and regular finalist, and semi-finalist in championship classes, Olympia and SDOTY.


Breeze, born 2014 - just starting to find her paws in the ring, making her first 3 championship finals in 2017 and taking reserve Scottish Dog of the Year.


Ted, born 2014 – well we all have a midlife crisis? Note to self we need 3 years between dogs! Wow the boy has drive, but brakes are an optional extra. Prior to his third birthday he made senior Olympia semi final and SDOTY final on his first grade 6 run.


Pip born 2017 - foundations, socialisation and fun, plenty of time to enjoy.