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DSK offers training in competitive agility, obedience, and rally, and regularly hosts obedience and agility trials. We are proud to have hosted the Greater St. Louis Shetland Sheepdog Club specialty show, Mound City Obedience Training Club obedience and rally trials, and Canine Performance Events (CPE) and Teacup Dogs Agility Association (TDAA) agility trials.



The DSK facility is available to rent for Specialties, Fun Matches, Show 'N Go's, obedience and rally trials, and other dog activities. The agility building and obedience and agility rooms can be rented separately, or the facility can be rented as a whole.

If you love your dog and crave more action, speed, and competition – or you want a place to do obedience or agility using modern equipment in a comfortable, healthy environment – then Dog Sports at Kim's is the right training facility for you!

About our facility

Dog Sports at Kim's is a huge state-of-the-art training complex designed specifically for dog sports. We are one of the largest dog sports centers in the St. Louis metropolitan area, boasting 20,000 square feet of indoor, climate-controlled rings for agility and obedience. All rings are outfitted with rugged, professional-grade equipment and the newest running surface, RB Rubber Matting.


Adjacent to the buildings is a fully equipped, fenced, lighted outdoor agility ring and fenced exercise field. The outdoor ring is invaluable, as dogs trained exclusively indoors may have trouble focusing in outdoor trials, where smells, sights, and noises provide potent distractions.

It’s crucial for dogs to practice in a place that approximates competition conditions, and our complex meets that challenge. In addition to the full-size, 12,000-square-foot agility building, DSK has a 3,600-square-foot obedience room and a second indoor agility room measuring 5,400 square feet. The facility has four indoor restrooms and two kitchen areas.

Dog Sports at Kim's was featured in an Ameren ad campaign spotlighing our energy-efficient and eco-friendly practices. Click here to read about it! 

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