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DogFlow Arena

Dog-related and other events,

competitions, trainings

in a professional environment

+36 30 391 1020

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DogFlow Arena is dog sport hall in Hungary near Budapest, which was inspired by our passion for dogs and dog sports. In 2019, we had a vision of an indoor arena with artificial turf - and 2 years later this dream came through by opening the Dog Flow Arena in September 2021. Our goal was to offer a high-quality place both for hobby dogs and competitors that serves their needs and where everything is designed according to the highest standards. In addition to agility and other dog sports and competitions, we host countless events, competitions, training sessions and exhibitions.



Venue for exhibitions, various events

The 1,200 sq. meter large indoor venue with artificial grass is available for one-day or longer events. The venue comes with canteen, toilets, showers, camping possibilities and rooms for overnight stay.

Course rental

The course can be used for dog sports training, individual or group sessions, on high-class artificial grass or on an outdoor grass field, with agility obstacles if required.


For humane functional training, with rubber covering and equipment (hand dumbbells, kettlebell, balls, power-band, battle-rope, pull-up stand, bench, etc.)

Equipment and pet food store


Everything a happy dog needs: treats, premium food, nutritional supplements, leashes, collars, harnesses, toys, etc.


Four dog-friendly. rooms, each with double-beds, private bathroom.

Training room

It is suitable for conducting presentations, lectures for small-group (max. 20-22 people), with a projector, flipchart, canteen, and other equipments upon request.



Ágnes Ács-Kövesi

Agility competitor and trainer for more than 20 years. Based on her results at competitions, she is one the most well-known and acknowledged member of domestic and international agility previously in the medium category, recently in large category. Regularly qualifies herself to the national team of European Open (EO) and FCI World Championship (AWC). She was ranked 5th in the 2022 AWC Individual Agility.

Júlia Füzi

She has been an agility competitor and coach for more than 20 years, and is a regular European Open (EO) and FCI World Championship (AWC) team member. National champion in 2017 and 2020. Her most remarkable achievement is the team's second place at the 2016 FCI World Championship (AWC) and the individual overall 12th place at the 2017 FCI World Championship. 

Adrienne Juhász

Since 2019, she has been pursuing hoopers as a competitor, trainer and judge. She obtained her training qualification in England, and since then she has been systematically teaching hoopers for beginner and advanced teams of any age.

Vera Nagy

She has been involved in dog sports since 2003. She also works as a dog trainer (agility, obedience, therapy), holds agility trainings and seminars both at home and abroad. She has been an FCI agility judge since 2015, and since 2016 she has been coaching a Finnish dog training system, callled OMD (OneMind Dogs).  ​She was a member of the Hungarian Agility Sports Committee for eleven years and captain of the Hungarian Agility National Team between 2010 and 2022.

Eszter Számfira

She has been into agility since 2001, and has also been teaching agility since 2018, now in full-time. The point of her teaching method is finding and maintaining the dog's physical and mental health, and she places great emphasis on finding the right teaching methods and the right difficulty level for each team. 

Tamás Tráj

International agility judge, competitor, coach. Regular Hungarian National Team member with, Junior European Open (JEO), European Open (EO), FCI World Championship (AWC) team member, including two podium places (team EO 2017, individual EO 2018). He is a well-known and recognized agility sportsman all over the world. EO judge in 2014, AWC judge in 2016. He has been dealing with agility for more than 20 years, his name is well known and recognized all over the world.

Viola Veres

She looks back on decades of agility history, competitor, FCI judge, trainer. In the beginning, she held training sessions around Gyula (South-East part of Hungary), and in recent years in Budapest. With her honest, straightforward and friendly style, she helps beginners and pros learn the basics of agility and develop their skills.



DogFlow Arena  |   +36 30 391 1020

Futrinka str. 7.

2092 Budakeszi


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