Fusion: Fusion class is a fun and exciting mix of different performance sports. Each week we concentrate on a different area. The topics covered include, Obedience, Rally, Agility, and the Canine Good Neighbour. This is a great upbeat class for those of you who want to continue doing something fun with your dog. Dogs must have completed an intermediate level of obedience, and have good off leash control. .
Rally: Rally Obedience (also known as Rally, or Rally-O, is a dog sport based on obedience. Unlike regular obedience, the competitors proceed around a course of designated stations with the dog in heel position. The course consists of 10-20 signs that instruct the team what to do. Its a fun and interactive way to work your dog through various exercises, ranging from heeling, side steps, moving downs, recalls, and many more. Rally obedience competitions are open to both purebred and mixed breed dogs in both CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) and CARO (Canadian Association of Rally Obedience) competitions. The course will teach the various exercises and components that go into completing a rally course, and prepare you for competition if you choose. The class is open to all dogs who have completed a basic level of obedience.
STARTING MONDAY FEBRUARY 25, 6:00PM IN LANGLEY (EXCELLENT/MASTERS)
STARTING MONDAY FEBRUARY 25, 7:00PM IN LANGLEY (ADVANCED)
STARTING MONDAY MARCH 11, 8:00PM IN LANGLEY (NOVICE)
STARTING THURSDAY JANUARY 31, 6:00PM IN VANCOUVER (EXCELLENT/MASTERS)
STARTING THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 7:00PM IN VANCOUVER (NOVICE/ADVANCED)
STARTING THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 8:00PM IN VANCOUVER (NOVICE)
CGN (Canine Good Neighbour): This CGN class will prepare you to take the Canine Good Neighbour Test. The purpose of the CGN test is to ensure that your dog is accepted as a valued member of society. CGN training is fun, rewarding and useful, as it shows your dog can be relied upon to present good manners at home, in public places, and in the presence of other dogs. The CGN test assesses the handler and dogs relationship together with the handlers ability to control the dog. Dogs are evaluated on their ability to demonstrate good manners in everyday situations. This class is taught by a accredited CGN evaluator, and is open to all dogs who have completed a basic level of obedience. Please call for more information on start dates.