Andrea Shelenko and Whitepoint’s Pippa Serendipity “Pippa” June/12 North York Obedience Club First leg Rally Novice – 2nd in Class Second leg Rally Novice – High In Class Congratulations to this amazing team. Pippa is under a year of age and this was her first time in a trial situation. They have a lot to(…)
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Susan O’Marra and CH Fieldday First Star Dream CD RA “Star” March/12 Credit Valley Kennel and Obedience Club Judge: Cheryl Bishop First leg Novice A – High In Class March/12 Credit Valley Kennel and Obedience Club Judge: Paul Oslach Second leg Novice A – 2nd in class May/12 Caledon Kennel Association Judge: Peter Stewart New(…)
Kelly Amos and UCD URO1 CH TCJ’s Spirit of Spotted Wondr Am/CanCD AM/CanRN CGC CGN VC “Sprite” Kelly Amos and Can/Am/UKC CH URO1 Spotted Wondr’s Hansom Legend CGN AmRN Can/Am AOM “Kaos” June/12 New American Rally Novice April/12 New UKC URO1 (United Kennel Club Rally Novice) Two more examples of our older companions achieving great(…)
Robert’s love of dogs was apparent at a very young age, when his favorite game was walking around the house using a pillow as his puppy and his Dad’s belt as a leash and collar. Later, he could be found on the sidewalk outside his home training the family’s Sheltie, along with his neighbour’s dog,(…)
Linda approaches her instructing from a background based on both hands on and educational training. At the age of 9, she trained her first Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Linda competed with her second Pembroke Welsh Corgi in Ontario and the United States as a Junior Handler and completed several titles. Linda graduated from the University of(…)
Get in on this fast growing sport that will challenge you and your dog while enhancing basic obedience skills. Two obedience levels are recommended before enrolling.
An introduction to retrieving and formal obedience jumps. Continued work on heeling on and off leash Break down of the drop on recall exercise. Maintaining fast fun recalls. Out of sight stays. training games Further advanced courses are available, please inquire.
Distractions will be added to all exercises. Learn new skills to improve your dog’s focus in all basic exercises. Additional jumps will be introduced. Teach your dog a command to touch – this can now be used to target your dog while heeling and to expand his trick repertoire. Each week you will be challenged(…)
This course will build on the foundation formed in Level One and add distractions to such basic exercises as stay and come. Heeling exercises will become more detailed. Training games . Leash free will be introduced. Out of sight stays will be started in a manner that will boost your dog’s confidence. A stand command(…)
An eight week course designed for puppies 12 weeks and older. This course provides the foundation for owners to have a well behaved family pet. Your puppy will start learning with you in week one and attend all eight weeks. Exercises will include sit, down, come when called, leash respect, stay, and basic attention.(…)