Continuous learning creates a life long bond between
you and your K9 friend!
(4 week course) 8am
SATURDAY, October 24 followed by November 21st
Our Obedience Training Classes have been designed for pups that have completed our K9 Kindy course and for pups over 20 weeks who have not had any training. This course will teach you the techniques required to train your pup in basic obedience.
Behaviours taught include:
Manners when meeting & greeting people
Getting your dog’s attention and focus
Loose leash walking & Heeling
Increased control with distractions
WHERE: BROOME HIGH SCHOOL, Covered Canteen area
After Graduating from K9Manners, you can then register for our Specialty Classes.
FREE STYLE IS BACK- SATURDAY
Freestyle Training – 4 week Course
Designed for those who have done the basic obedience course and looking for more of a challenge for you and your dog.
This course is created to promote a positive relationship between the dog and its owner. The emphasis is on fun and excitement for the dog and handler. Skills taught are a combination of obedience and freestyle exercises based on the sport of Rally O, which is currently the fastest growing dog sport in the USA and Canada. It is fun with your dog and a bit of competition for you and your canine partner.
WILL YOUR DOG SIT AND WAIT FOR YOU, EVEN UNDER DISTRACTIONS??
Does he bolt through the door and out of the car at a blink of an eye?
THIS 2 WEEK COURSE IS DESIGNED TO HELP YOUR DOG STAY IN A POSITION UNTIL RELEASED
$80.00 PER DOG
FOCUS AND DISTRACTION 2 WEEK COURSE
OK, SO YOUR DOG IS PERFECT AT HOME, BUT….
DOES HE SUDDENLY BECOME DEAF WHEN HE IS OUT AND ABOUT, TOTALLY IGNORING YOU?
THIS IS THE CLASS FOR YOU
WHERE: Broome High School, Canteen area
COST: $80.00 per dog
Learn the skills to get your dog to focus on you and not the enviroment
LET’S GET INTO AGILITY
AGILITY COMPONENT #1
JUMPS AND TUNNELS
$40.00 PER DOG, SHORT LEASHES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THOSE WHO NEED THEM
CLOSED TOED SHOES FOR HANDLER IS A MUST
This course is designed to give you the tools and training techniques to make recalls a success, what to do when your dog doesn’t come, how to “save” your recall so that your dog doesn’t learn to ignore you and how to get your dog to come away from anyone or anything.
Where: BROOME HIGHSCHOOL, Canteen area
Contact us: email@example.com or Elaine firstname.lastname@example.org – 0408 425 093