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scent hurdle racing

Specialty Classes

Flyball

Start Date: 

                    Saturday, July 6 at 1:00pm Level 1/2 split class                

                    Saturday, July 6 at 2:30pm Level 1/2 split class! FULL

                  

 

$170+tax for four weeks 

Flyball is a relay race run at top speed with four dogs to a team. The first dog on the team runs down a line of four jumps, triggers a box to release a ball, the dog catches the ball and then runs back down the line of jumps to the start. The next dog on the team then runs the sequence until all four dogs have completed the race. The fastest team wins.

 

This class is for all levels. Dogs that have never played the sport before or those that have completed flyball classes can all attend.

 

Dogs should have basic obedience skills and have no reactivity or aggression issues towards dogs or people to attend.

 

 

 

Flyball Level 2

Start Date:  

                   TBA

 

$170+tax for four weeks 

For dogs that have completed the level 1 class and have instructor permission to move to level 2.

Start Date:

                   TBA

                   

Class locations will vary to allow for a variety of parkour challenges. Most will be in SE Calgary. Locations will be emailed out to participants.

single session classes                          

$35+tax for an hour

Dog parkour combines elements of human parkour and dog agility to create an accessible activity for dogs and humans alike. Dogs get introduced to the world of jumping, climbing, balancing over, crawling under, and going around different obstacles in their everyday world. Dog parkour helps with confidence and overcoming fears, and it is a low impact but challenging activity for any canine.


The single session classes are for dogs of all ages and levels. We will be following the International Dog Parkour Association guidelines and practises.  Students can work towards acquiring titles through the IDPA.


A harness is a required to participate in these sessions as recommended by the IDPA.

     


Try It All!

Start Date:

                   TBA

                                    

$170+tax for four weeks

Are you wondering what sport your dog would like best? The Try It All! class is a great opportunity to sample a variety of dog sports. Each week will feature a different sport for you and your canine partner to try. Sports include Agility, Scent Detection, Rally Obedience and Flyball/Scent Hurdle racing.

     

Start Date:

                   Monday, June 24 at 4:45pm (no class July 1)

 

$170+tax for four weeks 

Trick training is a great way to bond with your dog, keep them mentally stimulated and have a ton of fun together! 

Tricks included in the course are spin, play dead, bow, say your prayers, orbit around handler, jump through/over arms, wave, sit pretty, high five/ten, crawl, dog catch (jump into arms), roll over, backup and so much more! Tricks can be requested by students. So if you have a specific trick you want to teach your dog, our instructor would be happy to help you. Tricks taught in class can be used to attain trick titles through Do More With Your Dog and the CKC!

 

Advanced K9 Tricks

Start Date: 

                   TBA

                  

$170+tax for four weeks 

Take your trick training further with the advanced K9 tricks class.   


Get In The Game Level 1

Start Date: 

                  TBA

                                        

$170+tax for four weeks

A cooperative relationship between a dog and handler are paramount to future success in any dog sport. Does your dog have problems with distractions? Do you envy those handlers who’s dog’s look to them for “what’s next” but instead feel like your dog is thinking “what’s my next opportunity to check out what yummy smells there are in the environment?”

     Skills you’ll learn in this class include food and toy control games, impulse control and release words, start line behaviour, teaching your dog to actively engage with you in any environment and more. Not only are these skills helpful for a cooperative working relationship for any dog sport, they aid in impulse control when teaching agility contacts, Rally-O or Obedience stays, and more.

This class is suitable for dogs/puppies as young as 12 weeks old.

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