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We offer Domestic Obedience classes which are held in Cambridge.
Following the school term, we have 4 intakes a year, and each class runs for 8 weeks. Domestic Obedience classes are $100 for the 8 weeks. Dogs are required to be registered and vaccinated.
Some of the things covered during the 8 weeks:
- Relationship building between you and your dog
- Loose lead walking
- Meeting & Greeting
- Basic manners
- Any questions you may have or issues you might be struggling with
We offer this class in Cambridge (numbers pending). Following the school term, we have 4 intakes a year, and each class runs for 9-10 weeks. Foundation Agility classes are $100 for the 9-10 weeks. Dogs are required to be registered and vaccinated.
Some of the things covered during the 9-10 weeks:
- Continuation of exercises/games learnt in Domestic Obedience
- Flatwork foundation agility
- Domestic Obedience
- Clicker training
- Basic tricks
All dogs must have attended a basic domestic obedience class before they can attend this class.
Agility classes are held on Tuesday nights. We welcome new members who would like to try out agility to come along and give it a go.
Open to dogs from 12 months, previous “domestic obedience” and “foundation” class attendance recommended and preferred.
For dogs over 18 months with adequate control off lead, able to complete small sequences (6-8 obstacles) off lead and under control, able to complete 6 weaves and all other starters obstacles to one level below competition height.
For dogs over 18 months with good control off lead, able to complete full length novice level course (15-18 obstacles) at full height including dog walk, a frame and 12 weaves.
Dogs competing at Intermediate level or higher at shows or at the committees discretion if a member has a clash due to teaching commitments of another class for the club.
NOTE: All the above are at the discretion of the instructor(s)
For videos of some of our members doing agility, see our video page.
If you have a ball crazy dog – then this is for you!