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Competition Obedience Dog Training
Competition Obedience Dog Training
Prodogz Dog Training is proud to offer a competitive dog training class. Whether you are working towards your Rally title, CD, Open or Utility title you are invited to join us. Competitive obedience is a fun, engaging and intuitive activity to do with your dog.
Is competitive obedience for me? Competitive obedience is based on high engagement, precision and dedication that goes beyond basic obedience. This style of training can be very rewarding but also requires a deeper level of commitment.
Do I have to have a purebred dog? No, all breeds and mixed breeds are welcome to do competitive obedience. Your dog does not have to be registered with the AKC, in fact many rescue dogs do very well with competitive obedience.
Requirements: Handlers are required to have some dog training experience, whether that be a passed client of Prodogz or another obedience school. Handlers are required to have some experience. Class is an ongoing class, meaning it never starts and never ends on certain dates, it goes all year long. Due to the intensity of the training class size is restricted to no more than a handful of handlers and dogs.
What will be the focus? Simply put, each person that comes to the class will be working on behaviors in order to obtain their designated title that they are working towards. Whether you need assistance in one particular area like “heeling” or “fronts” are you need assistance with an entire routine, you are welcome to join us. This class is geared towards helping you the handler and your dog ready for the title that you are pursuing.
Cost: There is a flat fee of $20 for each time you come. Classes can be prepaid if more convenient. Where: Classes are held in White city kitty corner from Coastal and Burger King. Time: Class officially starts at every Wednesday at 5 PM and goes till 7 PM. Handlers are requested to come no later than 6 PM. Items to bring: My training is based on positive reinforcement. This means handlers are required to bring plenty of training bait, their dog's favorite toy and anything else that helps engage their dog. A list of suggested items can be given upon request. If you are interested in signing up or have any questions please call Jason Lake today at 541-608-2857.
We cover the exercises needed for the Competition Obedience CD (Companion Dog). Heel on Leash; Figure Eight;Stand for Exam; Heel off Leash; Recall/Finish; Long Sits and Downs. Also included are the beginning stages of the Open exercises and some Utility exercises. This class is offered for students that have a basic grasp of the Novice Exercises and would follow the Beginner Novice Level Class.
This class teaches your dog to respond to the basic, beginning exercises (as needed for Competition) on the FIRST COMMAND. There is a strong emphasis on Focused Attention Heeling—your dog learns to give you 100% attention. This is for puppies and adult dogs.
Some dogs in this class may already have their Novice Title or one or two legs toward their CD, but may have also started some of the Open exercises. We will continue to work on some of the Novice exercises but with a stronger emphasis on the exercises required for the Open/CDX (Companion Dog Excellent) Title: Heel off Leash; Figure Eight; Drop on Recall; Retrieve on Flat; Retrieve over the High Jump; Out of Sight Long Sits and Downs. Time will also be spent on beginning the Utility exercises.
We will work on all the exercises needed for earning the UD (Utility Dog) Title: Signal Exercise; Directed Jumping; Scent Discrimination; Moving Stand; Directed Retrieve. Time is also spent keeping up with the Open exercises and of course, the focused attention heeling.
AKC Rules and Regulations RulebookPrerequisites: For dogs 6 months and up.
Duration: As long as needed
Days: Every Wednesday
Times: 5pm - 7pm
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