--Rally Advanced and Novice combined
Begins Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. Register!
(Ends 2/8/14. No class on 12/21/13, 1/11, 1/25,
This class is held indoors. The classes are an hour a week for 6 sessions.
does a mixed-skill class work?
In this class, by offering a choice of Novice and Advanced exercises at many stations, students of all levels will learn, improve and have fun!
Rally-O (also know as Rally Obedience) emphasizes fun and excitement for the dog/handler team while providing an interactive approach
to obedience. Rally is about the most fun you can have doing obedience exercises
with your dog! The exercises involved in the course will help
build your skills as a handler and increase your dog's repertoire
of behaviors. Praise, encouragement, and continuous communication
are encouraged in this fun sport. We encourage novices new to
the sport to sign up (your dog should be responsive and know
basic obedience to begin learning Rally) as well as those that
have practiced the novice movements and are ready to move on
to new challenges.
is also a great sport for anyone doing Agility with their dog
as well. It helps create a better working relationship and partnership
and your dog learns to look to you for direction.
Prerequisites for class:
-For any Rally class, your dog must be good
around other dogs and people.
-To begin the Rally class, ideally you and your dog should complete Focus Foundation or a similar obedience class. If home-trained, your dog must have a good sit and down, be able to walk calmly on a loose leash at your side, and give you attention around other dogs and people.
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Instructor- Robin Billings
Course fee: $140.00
Drop ins are availalbe if there is room in class. The fee is $28 per session.