Performance Dog Seminars with Kory Kaye
Here is a list of what will be offered in the next sessions for obedience classes. Look at individual class descriptions to find class requirements, times offered and class fees.
Next class starting May 7, 2015
Class Description: Is your dog easily distracted, unable to work off lead around other dogs, have difficulty concentrating, unable to control their impulses when excited?
Your child and their dog are invited to join us for TCOTC’s summer camp--Cool Kids and Hot Dogs! During the four afternoons, we will be honing dog obedience skills and teaching fun tricks. Teams will also learn some Dog Sport basics like Disc & Agility, as well as some dog science, like how our dogs see colors and the power of their incredible noses. Guest speakers include dog professionals and dog sports enthusiasts. There will be take home crafts, journal writing, and a camp binder with handouts to practice the activities the rest of the summer.
New Ring Confidence classes starting May 5th.
$80 for 6 weeks.
Open to dogs and handlers who are thinking about competing or for those already competing who need work on increased confidence and/or focus. This class will be geared toward obedience and rally work but the setup is applicable for agility as well.
Limited to 6 dogs in each class. Pick from 5:50 or 7 pm on Tuesday nights.
Instructor - Laura Waudby
TCOTC will be hosting an agility Trial Friday May 8 - Sunday May 10th. There will be Standard, Jumpers with Weaves, Time 2 Beat, and International Style Courses.
**New at this trial: Two days of Premier demos (judging at these demos does NOT count towards titles or legs). Information about the Premier class demos is included in the premium.
Entries open: Wednesday, March 18 at 8am
Draw closes: Wednesday, April 1 at 5 pm
Final closing: Wednesday, April 22 at 5pm
Judge: Jean Munger
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Date to be announced
All members welcome - $5 per dog.
Run thru a maze, play tic tac toe with your dog, have your dog find the treat in the right box. Lots of fun games to use up some of that extra energy in your dog.
For new students wishing to begin training at advanced levels: Obtain an obedience skills evaluation. Obedience evaluations are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 6:30pm-8:00pm. Evaluations are held on a first come, first served basis. No appointment needed.
Puppy Basic Training is a 7 week beginning obedience class for puppies aged 12 weeks to 10 months. Using positive reinforcement to reward the puppy for the behavior we want, we teach the skills of sit, down, loose leash walking, release, impulse control, come, going to a mat or place, body handling, and handler focus. Training questions will focus on the developing adolescent puppy rather than training an adult dog.