Intermediate Obedience

The K-9 Clinic’s obedience series is a four-level, four-week program that emphasizes socialization and handler control. Obedience classes are the foundation for all specialty training and will cover heeling, sitting, recalling and staying down with major distractions. The goal of the obedience program is for the handler to have control of his or her dog while performing off-leash work. If you have questions about which class to join, please contact us at the clinic.

dogs-n-people1The Intermediate Obedience Class is the progression from Basic Obedience and builds upon the techniques and skills learned there. Held in four-week sessions, class begins with off-leash control with each subsequent week building on the prior week’s topics. Intermediate Obedience classes are held on Saturdays at 11:00AM. Dog and handler must complete the Basic Obedience class or evaluated by a K-9 Clinic Trainer before graduating to this level. For all questions regarding what is required, what topics are covered, fees, etc, please contact the K-9 Clinic. See the K-9 clinic calendar for upcoming classes.

 

 

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