Obedience

 

 

At In-Sync Dog Training, we believe that training is the best way to create a happy and confident dog who understands what is expected of him.

 

 

TRAINING SHOULD BEGIN AS SOON AS YOUR NEW DOG ARRIVES IN YOUR HOME.

 

 

 

Every moment spent with your dog,

you are training them

 

 

REMEMBER IT IS YOUR JOB TO BE YOUR DOG’S “GUIDE TO PROPER ETIQUETTE” WHEN LIVING IN A HUMAN’S WORLD AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE GIVEN YOUR DOG THE SKILLS AND GUIDANCE TO HELP HIM BECOME A FABULOUS COMPANION ANIMAL.

Perhaps you have not had a chance to attend a puppy class or you have adopted an older dog. This foundations level obedience class is for dogs six months or older. It is designed to help you instil the basic commands you will need to communicate with your dog and help him understand the rules of your home. Topics covered include: name response, sit, down, stay, off , focus and teaching your dog to wait for a release. We also cover loose lead walking, impulse control and settle on a mat. All exercises are progressive and skills are built from the first class to the last. If you and your dog have not participated in a group class before or if you are finding that your adolescent puppy is not as co-operative as you would like, this is the class for you.

Class Dates

(Classes will run on the same day and time every week and no classes on stat holidays)

 

Upcoming Classes
 

Friday
 
May 3 – June 7: 6:45-7:45PM (No Class March 29)
 
April 12 – May 17: 8:00-9:00PM
 

Saturday

April 13 – May 18: 4:15-5:15PM

 
 
Classes In-Progress 
 
Monday
 
April 1 – May 6 : 6:45-7:45PM
  
Wednesday
 

April 17 – May 22: 8:15-9:15PM

Friday

March 8  – April 26: 6:45-7:45PM 
 
April 12 – May 17: 8:00-9:00PM
 

Saturday

April 13 – May 18: 4:15-5:15PM

 

Basic Obedience Level 2 is for dogs who have completed our Basic Obedience. This class will take your skills to the next level by challenging and proofing your existing skills as well as focusing on some new skills such as door dashing, heeling, greeting guests and relationship building games. This course will also be flexible to work through each dogs individual needs to ensure your challenges are addressed. Dogs who have attended classes elsewhere will need the following prerequisites before registering for this class. These include name recognition, sit, down, stay, hand target, focus, settle on a mat/bed, loose leash walking foundation, as well as a recall cue.

Class Dates

(Classes will run on the same day and time each week and no classes on stat holidays)
 

Upcoming Classes


 April 22 – June 3: 5:30-6:30PM (Open) (No Class May 20)
 
 
Classes In-Progress

Monday
 
February 26 -April 15 : 5:30-6:30PM