Puppy class is designed to be a safe and fun environment that allows your puppy to grow, gain self-confidence, and meet other puppies from different breeds. During these classes, our focus will be on creating a strong bond between the puppy and the owner, building confidence both in self and in the team, and learning different ways you can build or change your dog’s behavior to fit your needs while taking his needs into account as well.
Saturdays from 11:00 to 12:00 (bilingual class with Jessica, René, Vince)
Exercises become more defined: we will work on the basic obedience skills you need for the everyday, from loose leash walking to leaving something be, from positions to recall, all the while remaining in a fun and relaxed atmosphere and working through diversified exercises. Fun is essential to us as a means to boost motivation for you as well as for your dog.
Saturdays from 10:00 to 11:00 (bilingual class with Jessica, René, Vince)
Tuesdays from 11:00 to 12:00 (mainly French speaking with Jessica, René)
For the 2- and 4-legged sport lovers, Agility is the prime K-9 sport. The dog, lead by his handler, runs a course made of obstacles that are to be conquered in a specific order. Through this string of jumps, tunnels, and clearing obstacles, the team demonstrates its skill and complicity. This sport is open to all, some will do it for fun and not “take it too seriously”, others will aim for competition, but we’ll always work in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Puppies can start discovering different obstacles at 6 months old (baby-agility), dogs starting 14 months can start jumping and handling a full course (jump heights restricted until 18 monts)
Saturdays from 14:00 to 15:30 (bilingual class with René, Vince)
Tuesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 (mainly French speaking with René)
Fun Obedience and Canine Sports
For those who want to take precision, challenges or just fun a bit further, we are offering a combined class this winter that will allow you to discover different canine sports/activities: Trick-Dogging, Dog-Dancing, Rally Obedience and Nose Games. In the spring this course will then split into different workshops according to wants and interests.
Trick-Dogging is made for the clowns, the show-offs, and those who are just looking for a bit of fun and laughter. From giving paw, begging, spinning, or slaloming through your legs, to putting his toys away, turning on the light, or taking off your socks and bringing your slippers, it’s an activity centered on smiles and laughter,.
Dog-Dancing is for the artistic tricksters among us, the idea is putting obedience and trick-dogging figures on a musical background and building a choreography to present them.
Rally Obedience is a K-9 sport where one follows a course made up of different exercises requiring attention, precision work, and concentration.
Nose Games give you ways to entertain, stimulate and channel your furries by teaching him to use his nose to find, follow, or distinguish scents. Did you know that his nose is about 100 mio times better than ours at differentiating scents?
All these activities are accessible to dogs and owners of all ages and skill levels 🙂
Saturdays from 16:00 to 17:00 (bilingual class with Jessica and Vince)