Training Times:
9:00am to 9:45am
(alternate week to inductions)

Classes 1-3:  
9:00am to 9:45am

Classes 4-6:  
10:00am to 10:45am

Ring Practice for Class 6 & 7:
On demand as required

Please be prompt for the start of your class.

Please see Bill Gilmour or Joe Cimino for more information
  Obedience Training 

Obedience training usually refers to the training of a dog and the term is most commonly used in that context. Obedience training ranges from very basic training, such as teaching the dog to reliably respond to basic commands such as "sit", "down", "come", and "stay", to high level competition within clubs such as Dogs Victoria (VCA) and Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC) where additional commands, accuracy and performance are scored and judged.

Obedience implies compliance with the direction or command given by the handler. For a dog to be considered obedient rather than simply trained in obedience, it must respond reliably each time its handler gives a command.

Obedience training is often a prerequisite for or component of other training.

The actual training of the dog can be done by anyone, the trainer, owner, or a friend. Typically the individual who is caring for and living with the dog participates and trains the dog, as they will be the one who will be giving the commands. The relationship and trust between the dog and handler are important for success.