Classes

SKOC is only accepting a maximum of eight (8) participants in each class and is therefore unable to offer refunds should participants decide to withdraw after first class and spot cannot be filled.

Due to extremely long waiting lists in the past and different classes being offered in different quarterly sessions, names will not be kept on waiting lists, except for cancellation in a session.

PUPPY – For Puppies 12 weeks to under six months.  Two sets of vaccinations are required.
An introduction to basic obedience for the new puppy and owner.  The class focuses on reinforcement using praise, treats or toys in a safe socially-controlled environment. Instructors will help you teach your puppy to focus on you, heeling on leash, greeting stranger, manners going in/out the door or taking a treat.   We will also teach stand, down and sit which is important for grooming, vet visits and is also a great introduction into basic obedience required for home or performance venues.  Puppies must have two sets of vaccinations.   Class will be SIX in duration. 
April – Classes are FULL
Contact is l.shaw@sasktel.net
BEGINNER – Six Months and Over.  A class for dogs with limited obedience skills. The exercises taught are those required for a Pre-Novice Level determined by the Canadian Kennel Club guidelines. All training is done on leash and includes basic Heeling, Sit for Examination, Recalls and Sit/Down Stays.   Up-to-date dog Vaccinations are required.  Classes is usually EIGHT Weeks in duration. 
April Classes are FULL
Contact is l.shaw@sasktel.net
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Space will be limited and applications will be considered by instructor for registration.  Only those with plans in CKC Obedience Events will be considered.

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In the case of inclement weather, class cancellations may be announced  on our Facebook page when time allows or contact your instructor.   Classes will be rescheduled.

 

The SKOC will serve its membership and the community at large by giving support, understanding, help and guidance in all their canine-related endeavors.