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.

CLASSES OFFERED – Sept 2021

PUPPY – For Puppies 12 weeks to under five 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. 
Class will start on Tuesday, September 14th – October 19th, 2021.   6:15pm to 7:00pm.  Cost is $100.00 including gst.  Contact is ribbon2sweet@gmail.com
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 Vaccinations are required.  Classes is usually EIGHT Weeks in duration. 
**Class will start on Sunday, September 12th, 2021 at 1:00pm until 2:00pm.   Cost is $160 including gst for 8 weeks.  Instructor(s):  Mavis Anderson & Lavella Shaw
Contact is l.shaw@sasktel.net
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**Possible Future Day, Weekend or Evening Classes
PERFORMANCE SKILLS &/or NOVICE OBEDIENCE  this class is targeted at dogs and handlers who will participate in CKC Competitive Obedience and/or Rally Obedience in future.  Basic Obedience – puppy or beginner class – is required.   Instructor(s) will work with dogs who are honing their skills for trials in Obedience (PCD & CD titles) and basic skills that are required for Obedience and Rally – examples are Fronts, Finishes, Power Starts for Heeling, Sit/Stand Examinations, Sit and Down Stays, Informal and Formal Recalls, fine tuning handling skills and basic heeling around cones, objects and focus working around others.  Up-to-Date Vaccinations are required.   This class runs for approximately SIX weeks (depends on time frame for instructors) but will not run throughout the year, only when available instructors, building availability and/or five or more students. 

 

 

COMPETITIVE OBEDIENCEOPEN & UTILITY – at this time we do not have a formal class(es) but have members training young dogs towards these levels.    These classes may be offered if there is more interest than three handler/dog teams.   Must be Novice Trial Ready or obtained Novice Titles on current dog, OR previously trained dogs to Utility levels and are working multiple levels at one time.   Please inquire if interested to ribbon2sweet@gmail.com   

Space and time would need to be arranged if enough interest is shown.  Up-to-Date vaccinations will be required as per CKC rules.

SKOC Instructor(s) has/have trained multiple dogs from Obedience Trial Championships, Obedience Trial Champion Excellent to Master Obedience Trial Championships with multiple High In Trials and  trialed to Rally Master titles

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CONTACT FOR CLASS INFO:   
Please contact ONE of the following 
 
FOR COMPETITIVE OBEDIENCE INQUIRIES ONLY (Novice thru Utility) OR PERFORMANCE SKILLS CLASSES:   ribbon2sweet@gmail.com
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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.