We follow the City of Minot Breed Restrictions Ordinance. All classes are 8 weeks in length and cost $80.00.
Classes are on a first come basis and are taught be knowledgeable volunteers.
To register for class, fill out the registration form and mail with a $25 deposit. Registrations that come in without deposit are not valid. Documentation of vaccination is required, to be shown first day of class.
For puppies 12 weeks to 6 months.
Focuses on building a healthy, successful relationship with your dog, introduces you puppy to appropriate behavior towards
you, other people, and other dogs. Basic commands will be taught.
For dogs 6 months and older
An introduction to basic obedience: includes walking on a loose lead, recalls, sit/sit stay, down/down stays, waits along with
Completion of obedience course or Canine Good Citizen Certification required for Agility Classes.
Level 1: Focuses on developing a relationship with your dog and becoming a team. Introduction to handling skills taught without obstacles. Introduction to some agility obstacles, basicly floor work.
Level 2: Focuses on increasing the dog and handler's proficiency, introduction to all the equipment, A frame, dog walk, jumps etc.
Completing a three to five obstacle course.
Level 3: Focuses on increasing the dog and handler's proficiency on the agilty equipment. Completing crosses, dog working ahead of the handler and coming into the handler while running a sequence. Completing a five to six obstacle course.
Level 4: Focus on proofing contact obstacle performance, handling angled entrances to tunnels and increasing jump heights working toward regulation height for size/breed of dog.
Level 5: Focuses on becoming more proficient with handling and obstacle performance. Introduction to serpentines and other complex handling. Contiue distance training and handling maneuvers: front cross, rear cross, go on and come/here. Completing a 15-obstacle course.
Level 6: Focuses on becoming proficient with handling and obstacle performance. Running through 12 weave poles without guides. Continue distance training and handling maneuvers: front cross, rear cross, go on and come/here.
Completing a 20-obstacle course.
Post Advance: Offered Tuesday nites to continue working on our skills.