Rally

AKC Competition

AKC Competition Rally

Description: This class is designed to give you and your dog a fun way to practice and polish basic obedience skills as you and your dog work through a course of written signs that require precision and teamwork. This 6-week course will introduce you to the signs, show you how to time treat delivery to build drive and confidence in your dog and teach you the skills needed to successfully compete in this fun Rally AKC competition events. A great way to build obedience skills and a closer relationship with your canine companion!

Requirements: Completion of Beginning Companion Dog (obedience & manners) class

Length: 6 weeks

Cost: $85

Time: Fridays, 3:00 pm

Instructor: Jennifer Sanders (719) 659-3439

2017 Beginning Dates:  January 13, March 10, May 5, July 14, September 8

Location: Ernie Howlett Park (flat area near the horse barns), 25851 Hawthorne Blvd., Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 (map).

 

Registration: Sign up via mail through the City of Rolling Hills Estates. Mail registration form (from current newsletter) and payment to: City of Rolling Hills Estates, Attn:Recreation, 4045 Palos Verdes Drive North, Rolling Hills Estates, CA  90274 

 

 



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What to Bring

  • Receipt from park for proof of payment.
  • A proof of vaccinations in the form of your most recent vet receipt or a printout stating type and date of the vaccine the dog has been given. All adult dogs must have distemper and parvo and meet rabies requirements. Puppies need to have started and be up to date on the immunization process. Rabies is not required for very young puppies.
  • A well fitting collar and a 4’ to 6’ leather or nylon leash with nothing attached. No retractable or flexi leashes.
  • Bring lots of tiny treats to train your dog with. Make sure that your dog is hungry and that he loves the treats. Cheese, hot dogs, chicken, etc. work well.