The evaluation is a meeting by appointment to which the teacher and owners with their dog must be present. During this meeting we will target your expectations and needs for your dog and according to the capacity, temperament, behavior and skills of your dog, we will be able to establish with you the best educational program possible. Following this meeting we will tell you the number of meetings required as well as the duration of each meeting.
In School Evaluation
The courses offered
The purpose of the Obedience Course is to get the dog to obey quickly and effectively, on a leash, to the following commands: Sitting, Lying, Come, Rest, Stand, Walk. On the other hand, advanced obedience teaches the dog to respond accurately to the same commands, but without leash, in addition to responding to manual signals. This course allows you to exercise better control over the dog, both inside and outside the home.
Obedience/family Base I
The goal of this class is to get your dog to obey quickly and effectively on a leash through play, reward, motivation and hugs. Inside training (in the training room) and outside training (in real life).
- Walking (follow the pace of walking, slow, normal and fast).
- Turning (the dog goes around his master and goes back to the left)
- Half-turn (Left turn and/or right turn)
- Sit (on the side, when walking, in front)
- Come (when called)
- Stay (with distractions like dogs, ball, food)
- Lay down (on the side, in front or while walking), no jumping on people.
- Stand (on the side, in front), with other dogs, controlled when in the car, at the park, on the street.
Obediance/family Base II
Without a leach, inside the home
The purpose of this course is to get the dog to respond accurately to the commands with and without speech, which defines obedience to manual signals.
Base I prerequisite.
Canine psychology will allow you to know the reasons for dog behavior and its body language. You will then be able to correctly correct your dog’s behavior problems.
This part of the course will allow you to better understand the different behaviors such as dominant, nervous, hesitant, submissive, aggressive and all other behaviors.
Tracking is a discipline that will allow you to better understand the potential of the dog.
The research will introduce you to a new way of understanding the dog in his behavior. Any self-respecting coach must know this discipline. The methods we teach you have allowed many competitors to score with a very high score at provincial and North American competitions.
Detection involves showing the dog how to recognize certain substances such as drugs, food, explosives, firearms, etc.