Dog Training Classes - Rally-O

By: NYOC Dog Training  15-02-2012
Keywords: dog obedience, dog obedience training, Dog Training Classes

Our Rally-O Class is an exciting way for you and your dog to learn to work effectively as a team while refining and enhancing what you have learned in previous classes. In Rally-O, you and your dog negotiate a course consisting of signs that instruct you to do anything from a sit and stay to weaving through pylons, or even performing a figure-eight exercise while your dog has to ignore strategically placed food bowls! The course is different each time so it is always new and challenging. You and your dog will have so much fun you might even want to enter our Rally-O trial in June! Each week, the course lay-out will change. We will review exercises, introduce new ones and give you tips on how to develop your dog handling skills. Some of the exercises you’ll encounter include: Sit, down, stay, walk around your dog Pivot, figure eight, spiral Come, heel slow, normal, fast, finish left and right Turns of 90, 180, 270 and 360 left and right Pace changes, forwards, backing up Jumps in the advanced and excellent classes * Prerequisite: successful completion of Beginners II

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