DOG TRAINING OBEDIENCE CLASSES
Train your dog or puppy with one of Canada’s best dog obedience trainers. As a top national obedience competitor, Keltie R. Lang has the knowledge and experience to balance your dog’s attitude and drive with disciplined work ethic and handler respect. Happy dog, happy home!
Obedience classes classes with Keltie R. Lang will teach your puppy or dog how to be a calm, respectful, and happy member of your household. Through the 6 week program, you will learn the skills to read and handle your dog in distracting environments, both on and off leash. Walking nicely on leash, coming when called, maintaining sit, down, and stand positions, and acting responsibly around other dogs and people are just a few of the obedience skills your dog or puppy will learn.
In Puppy Kindergarten (puppies from 8 weeks to 4 months of age), we cover puppy obedience & manners, life with a new puppy, socialization exercises, and introduction to adult dog obedience. The focus of Beginner Obedience (dogs 5 months of age and older) is on walking nicely on leash, holding placement positions around distractions, and being respectful around other dogs and people. Dogs graduating from Beginner Obedience will have the skills required to pass the Canine Good Neighbour exam.
Training is done from a balanced perspective where the goal is to engage the dog’s mind. By engaging the dog's mind, they learn to listen and concentrate on their handler by making correct choices. This is done rewarding good behaviour and clearly communicating to the dog what behaviours we want and do not want. Dogs learn good behaviour brings rewards and that there are consequences for bad behaviour.
Our new training facility in Langley, BC is located in South Langley near Campbell Valley Park. This beautiful facility was built specifically for training dogs. It features 2800 square feet of training space and is heated, fully matted, and mirrored. It also boasts a large, fully fenced outdoor space.
The Vancouver dog training facility features 1,500 square feet of indoor training space and plenty of free parking. It is conveniently located just south of Oak Street Bridge and is an easy 20 minute drive from White Rock/South Surrey.
Dog and puppy obedience classes are held at both our Vancouver and Langley, BC facilities and cater to dog and puppy owners from Vancouver, Surrey, Maple Ridge, Abbotsford, Coquitlam and Washington State.
Our classes are all taught by dog obedience trainers who have achieved a minimum of a OTCh (Obedience Trial Champion) title on their dog(s), which means they have put their training to the test before their peers and have been judged against stringent standards set out by the Canadian Kennel Club.
Puppy Kindergarten starting Tuesday, October 2 at 7:00PM in Langley ($175 plus GST)
Beginner Obedience starting Thursday, October 18 at 8:00PM in Langley ($175 plus GST)
Puppy Kindergarten starting Saturday, October 13 at 10:00AM in Vancouver ($175 plus GST)
Beginner Obedience starting Saturday, October 13 at 12:00PM in Vancouver ($175 plus GST)
Canine Good Neighbour is a follow up to Beginner Class Obedience. The focus of this class is the 12 exercises that make up the Canine Good Neighbour test. Handlers will be taught skills necessary to get through the CGN test smoothly and dogs will learn ow to quickly and accurately perform the necessary requirements. Canine Good Neighbour is taught at the Langley location.
Rally Obedience is a wonderful way to have fun with your dog and build a relationship though continued training. This fast-paced, fun class will teach your dog the body awareness and skills required for a flawless Rally Obedience round. Rally Obedience class is taught at the Vancouver and Langley locations.
Reactive Dog class is for dogs whose behaviour problems may prevent them from attending a regular group training class. Your dog will learn self control, how to walk politely at your side ignoring other dogs you pass on the street, and how to feel more comfortable around other dogs or people.
Canine Good Neighour Exam Sunday, August 26 in Vancouver. The purpose of the Canine Good Neighbour Program test is to ensure that one of our most favoured companions, the dog, is accepted as a valued member of the community. Canine Good Neighbours can be counted on to present good manners at home, in public places and in the presence of other dogs. Contact Keltie for more info or if you would like to enter your dog.