OBEDIENCE & AGILITY TRAINING

Obedience Classes

Saturdays 9:00am – 10:30am
Additional Class During Daylight Savings

Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Lesson fee: $4.00*

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign in and let your dog get settled

Bathurst Showground – Kendall Avenue / Great Western Highway, Bathurst

Agility Classes

Saturdays: 9:00am – 10:30am
During Daylight Savings

Fridays 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Lesson fee: $4.00*

Please arrive 30 – 15 minutes early to sign in, get your dog settled and help set up equipment

Bathurst Showground – Kendall Avenue / Great Western Highway, Bathurst

In addition to each lesson, an affordable annual membership fee is payable when you join, and renewed on 30 June each year.

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I want to train my dog – What do I bring?

For Your Dog For You
Flat collar or combination collar Dog’s most recent vaccination papers (for 1st lesson)
Lead: webbed design is best and softest on hands Sensible casual clothing; a hat is a good idea. Enclosed footwear is essential
Water bowl Correct money for class, if possible
Favourite treats or toy as a reward during training. Written advice of any medical conditions

My female dog is in season – is it all right if I bring her to training?

Best leave her at home when she’s in season: we look forward to seeing you both three weeks afterwards!

My dog has a bit of attitude – can we still come?

Yes! – but youmust be able to keep your dog under your control. Our friendly and experienced instructors will assess your dog and make any recommendations that will help.

Why Train Your Dog?

  • To have a sociable dog you can take anywhere in different situations with confidence
  • To have control over your dog’s behaviour, especially around children and visitors
  • To curb unwanted behaviour, such as excessive barking or pulling clothes off the line
  • To stop pulling on the lead or lagging when walking
  • To have fun with your dog and meet like-minded people!

Who Can Attend?

  • Anyone who owns a dog! – from Beginner to Advanced level, no prior experience is necessary
  • Families welcomed
  • Dogs of all breeds, ages and sizes, from 12 weeks of age

DOG TRAINING – OUR PASSION!