with Susan Kindratiuk
Rally obedience (also known as Rally or Rally-O) is a dog sport based on obedience. It was originally devised by Charles L. "Bud" Kramer from the obedience practice of "doodling" - doing a variety of interesting warmup and freestyle exercises.
Unlike regular obedience, instead of waiting for the judge's orders, the competitors proceed around a course of designated stations with the dog in heel position. The course consists of 10 to 20 signs that instruct the team what to do. Unlike traditional obedience, handlers are allowed to encourage their dogs during the course.
In CKC Rally, which is open to all recognized CKC breeds and mixed breed dogs registered with a PEN (Performance Event number), the team starts with 100 points, and the judge deducts points for mistakes. After qualifying three times under two different judges, the dog earns a title, which appears after the dog's registered name. Each qualifying trial earned is known as a "leg." In additon CARO ( Candain Association of Rally Obedience) offers trials open to all dogs.
No classes scheduled
Max 6 dogs per class
Training is completed on a flat buckle collar. Lots of enthusiasm and interaction with your dog without the strict rules of obedience. A great way to build a wonderful bond with your dog or puppy. This is a fun, interactive class, focused on teaching you all of the requirements needed to compete at the Rally Novice Level.
Need to build a relationship with your dog then this is the class for you.
Available when there is sufficient interest please inquire
This class will only be offered when sufficient interest in class max 5 dogs.
Pre requisite for this class is basic obedience and Rally Novice knowledge and understanding as we will be working off lead on advanced challenges.
This class will continue on the Rally challenges integrating Advanced and Excellent signs. Each week we will work on Rally skills while also offering course practice.
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Please inquire, to be offered at request.