Dogs on a sit-stay in an Emerald Dog Obedience Club training class

Emerald Dog Obedience Club dogs on a Sit-Stay

Training Classes...

EDOC offers a variety of classes. All Classes have limited Enrollment.

Family Dog Classes

Classes are offered as instructors become available.  Contact us if you have interest in a class not on the schedule.

Click on the links below for Class details and Registration forms

Puppy

 

Puppy class is designed to start your puppy off on the right foot towards having good manners and being a happy family member. Socialization with other people and dogs as well as learning some basic obedience are goals of this class. You will be introduced to techniques for teaching basic manners such as sitting, lying down, coming when called and walking on a leash. These skills will be taught using food based positive reinforcement. Other topics included will be housebreaking, grooming and nutrition.

Puppies need to be at least 8 weeks old and have their shots up-to-date as recommended by your Veterinarian. Large breed puppies up to 20 weeks and small breed puppies up to 1 year old can benefit from this class.

Very young puppies are at risk of communicable diseases; please consult our veterinarian about your puppy's needs in this setting.


Note
: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

Classes will be taught observing social distancing. Masks MUST be worn. If you don't have one, one will be provided at the first class. EDOC is not liable for any human or canine illness of any kind.

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Beyond Puppy Class

 

This  class is designed to continue where puppy class left off.  We will practice all the skills you learned in puppy class, from sits and downs to walking on a leash, and also learn to wait longer in a position before being released.  We will practice recalls, and sit for a friendly stranger without moving.  This class will further your communication with your dog and get you both ready to go on to more advanced training classes.

Prerequisite:  Must have taken a puppy class somewhere.


Note
: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Puppy Control Unleashed

 

The Puppy Control Unleashed class is designed to fine-tune and expand a positive training relationship between puppies six to twelve months old and their people.

Lessons will focus on how to get and keep your pup's happy attention when you need it; how to teach confident stays in the face of distractions; and how to get loose-leash walking with distractions. Puppies should be comfortable in a crate and used to receiving food and/or play rewards in training. Owners need to be willing to learn to use a clicker and rewards in training.

Instructor: Kathleen Monji. Before her semi-retirement to teaching only dog sports, Kathleen was certified as a dog training instructor by the national Association of Pet Dog Trainers. She has taught many canine behavior modification classes as well as large numbers of puppy and manners classes. Her own dogs have succeeded at advanced levels of competition in dog sports.


Note
: Maximum number of participants five (5) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Basic 1 Obedience

Basic 1 class Obedience class is for dogs who are 6 months of age and older. In this class you will learn walking on a loose leash and coming back when called, sit, stand, down, handling, focus & attention and working around distractions. There will be daily training for you to practice outside of class.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class.
Classes are 45-minutes long each week for six 6 weeks.

Classes will be taught observing social distancing. MASKS MUST BE WORN. Emerald Dog Obedience Club (EDOC) is not liable for any human or canine illness of any kind.

 

What to bring to the Family Dog Basic 1 class:

  • 6-foot leash
  • Collar
  • Treats - very small, tasty, (not kibble)
  • Treat bag
  • Poop bags
  • Vaccine records - please provide a COPY showing your dog is current for the DHPP series and Rabies vaccines.

Note: some of our exercises will include walking/running backward, so please wear appropriate footwear (save your flip flops and open-backed shoes for a different time).

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Positive Reinforcement Basic I Obedience

 

Learn how to train your dog to perform the behaviors you want using positive reinforcement.  This class will cover the basics: sit, down, place (go to your bed or other spot), stay, come and more.  We'll start the process of loose-leash walking and cover some handling skills for basic husbandry.  We'll also work on some impulse-control exercises. This class is a great place to practice in a novel, high-distraction environment even if your dog already performs most of these skills at home. This class will be taught using a clicker and positive reinforcement techniques.

 

Evening class taught by: Aaron Otterstetter, maximum participants five (5) per class
Classes are 6 weeks

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Basic II / CGC Preparation

 

This class is for dogs who successfully complete the Basic I class and want to continue improving skills. Continued practice in walking on a loose leash, coming when called, sit, down, stand and stay are the core skills of this class.

Dogs will practice leaving tempting distractions, stay with a friendly stranger while handler goes out of sight, become comfortable with another person handling his or her body as occurs with a vet or groomer.

EDOC will offer an AKC Canine Good Citizen test on the 7th week of this class for those who would like to earn their CGC certificate.


Note: Maximum number of participants
ten (10) per class. Classes are seven (7) weeks

 

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Family Dog Basic I class

The Family Dog Basic 1 Obedience class is for dogs who are 6 months of age and older. Much attention will be on understanding pack dynamics and your role as the leader. In this class you will learn walking on a loose leash and coming back when called, sit, stand, down, handling, focus & attention, and working around distractions. There will be daily training for you to practice outside of class.


Classes are taught by TR Pagel, Professional Trainer. Her training philosophy: A small step of success is better than a big step of failure. We look for ways to reward your dog for small successes to build a solid foundation for the future. We look for ways to reward your dog for small successes to build a solid foundation for the future.


Note: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class.
Classes are 45-minutes long each week for six 6 weeks

Classes will be taught observing social distancing. MASKS MUST BE WORN. Emerald Dog Obedience Club (EDOC) is not liable for any human or canine illness of any kind.

 

What to bring to class:

  • 4-foot leash (no retractable)
  • Martingale or a flat collars (all fabric, no chain)
  • Regular Collar
  • Small mat for your dog to lie on
  • Treats - very small, tasty, (not kibble) (avoid sugar, coloring, nitrites, other unhealthy ingredients)
  • Treat bag
  • Poop bags
  • Vaccine records - please provide a COPY showing your dog is current for the DHPP series and Rabies vaccines.
  • No dogs in heat please.
  • Mask (required by State of Oregon)

Note: some of our exercises will include walking/running backward, so please wear appropriate footwear (save your flip flops and open-backed shoes for a different time).

Beginning Scent Work

 

Scent Work is a fun activity for you and your dog. All dogs are welcome, old dogs, young dogs, dogs with handicaps. You may train to enter trials to earn titles or train just to have fun with your dog.

You will learn what Scent Work is, how to get started and how to build interest for your dog using boxes. Scent work does not require previous training, stimulates and mentally challenges your dog, it can be done anywhere and anytime, great activity for dogs that are not able to run around, great for handlers that may be mobility challenged, exciting to watch your dog use his natural abilities, builds your dog's confidence as they always succeed, minimal to no interaction with other dogs or people, no expensive equipment needed.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are four (4) weeks, 45 minute long.


Intermediate Scent Work

 

This class builds on skills learned at the beginning level. You will learn about finding odor and your dog indicating that they have found it.

Prerequisite for this class: is completion of a previous Scent Work class.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are four (4) weeks, 45 minute long.

 

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Beginner Rally

 

Rally is an AKC sport in which the dog and handler move together through a course of 10-20 stations.  Each station has a sign indicating the obedience skill to be performed.  You and your dog will learn the skills needed to complete a Novice Rally course.   At the completion of this class you will have the option of participating in Virtual Rally Novice titling sessions.

Maximum participants: 8

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only the handler will be allowed to accompany the dog.

 

Rally Foundations Class

 

Reggis, a French Bulldog competing in a Rally trial

Rally is a sport in which the dog and handler move together through a course of 10-20 stations.  Each station has a sign indicating the obedience skill to be performed.  This class uses positive, reward-bases training and will teach you how to train your dog in new skills for this fun sport, building confidence and teamwork between you and your dog.  We will focus on attention building games as well as specific foundation skills needed for successful rally competition.

Note: This class is not course-based, but rather focuses on the foundation skills needed to execute signs.  It is ideal for teams just starting out in Rally, or for teams who haven't been as successful as they would like and for handlers who need a better understanding of foundation skills.


Note: This class is not course-based, but rather focuses on the foundation skills needed to execute signs.  It is ideal for teams just starting out in Rally, or for teams who haven't been as successful as they would like and for handlers who need a better understanding of foundation skills.


Prerequisites: Dogs should willingly respond to being asked to sit, down, stay and will walk with you on a loose leash. Your dog needs to be comfortable around other dogs and people.


Note: Maximum number of participants
eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks


Image on the Left: French Bulldog, Reggie competing in Rally

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Rally Advanced

 

The Rally class prepares the dog and handler to compete in AKC Rally. There are levels of titling, Rally Novice, Rally Intermediate, Rally Advanced, Rally Excellent and Rally Master. Rally involves a course of designated stations. Each station has a sign providing instructions regarding the skill that is to be performed. The skills are heeling, sits, downs, brief stays, assorted variations of left, right, and about turns.

Rally competition does stress teamwork between the dog and handler. Unlike Obedience, the handler may assist the dog with unlimited communication.

It is recommended dogs enrolling in this class have training in obedience skills; willingly responds to being asked to sit, down, stay and will walk with you on a loose leash.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

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Competition Obedience Classes

Click on the links below for Class details and Registration forms

Competition Beginning Novice

The Pre-Novice Competition class is designed to teach the dog and handler the skills needed to qualify for the AKC Beginning Novice Dog (BN) title. Dogs at or over 6 months of age work on the basic heel on a leash, sit for examination, sit stay-walk around the ring, basic short recall. This class emphasizes teaching the dog focused attention using positive and traditional training methods.

Prerequisite: Must have completed Basic 1 obedience or can demonstrate to instructor knowledge of basic skills.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks.

 

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Novice Competition

 

Nola and her dog Taff competing for their new Obedience title

 

The Novice Competition class is designed to teach the dog and handler the skills needed to qualify for the AKC Companion Dog (CD) title. Dogs at or over 6 months of age work on the skills of recall, heel on a loose leash and heeling off leash, stand for examination, sit and down stays. This class emphasizes teaching the dog focused attention using positive and traditional training methods.

This class will continue into exercises for the Open title. This class will be taught using positive and triditional training methods.

This class is ongoing with dogs at various skill levels. Permission of the instructor is required to join this class.


Note: Maximum number of participants
eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Competition Foundations/Fenzi TEAM 1

 

This class is appropriate for anyone interested in Fenzi TEAM titles, but the exercises are designed to introduce dogs and handlers to the basics of competition obedience, including AKC obedience and rally. In this class we will work on Fenzi TEAM 1 exercises which include: stationary heeling (pivots) with a platform; finding fronts and heel position with a platform, position changes on a platform, sending to a touch target, going around an object from a short distance, scent discrimination (without retrieve), stays with distractions, and backing up. All exercises will be taught using positive reinforcement methods.



Prerequisites: Dogs should know basic cues such as sit and down and be able to work in an environment with other dogs. We will use props (platforms and discs) and students must bring their own props (I will send a handout to registered students with a list of props to bring to the first class).

Note: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class.

 

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Competition Novice Obedience

Nola and her dog Taff competing for their new Obedience title

 

This class is for handler and dog teams that are looking to further their foundation skills and learn the needed exercises to compete at the novice obedience level in AKC.

The class will teach the complicated, but fun skills needed to have beautiful heeling by breaking the pattern down into the static components and the moving components. The class will teach teams how to create fast straight recalls, fronts and finishes. The class will work on the stationary exercises – stand for exam and sit / down stays.

The emphasis in teaching all the above skills will be trained by using positive reinforcement to capture the wanted dog behaviors through shaping or luring. Handler and dog teams will learn how to use toy and food rewards to mark the wanted behaviors, work on impulse control, and have fun with their dog. This is a 6 week class, but the above concepts do take many months to learn.

This is a competition class. As such, it is expected that the dogs can work calmly in the proximity of other dogs and handlers and wait quietly in crates when necessary. It is not appropriate for reactive, fearful or overly vocal  or distracted dogs.

Prerequisites: Handler and dog teams must have good mat or crate behaviors, i.e. your dog can quietly wait for it’s turn in the building or if your dog is vocal – crating in the car between turns may be more appropriate.

Image on the Left: Taff, an Australian Shepherd

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Open Obedience

 

Nola's dog parker with his new CDX title.


The Open competition class continues the dog and handlers education toward qualifying for the AKC Companion Dog Excellent (CDX) title.

In addition to the skills needed for the Novice Class, the down on recall, retrieve on the flat and over the high jump and command discrimination plus broad jump, are taught.

Dogs will be at various levels in the training of each exercise so instruction is tailored accordingly.

This class will be taught using traditional methods.

Image on the Left: Parker, new CDX


Note: Maximum number of participants
six (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

Instructors permission required

 

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Utility

 

The Utility competition class continues the dog and handlers education toward qualifying for the AKC Utility Dog (UD) title.

New skills added include signals, go-outs, directed jumping, directed retrieve and Scent Discrimination.

Dogs will be at various levels in the training of each exercise so instruction is tailored accordingly. Permission of the instructor is required to join this class.

This class will be taught using traditional methods.

Note: Maximum number of participants sixt (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

Instructors permission required

 

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Rally Foundations Class

 

Reggis, a French Bulldog competing in a Rally trial

Rally is a sport in which the dog and handler move together through a course of 10-20 stations.  Each station has a sign indicating the obedience skill to be performed.  This class uses positive, reward-bases training and will teach you how to train your dog in new skills for this fun sport, building confidence and teamwork between you and your dog.  We will focus on attention building games as well as specific foundation skills needed for successful rally competition.

Note: This class is not course-based, but rather focuses on the foundation skills needed to execute signs.  It is ideal for teams just starting out in Rally, or for teams who haven't been as successful as they would like and for handlers who need a better understanding of foundation skills.

Prerequisites: Dogs should willingly respond to being asked to sit, down, stay and will walk with you on a loose leash. Your dog needs to be comfortable around other dogs and people.


Note: Maximum number of participants
eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

Image on the Left: French Bulldog, Reggie competing in Rally

 

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Rally Advanced

 

The Rally class prepares the dog and handler to compete in AKC Rally. There are levels of titling, Rally Novice, Rally Intermediate, Rally Advanced, Rally Excellent and Rally Master. Rally involves a course of designated stations. Each station has a sign providing instructions regarding the skill that is to be performed. The skills are heeling, sits, downs, brief stays, assorted variations of left, right, and about turns.

Rally competition does stress teamwork between the dog and handler. Unlike Obedience, the handler may assist the dog with unlimited communication.

It is recommended dogs enrolling in this class have training in obedience skills; willingly responds to being asked to sit, down, stay and will walk with you on a loose leash.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

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Conformation Handling Class

Booker, a Boxer owned by Charlene George winning the International All Breed Canine Association Conformation Trial

 

EDOC's conformation class is open on a drop in basis on the day and time listed in the current class schedule.

This class is for handlers wanting to brush up on handling skills for the conformation show ring.

Class Date and Time: Ongoing - Tuesdays from 10:00am to 11:00am
Instructor: Jan Bradfelt

 

image to the left: Booker, a Boxer - owned by Charlene George

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Training Foundations

 

A dog that likes training is easier to train. There are a lot ways to train a dog and this class will cover various motivational methods. We will use Clicker/Marker training to teach shaping,luring and capturing. We will learn how to apply clicker training to teach leash skills and how to incorporate play into our training to further motivate our dog to engage with us, giving us more rewards to choose from. The more tools in your toolbox the more options you will have to teach your dog the skills they need to live with us. Build the foundation for engagement in your dog!

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Crate to Gate

This class will help students come up with a warmup routine to best prepare their dogs to perform in the show ring.  We will focus on Attention exercises, working through distractions and a predictable warm up pattern that can help the dog get ready to show. This class is appropriate for dogs who are getting ready to show in Rally or Obedience, or for dogs who are already competing.  It is assumed that the dogs in this class can work comfortably around other dogs and can wait calmly in a crate during discussions while waiting to work.

Note: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Reducing Reinforcement!

This  fun, but challenging class is for teams getting ready to compete in Obedience or Rally. Handlers will learn a systematic, fair method of reducing primary reinforcement in preparation for Obedience or Rally competition. Dogs will learn that working to criteria is the key to earning reinforcement.  Handlers and dogs will gain confidence in their training which will carry over to their ring performance.

We will also work on attention, working through distractions and waiting quietly. Be ready to work hard and tax your brain during this session!

It is assumed that dogs in this class can work comfortably in the presence of other dogs/handlers and be quiet in their crates while waiting their turn.  Teams do not have to be ring ready, but to fully maximize your experience in this class, dogs should have a number of behaviors they can perform confidently in multiple locations.

Note: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Distractions And Other Important Pieces for Obedience Competition Dogs

In this class we will strengthen behaviors needed for competition. Hopefully dog shows are just around the corner and we have a few months to get everything tuned up for a successful show season.   This will include distraction training, what to do when things don't go well, how to improve the overall quality of your training, Join us for this trainer's bootcamp! You and your dog will be challenged while having a lot of fun.

Dogs in this class MUST be able to work around other dogs and wait quietly for their turn.  If you have questions please email Kathy Sugitani at agilk9@gmail.com

Note: Maximum number of participants six (6) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

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Parker and his handler competing in tha canine tracking trial.

Parker on the Third Corner

Tracking

 

EDOC’s tracking class is only offered in the fall and winter. There are 2 – 6 week sessions that prepares dogs and handlers for certification for the AKC Tracking Dog Test.

Session 1

We will start the dogs on asphalt and build a scenting foundation based on hard surface tracking, short grass tracking and transitions from hard surface to grass. Corners will be in grass. Article indication will be a fun game.  The foundation should help the dog understand scent whether the team’s goal is to work toward a TD (Tracking Dog) or a TDU (Tracking Dog Urban) title or just see what your dog can do with his nose in a “search and rescue” type game. This is a basic course. No experience is necessary. Only a leash and collar are needed for your dog for the first lesson, although a harness is fine if you have it.  Bring a positive attitude and a willingness to be out in all kinds of weather! 

6 lessons.  
Class Limit - 4
Masks Required

Class Dates: 2020 - Nov 15, Nov 22 (OFF Nov 29) Dec 6, Dec 13, Dec 20, (Off Dec 27 and Jan 3) and Jan 10, 2021.

The fee is $150.


Session 2

We will move to a grass field and work on TD skills.  We’ll start with basics to get the dogs going in a new location. Each team will progress at their own pace and receive individual attention.  We will work on aging the track and building distance. We will work toward multiple corners from a strong start with a readable article indication at the end of the track.  Handlers will be coached in line handling and the basic tracking tenants of when to: 
a) stand still; 
b) move forward;
c) back up. 

Prerequisite:  Session 1 or previous experience.  

6 lessons.
Class Limit 4
Masks Required

Class Dates: 2021 - Jan 17, Jan 24, (Off Jan 31) Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21 and Feb 28.

The fee is $150.


Recommended Reading prior to class any of the following

William Sander's "Enthusiastic Tracking.
Glen Johnson "Tracking Dog";
Sandy Ganz & Susan Boyd "Tracking from the Ground Up"
Judy Adler "The Audible Nose"

 

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The Importance of Positive Training in Canine Performance Sports

 

Ever wondered why some trainers seem to get their dogs to learn performance sports (agility, rally, etch) at a magically fast rate,  while you have tried and had limited success?    

This four week class will help novice trainers learn the basic process of operant conditioning/training – including ways to get comfortable with the process,  simple strategies for starting the training process with your dog, how to determine when to "capture" and when to "shape" behaviors, and how to get help when you and your dog get stuck in the training process.

Four Week Class and a Prerequisite for "Foundations for Canine Performance Sports Class" 

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are four (4) weeks

 

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Foundations for Canine Performance Sports

 

Getting involved in Canine Sports (Obedience, Rally, Agility, Field) can be a life-long hobby and rewarding activity for you AND your dog; but without foundation skills, the training process can become tedious, frustrating, and sometimes stop your careers before they even get started.   

This session will focus on the basic skills that can make involvement in your sport of choice move along much more quickly!

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks
(Must have attended "The Importance of Positive Training in Canine Performance Sports"

 

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Training Foundations

 

A dog that likes training is easier to train. There are a lot ways to train a dog and this class will cover various motivational methods. We will use Clicker/Marker training to teach shaping, luring and capturing. We will learn how to apply clicker training to teach leash skills and how to incorporate play into our training to further motivate our dog to engage with us, giving us more rewards to choose from. The more tools in your toolbox the more options you will have to teach your dog the skills they need to live with us. Build the foundation for engagement in your dog!

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Distractions for Competition Dogs

 

Competition dogs have to perform exercises with a huge variety of distractions. In this class we will work with a variety of challenges so your dog can learn how to work through them. Using positive reinforcement, we will not be correcting dogs for making mistakes, but rather rewarding them for making correct choices and thereby building the both dog and handler's confidence and skill level.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Trick Dog Class

 

This class is for all dogs and handlers interested in training for the new AKC title of Trick Dog or anyone that just wants to learn some fun tricks with their dog.   If your dog has their CGC, then they are already partly there and only need to learn 5 more tricks to earn their Novice Trick Dog Title.  

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Scent Work

 

Scent Work is a fun activity for you and your dog. All dogs are welcome, old dogs, young dogs, dogs with handicaps. You may train to enter trials to earn titles or train just to have fun with your dog.

Your dog will learn to locate odors and communicate to you that he has found it. Scent work does not require previous training, stimulates and mentally challenges your dog, it can be done anywhere and anytime, great activity for dogs that are not able to run around, great for handlers that may be mobility challenged, exciting to watch your dog use his natural abilities, builds your dog's confidence as they always succeed, minimal to no interaction with other dogs or people, no expensive equipment needed.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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Agility Foundations Class

 

This class will focus on beginning basic agility skills for both dogs and handlers, using a clicker to train the behaviors where appropriate. The skills in many cases are useful or adaptable for obedience and rally obedience. It would be good to consider this a survey course, as mastering the skills necessary for successful competition takes quite a bit longer than six weeks. Participants should bring a clicker, a hungry dog and more small-sized, high-value treats than they believe they could possibly use.

Note: Maximum number of participants eight (8) per class. Classes are six (6) weeks

 

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EDOC Class Schedule

All EDOC classes are $120 and are 6 weeks long unless otherwise noted in the class details.
Classes are offered as instructors become available.  Contact us if you have interest in a class not on the schedule.

Classes will be taught observing social distancing. Masks MUST be worn. If you don't have one, one will be provided at the first class. EDOC is not liable for any human or canine illness of any kind.

Monday

Competition Novice Obedience

Start Date: 11/16/20
Time:
6:00 PM
Instructor:
Nancy Ryan

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Distractions And Other Important Pieces for Obedience Competition Dogs

Start Date: 11/9/20
Time:
12:30 PM
Instructor:
Kathy Sugitani

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This class is full

Tuesday

Conformation Handling

Start Date: Ongoing
Time:
10:00 - 11:00 AM
Instructor:
Jan Bradfeldt
Drop-in:
$10 a class
jbradfeldt@aol.com

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Basic I Obedience

Start Date: 10/27/2020
Time:
5:30 PM
Instructor:
Jill Jones

Maximum participants: 8
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only the handler will be allowed to accompany the dog.

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This class is full

Wednesday

Open Obedience

Start Date: 11/4/20
Time:
10:00 - 11:00 AM
Instructor:
Sally Diess
Maximum participants: 6

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Utility

Start Date: 11/4/20
Time:
11:00 AM - 12:00PM
Instructor:
Sally Diess
Maximum participants: 6

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Puppy Class

Start Date: 9/30/2020
Time:
6:00 PM
Instructor:
Jane Murphy
Maximum number of students: 6

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This Class is Full

Thursday

Beginning Scent Work

Start Date: 1/7/21
Time:
5:30 PM
Instructor:
Melody Fair

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Intermediate Scent Work

Start Date: 1/7/21
Time:
6:30 PM
Instructor:
Melody Fair

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Saturday

Novice Rally Drop-in

Start Date: Ongoing (first class 1/9/21)
Time:
10:30 AM
Instructor:
Jane Murphy

No registration required.  Just show up and have fun doing Rally.
Members - $5
Non-members - $10

Puppy Class

Start Date: 11/7/2020
Time:
9:15 AM
Instructor:
Charlene George
Maximum number of students: 6

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Family Dog Basic I class

Start Date: 1/16/21
Time:
12:30 AM
Instructor:
TR Pagel
Maximum number of students: 8

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Agility Foundations

Start Date: 1/9/21
Time:
2:00pm
Instructor:
Joanne Oakes
Maximum number of students: 5

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Sunday

Tracking Class - Session 1

Class Dates: 2020 - Nov 15, Nov 22 (OFF Nov 29) Dec 6, Dec 13, Dec 20, (Off Dec 27 and Jan 3) and Jan 10, 2021
Time:
9:00AM
Instructor:
Judy Stromquist
Maximum number of students: 4
Masks Required

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Tracking Class - Session 2

Class Dates: 2021 - Jan 17, Jan 24, (Off Jan 31) Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21 and Feb 28.
Time:
9:00AM
Instructors:
Judy Stromquist
Maximum number of students: 4
Masks Required

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Unless otherwise noted training classes as held at:
1000 Obie Street
Eugene, OR 97402

541-484-4661