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OBEDIENCE

Requirements

Training Times and Location

How to Join

National Rules

Redlands Dog Obedience Club teaches you the fundamentals of dog obedience. Whether you are looking to train your companion to be better behaved or to compete in the ring we can provide training, assistance and support. We are a community run organisation bringing together like minded people who want to have fun with their dogs and give back to the community. We focus on helping people understand what it means to be a responsible dog owner through competitive and non-competitive activities.

Obedience is driven by creating a strong bond between you and your dog. We train this through standard obedience techniques, positive reinforcement and games.

Training Classes Provided at RDOC

obedience dog following commands after taking class 4 obedience classes dog looking at handlerClass 5 - Support for Triallers. You can learn more about trialling here

obedience dog following commands after taking class 4 obedience classes dog looking at handlerClass 4 - On/off lead heeling must be precise, general fine tuning of all exercises, signal/voice only commands, full distance recalls, off lead sit stay and down stay, dumbell and retrieving work, change of position, introduce broad jump, introduce solid jump.

obedience dog following commands after taking class 3 obedience classesClass 3 - All heeling must be more precise with better voice control (getting ready for off lead work), fast pace, longer stays, recall off lead, finish of recall, figure of eight, introduce retrieve (hold/give and heeling, optional).

obedience dog following commands after taking class 2 obedience classesClass 1A/Class 2 This class builds on what you have learnt in puppy prep or class 1. Some dogs will go from puppy prep to class 2 but most will advance through our class 1 Advanced. C1A will build on the stationary commands and heelwork. Class 2 focusses on relationship building and steadiness.

obedience dog looking at handler well trained after taking basic level obedience classesClass 1, This class is all about focus and fun. Creating a great relationship with your dog leading to more engagement and better focus. You will start to learn basic commands and heelwork. You will start in Class 1 if your dog is over 12 months old when you join the club.

obedience dog looking at handler well trained after taking basic level obedience classesPuppy Prep, This class is all about focus and fun and you will go into this class if your puppy is between 4 and 7 Months old. Creating a great relationship with your dog leading to more engagement and better focus.