We offer many different levels of classes from basic obedience, everyday dog manners to advance obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and more!
Learn to train your dog at a low cost with our experienced instructors.
Stop by to watch or sign up for an obedience class on any Sunday at our outdoor training facility (4375 N. Humboldt Blvd). The clubhouse is open for registration every Sunday morning during our class time from 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM (with the exception of holidays).
Beginning in November, stop by to watch or sign up for an obedience class on any Sunday at our Indoor training facility (333 N 25th Street, Milwaukee). The clubhouse is open for registration every Sunday morning during our class time from 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM (with the exception of holidays) and Wednesday evenings from 7-8 PM. This will be available during the winter season (November until April).
Call (414) 961-6163 for more information about our classes or to register for our next class.
Class Requirements (all classes)
- Dogs must be licensed.
- Dogs must be current on all rabies, distemper and parvo shots.
- Proper equipment must be used. Most items, such as leashes or training collars, can be purchased at a low cost from the club.
OBEDIENCE: Dogs 6 months or older (all breeds, including mixed breeds) are accepted.
Create a bond with your puppy while you learn how to raise a healthy, happy, well-mannered dog! Puppies must be between 8-16 weeks old when the class starts, and must have their first set of vaccinations. This class meets on Mondays.
Get more details (i.e. class description, requirements, dates & times, etc.) on our Puppy Class page.
Learn the necessary basic obedience commands and household manners.
Learn to expand on the basic commands. You will also learn off-leash heeling and the stand for exam.
Beginning Novice Class
Learn off-leash exercises and recall work. An introduction to showing your dog in obedience will be covered.
Advanced Novice Class
Learn how to fine tune your handling techniques for obedience competition.
Learn retrieving, jumping, and other advanced exercises. All work is done off-leash.
Learn hand signals, scent exercises, and various retrieving exercises. This is the most advanced level of dog obedience. All work is done off-leash.
Our new classes start soon! Call 414-961-6163 to register.
Questions about Obedience? - Contact us at email@example.com
What Does That Title Mean?
With all the Show Wins that go into our monthly newsletters, many of you may be wondering what all of these title acronyms mean. Here is a short explanation of what the obedience titles are:
Novice: The first level, Novice, results in your dog earning a Companion Dog (CD) title. The title actually describes what is expected of your dog: demonstrating the skills required of a good canine companion. The dog will have to heel both on and off leash at different speeds, come when called, stay (still and quietly!) with a group of other dogs when told, and stand for a simple physical exam.
Open: The second level, Open, results in your dog earning a Companion Dog Excellent (CDX) title. He must do many of the same exercises as in Novice, but off-leash and for longer periods. Additionally, there are jumping and retrieving tasks.
Utility: The final level results in a Utility Dog (UD) title. These are the cream of the crop. In addition to more difficult exercises, the dog also must perform scent discrimination tasks.
Other Titles: After finishing your UD, you can go on for more titles.
UDX: Utility Dogs that continue to compete and earn legs in both Open B and Utility B at 10 shows receive the title Utility Dog Excellent (UDX).
OTCh: To earn an Obedience Trial Champion title (OTCh) The dog and handler must win 100 points. To receive points, the dog must receive a 1st or 2nd place in Open or Utiliy B. Points are awarded based on place and the number of dogs competing in that class.
These titles are won through showing at American Kennel Club (AKC) obedience trials. Each exercise in each class is awarded points. You must receive 170 points or higher, out of a total of 200 points, to qualify. Each time your dog gets a qualifying score, he's gotten a "leg" toward his title. Three legs and your dog has become an Obedience-titled dog!
Read more about AKC titles and abbreviations at the American Kennel Club's website.
2020 New Class Start Dates
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