Our classes


  • Doggy Boot Camp:  A "first step" class for teaching basic manners, owner communication skills, leadership principles.  Four weeks long (once a week).  Dogs must be at least 4 months old.

  • Introduction to Agility:  A six-week (once a week) class to gently introduce dog and owner to agility equipment and fundamentals of the sport.  A confidence builder for dogs, and an opportunity to find out if you and your dog are interested in pursuing agility competition.

  • Beginning Agility: An 8-week (once a week) class to start developing proficiency on the equipment and to introduce basics of handling in competition.

  • Agility Skill Building:  Drop-in sessions where we work on specific handling maneuvers

  • Introduction to Rally Obedience:  A 4-week (once a week) exposure to what Rally is, howto read the signs, how to walk a course. Limited to 6 dog/handler teams. Your dog should be well behaved and able walk on leash; if they know heel, even better. We work a lot on “heel” in Rally.

  • Beginning Rally Obedience:  An 8-week (once a week) class in the sport of Rally Obedience (novice level)

  • Advanced Rally Obedience:  Drop-in classes teaching the Advanced level of Rally Obedience

  • Traditional Competitive Obedience: Weekly classes to prepare you for formal, traditional AKC obedience competition.

  • Canine Good Citizen Test Preparation:  A 3-session class to prepare you and your dog to take the AKC CGC Test.

  • Other classes periodically offered based on demand:  Canine Freestyle (doggy dancing), Nosework/Scent Work, Tracking, Therapy Work.



Our class schedules change throughout the year, depending on the needs of our students and availability of training areas.  To obtain a current schedule, please email scdogtrainingclub@gmail.com, OR read the latest newsletter posted on the "Latest News" page at this website.