Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Dogs run off leash with no food or toys as incentives, and the handler can touch neither dog nor obstacles.
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Basic Obedience

Teaching your dog basic obedience is also a necessity. While an obedient dog is a pleasure to be around, the opposite is also true.
At the basic level of obedience your dog should learn to respond to the following commands:

  • Sit. This basic command helps you to keep control of your dog no matter the situation, and is a good command to teach first.
  • Leave it.   Simply put, the leave it command allows you to keep your dog away from something that you do not want your dog to get. (This could save your dog from harm if it ever picks up something dangerous or toxic.)
  • Heel. Teaches your dog to stay close to you as you walk, with or without a lead.
  • Come. Teaches your dog to immediately come to you upon your command. You should begin to teach this command to your puppy as soon as it recognizes its name. This command could potentially help you protect your puppy from harm.
  • Down. Teaches your dog to lay with his elbows on the ground.

Disc dog

Disc dog (commonly called Frisbee dog) is a dog sport. In discdog competitions, dogs and their human flying disc throwers compete in events such as distance catching and somewhat choreographed freestyle catching. The sport celebrates the bond between handler and dog, by allowing them to work together.

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Fitness training benefits an animal’s overall health and athletic performance. Cross training Fitness components include; balance and core stability, strength training, body awareness and flexibility. Each of these components can be targeted through a yoga program or a circuit training set up!

Rally obedience

Rally Obedience can be described as obedience exercises performed in a sequence format, with the emphasis on an upbeat relationship between handler and dog. It is made up of a compilation of many of the traditional obedience exercises, including heeling, sit, down, stand, and stay.


Trick training is lots of fun for the person and the dog. Trick training is a combination of capturing, shaping or luring desired behaviors through positive reinforcement, then marking that behaviour with a que word.

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Agility Monday Superpoof Dog training
Wednesday In-sync Dog training
Saturday Pawsome Connection
Sunday Superpoof Dog training

Advanced Obedience Thursday Revolution Animal Behaviour

Basic Obedience Monday Superpoof Dog training
Tuesdays Pawsome Connections
Sunday Superpoof Dog training

Disc Monday Superpoof Dog training

Fitness Monday Sit Stay Squat

Rally Obedience Friday Caninstiens Dog Training

Tricks Monday Superpoof Dog training
Sunday Superpoof Dog training

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