Providing quality training with state-of-the-art equipment

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Facility Rental

Come have fun with your dog!

Benefits of early training!

Indoor heated facility

Agility equipment

Obedience equipment

Large training area

Seminars

Trials

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Benefits of early training!

Come have fun with your dog!

Benefits of early training!

-Build your dogs confidence.

-Create a well balanced puppy.

-Build your relationship with your   dog.

-Build your dogs self-control and focus.

-Utilize early learning and learn proper socialization.

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Come have fun with your dog!

Come have fun with your dog!

Come have fun with your dog!

Come have fun with your dog in our friendly and clean facility.  We train pet and performance dogs. Competitive prices, classes available during the day, evening and or weekends.  Hourly and monthly slots available. 

Our Instructors

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Julie Connor

Started training and competing in agility since 2005.
Graduated from K9 Concepts' Professional Dog Trainer's Course in 2011.
Training and competing in sport detection since 2012. Titled Remix with "special" designation in the started level and advanced in the same trial.
Training and competing in dock diving since 2012. Qualified and competed in the Dockdogs World Championships in 2014 and 2015.
Have also trained and competed in:
Ratting, Disc, bikejoring/scootering/sledding, flyball)
Participated in the President's Choice Superdogs show's in 2009 & 2010, and in 2013 & 2014.
Certified as a Rats! Canada judge since the organization's beginning in Spring 2015.

 

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Linda Howie

  

Hi! I have been doing agility since 1997! I’ve trained with a number of people including Lucie Dessureault, Tiffany Salmon, Janet Lundy, and Gail Docherty.

I have also learned a great deal from many seminars that I have attended and that I have organized. Jessica Martin, Teri O’Neill, Aaron Froude, Janet Lundy and Fred Waters being the most recent. As well as training with excellent instructors and participating in seminars, I bring 35 plus years of education experience to my classes. In retiring from teaching children I am now enjoying teaching dogs and their handlers! My classes are based on positive training for the dogs and the handlers. Handlers need to know what they are doing really well in addition to looking for areas to improve. 

In a beginner class we will go step by step through foundation training such as shadow handling, working on getting your dog to connect with you, follow your hands, sending to a target, beginning work on jumps and tunnels. We will prepare for contact work using planks and 2 on 2 off. Timing and consistency of rewards is a very important beginning skill. 

As a handler and dog progress to beginner 2, prestarter and starter, we will work on training jumps with turns and crosses, (front cross, post turn, rear cross, back of the jump, tandem turn and blind cross.) Weaves are started with channel weaves using a One Mind Dog system. More difficult tunnel work such as going to the non obvious entrance of the tunnel (threadle) and blind tunnels will be taught in a gradual progression. Emphasis continues to be communicating and connecting with your dog.  and setting the line for your dog. Even new dogs can learn the beginnings of more complex skills with foundation games. 


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Marie Nadeau (Day time)

 Marie has been involved in the dog sport world since 1986 when she began competing in obedience with her first golden retriever.  Her love of obedience lead her to start as an assistant trainer in 1990 under a well renowned trainer and has since kept up with current and more modern approach to teaching dogs to be obedient. With over 30 years experience, Marie uses a wide variety of training methods, incorporating positive reinforcement, fun and enthusiasm in her classes.  She also ensures that she adapts her approach to each individual dog and owner.

Marie obtained obedience trial championships on her dogs and has also earned titles in rally obedience, hunt tests, agility, scent detection, dock diving to name a few.  Marie is also involved with pet therapy work and can assist owners in learning the skills required to become therapy dogs. 

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Joanna Hoskins, CDT

Crystal Sainthill, CDT

Crystal Sainthill, CDT

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Crystal Sainthill, CDT

Crystal Sainthill, CDT

Crystal Sainthill, CDT

NOW AVAILABLE! EM TICK COLLARS (Made by Canine Mojo)

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How it works!

Information on the EM Ceramic pipes for tick control.

WHAT IS EM™?

EM® stands for Effective Microorganisms®, a brand name referring to a family of microbial-based products using a technology developed by Japanese scientist Dr. Teruo Higa. The main product, EM·1®, is a liquid bacterial product comprising three groups of microbes: Yeast, Photosynthetic Bacteria, and Lactic Acid Bacteria. EM·1® works together with local and native beneficial microbes, creating a synergy among microorganisms and larger forms of life including insects and worms, pets and livestock, and people. All products using EM Technology®contain EM·1® in some part of their manufacturing process.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

EM™ (Effective Microorganism) ceramics emit far infrared waves, the longest rays in the light spectrum. This wavelength is highly compatible with human and animal tissue. The body can absorb them easily at depths up to 3 inches, where they can do lots of good work. Far Infrared waves remove blood cell clusters which improves blood circulation. Because the infrared rays penetrate the tissue, they work deep into body tissue, not just on the surface of the skin.

This improved and balanced environment in your dog (created by EM) can help keep ticks from attaching to your dog.

EM™ ceramics are made by fermenting a special clay with approximately 80 different microorganisms (EM) and then baked. The pipes are baked at 1200 C, due to the fact that in the baking process the structure of the clay changes, trapping the EM within its matrix. As a result, these EM pipes exert their influence purely through their physical properties and remain effective for a long time.

An EM™ Tick Collar can be as effective as any tick repellent found on the market, but without side effects. That makes it also safe for dogs with allergies and sensitivities. However, there is no 100% guarantee EM collars nor any other tick product will keep ticks off of our furry friends!

Nevertheless, the best prevention is to avoid known tick areas, and checking your dog AND yourself for ticks after every nature walk.

EM ceramics are safe if you have children in your household. (although, don't let the kids nor dogs eat them!)

Please note that this product does not come with a guarantee of its effectiveness. It is a natural product that uses no chemicals. Tick populations and activity vary according to region and season.      

Pricing 

SMALL $30.00

MEDIUM $35.00

LARGE $40.00                                                                                                                            

k9 sports centre waiver

 

I acknowledge that there is an element of risk in participating in any even at a dog training facility.  

K9 Sports Centre, it’s owners, the building owners and their affiliates will NOT be held responsible for any loss, damages, injury or theft to myself, my dog(s) or any of my property.  

I agree to be responsible for any cost incurred to the K9 Sports Centre for any property damages due to the actions of myself or my dog(s).  

To the best of my knowledge, I certify that my  dog(s) is in good health and of good temperament.  I agree to provide up to date vaccination records for my dog(s).


 PAYMENT, REFUND 

– Payments are due one week prior to class start.
-No refunds will be given for any class.
-No make up classes will be allocated due to the owner unavailability.

CANCELLATIONS DUE TO WEATHER

- Emails will be sent out in the afternoon prior to evening classes
-We will also post on social media re cancellation